Is there anything cuter than puppies and babies? We think not. And when it's royal dogs and little ones? Yep, even more so. The British royals have had some amazingly adorable photos taken over the years, whether those were pics with Queen Elizabeth II's famous dogs or just pics of regal little ones, including Kate Middleton and Prince William's kids -- Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis -- simply being their precocious selves. Think we're exaggerating? Take a peek at the gallery first -- and, yes, there is definitely a baby Prince Harry in the mix!
Prince George and Lupo
Baby Prince George and a cute pup? Be still, our hearts! Kate Middleton and Prince William posed for a family portrait in August 2013 with their then-newborn son and their beloved cocker spaniel, Lupo.
He already knows his angles! Just one in 1985, Harry was caught learning how to crawl at home at Kensington Palace, and the look on his face screams, "I got this, guys!"
Can you even? This loving snap was taken of William when he was just seven months old, and our hearts light up just looking at it!
Holly, Willow, Vulcan and Candy
For her first royal tour of Canada in September 2016, Charlotte, then 16 months, was gifted a balloon creation and even got to meet a dog named Moose.
Kate and William shared this very precious photo of Charlotte giving her baby brother a kiss on the forehead. The sweet snap was taken on May 2, 2018, which was the little princess' third birthday. Louis was just nine days old at the time.
On her 18th birthday, Queen Elizabeth II (then still a princess) was gifted a Pembroke Corgi, who went by Susan, or Sue. This photo was taken in May 1944, not long after the future queen's birthday the previous month.
The young prince looked like the happiest tot ever in his official first birthday portraits, giddily smiling as he stood on his mom's lap.
Let me make sure you shaved, Dad! Prince Philip and Princess Elizabeth took a family photo with their two kids, Prince Charles and Princess Anne, in August 1951. Just one at the time, Anne reached out to touch her father's face as her mom held her.
The royal family had quite a few dogs when Elizabeth and her sister, Princess Margaret, were growing up, including this Cairn terrier named Chu-Chu. Margaret held the pup, who was nearly as big as she was back in 1936, while enjoying the sunshine in the Royal Lodge at Queen Elizabeth I's Windsor residence.
Jane and Dookie
A young Elizabeth bonded with the family's two corgis at her London home in July 1936.
Happiest baby ever? The then-six-month-old was beaming while sitting in his grandmother Queen Elizabeth I's lap during the Queen Mother's 60th birthday celebrations in 1960.
Best pals! Prince Charles went fishing with his Labrador on the Balmoral Castle Estate in 1982.
Prince Andrew brought his 19-month-old daughter to visit her newborn sister, Princess Eugenie, at the Portland Hospital in London in March 1990, and Beatrice seemed to have her eye on all the commotion surrounding her!
Going home! The snoozing newborn looked quite cozy in mom Sarah, the Duchess of York's, arms as they left the hospital in 1990.
So sweet! Queen Elizabeth II gave her corgi a command while outside the George IV gateway at Windsor Castle with husband Prince Philip in June 1959. Sugar was the pup of the couple's children, Prince Charles and Princess Anne.
Beth and Bluebell
The Duchess of Cornwall is a patron of the Battersea Dog and Cats home, and she rescued two Jack Russell terriers from the organization, Beth and Bluebell. She brought the pups back for a visit to Battersea when they were three months old and nine weeks old, respectively, in December 2012.