He's on GQ's Best Dressed Men of 2015 list, except he isn't a man.

First, best dressed list. Next, world domination.

We don’t know about you, but when a ‘Best Dressed Men’ list comes out we’re expecting a little eye candy. You know, the likes of George Clooney in an Armani suit or David Beckham rocking some Burberry.

A little something something.

So when Britain’s GQ released their 50 Best Dressed Men list for 2015, you can imagine our surprise when we see the likes of Prince George in his baby vest taking out a spot.

Price George has everyone reason to show off that cheeky grin.

Don’t get us wrong, we adore little Georgey as much as the next chubby cheek loving person. But a toddler on a Best Dressed MEN list? Maybe not.

(Emphasis on the M-E-N).

And while most men don’t dress themselves anyway, we’re sure the accolades for George’s outfit should be going to someone a little higher up. We’re looking at you, Kate Middleton.

Prince George came in at number 49 on the list, with stylist Alber Elbaz telling GQ magazine that the royal trend setter is “already following in the footsteps of his great-great-great-uncle, Edward VIII, and his grandfather, the Prince of Wales, Prince George looks set to become the UK's best-dressed man.”

Even his dad Prince William and uncle Prince Harry didn’t make the cut. We’re not sure why. Let us conveniently place this photo here.

Prince Harry and Prince William get their match on.

Two for the price of one, anyone?

Other Brits showing some serious fashion game included Benedict Cumberbatch, Romeo Beckham and Eddie Redmayne, who took out the number one spot.

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