PRINCE GEORGE shone as he posed for cute photos taken by his mother Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, on the occasion of his sixth birthday.
Kensington Palace shared three photos on Monday as part of the future king’s birthday party. In one photo, George is seen laughing as he lies playfully in the garden of his house at Kensington Palace, dressed in a white shirt for football shirts from England. A second photo shows George again in the same shirt, while showing a broad grin to the camera.
The third photo shows how young people look happy on a family vacation.
He is wearing a green polo shirt and striped blue and white pants and stood outside in front of a green background.
Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge was born in the private Lindo wing of St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, at 4.22 pm on July 22, 2013.
He was wrapped in a white merino wool shawl.
George is a great-grandchild of the queen and he becomes the 43rd monarch since William the Conqueror when he becomes king.
George’s birthday is expected to be a major event, as he and his parents and brothers and sisters, Princess Charlotte, four and one-year-old Prince Louis, will be staying on the family’s estate, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk.
George has reportedly also made one request for the day.
He wants Monday’s celebration to be a small and relaxed family gathering.
This will be different from his fifth birthday, which was spent playing on a beach on the luxurious Caribbean island of Mustique.
The Cambridges used to think they would return to the private island during the summer holidays, as claimed at a favorite place for Kate and William.
If he stays in Britain, George can also be a small party with his school friends from Thomas’s Battersea in South London, the Sun has reported.
The Prince has just completed the first year at Thomas’s Battersea school.
In September he starts the second year, which will be his final year in primary school, before going to high school.
Charlotte will assist her older brother at the private school, where the most important rule is to be friendly.
Annual costs for George are £ 19,287, while Charlotte receives a small discount for a second child of £ 18,915.
The new school year will entail a few changes for George, with Thomas asking second-year children to become more responsible, including including their own homework in their diaries, so that “increasing independence ensures a smooth transition to the Prep School “.