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Chris Bosh's Son Is So Much Chiller Than Prince George

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Forget little George Alexander Louis. Dude's swag level will never match up to little Jackson Bosh's.

After a promotional excursion to India, Chris Bosh took his family for a trip to Rome, where the world's chillest baby picture was snapped.

Look at him -- chilling in his wayfarers, casually dozing off after reading books about the secrets of Japanese strategy beside some European lake surrounded by mountains. Not only will Prince George never live such a chill existence but, more than likely, neither will you.

[via Deadspin]

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