It’s Prince George’s birthday today. A new portrait was released by his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to mark his 5th birthday.
Prince George turns five today and is looking happy in his portrait.
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He is the first born of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This official portrait was taken in the garden of Clarence House. This picture, showing the prince grinning at something or someone, was taken after the christening of Prince Louis.
Prince George is having fun on his birthday.
According to some reports, the birthday boy is spending his special day on the Caribbean island of Mustique in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines with his family.
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George made his public debut in front of the world on the steps of the hospital one day later, wrapped in a white merino wool shawl. The prince was last seen at the christening of his baby brother Louis.
As the great-grandson of Queen Elizabeth, he is third in line to the British throne.
He has made a number of public appearances in the past 12 months. That includes his appearance on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for Her Majesty’s official birthday celebrations in June.
Then, he was seen having fun with his cousin, Savannah Phillips, who jokingly told him to shush and put her hand over his mouth. He was then seen as a page boy at the wedding of his uncle, Prince Harry to Meghan Markle in May.
Some special information about our little prince.
The birthday prince recently completed his first year at school, Thomas’s Battersea in south London. According to reports, he is said to love helicopters and flying.
And today, to mark his fifth birthday, a new £5 coin has been issued by the Royal Mint, showing St George and the Dragon on its reverse.