Our neighbouring country Bhutan’s royal family is on a 4-day goodwill visit to India. Bhutan’s royal family of King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema Wangchuck, along with the crown prince, arrived yesterday and our External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was there to welcome them. However, it was the Gyalsey or the little prince Prince Jigme Namgyal Wangchuk who actually stole the show and by the looks of it had our External Affairs Minister wrapped around his little finger too. The toddler was certainly the choice of shutterbugs as he coolly stepped out and stole the family’s thunder. Even the Queen had to take a backseat in the aura of the little prince. The one-year-old prince was dressed in the traditional Bhutanese attire and looked downright adorable as he posed between his father, the King and Sushma Swaraj.Also Read - Padma Shri Award 2021: Kangana Ranaut, Karan Johar Among 119 Recipients This Year

Sushma Swaraj taught the little prince to say ‘hi’ and wave to the gathered photographers who were having a gala time looking at the little royal. The little toddler prince was quick to follow instructions and did not look scared or frightened by the mass of the people gathered around him. If the photos that have been shared on Twitter by the official handles are anything to go by then the little prince has definitely charmed his way to EAM Sushma Swaraj’s heart. Sushma Swaraj saves Naval officer and wife stuck in Yemen, but scolds him Indian mommy style! Also Read - International Flights: India Bats For Resumption of Regular Flights to Kabul at UN Meet

Check out the video of the adorable little prince below

Look at those adorable cheeks

Looks like the Bhutan’s royal family brought some happiness and pleasure to the negotiation table with their Gyalsey (Prince). The little prince will surely make a good King when his time comes, hopefully, the charm will remain intact even when he grows up. Also Read - Arunachal Pradesh MLAs Constitute Forum to Curb Indo-China Border Residents' Migration