The third in line to the British throne and the first child of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, is celebrating his 09th birthday this week.
George is turning 9! 🎂🎈 pic.twitter.com/3VmttlX8ui
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) July 21, 2022
To mark the birthday, new picture was released by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. As always, the picture was taken by The Duchess of Cambridge during the family vacation earlier this month in the UK. The location of the vacation was never disclosed.
George was born at 4.24 pm on 22nd July 2013 at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London. His birth was a game changer in the British Royal Family and a new branch of the future Monarchy started.
When The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge introduced their firstborn to the world on the steps of Lindo Wing, the world media was standing in front of them to catch a glimpse of the little Prince. The Duke had a huge proud smile on his face while The Duchess has a happy face with teary eyes.
Talking about the day, The Duchess of Cambridge said during her first podcast, “Both William and I were really conscious that this was something that everyone was excited about and we’re hugely grateful for the support that the public had shown us“.
In the above picture, the Hospital staff congratulate each other outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital following the departure of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge with their newborn son on July 23, 2013, in London, England.
Since his birth, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shared pictures to mark the special day every year. Last year we saw a picture of George sitting on the bonnet of a Land Rover Defender that belonged to The Duke of Edinburgh.
In 2019, the family celebrated Geroge’s birthday in Mustique.
His birthday pictures are not the only pictures we received from Kensington Palace.
He was the cutest baby in the century-old Christening gown in October 2013. We also saw the little Prince on his first day of Nursery at Norfolk.
First Christmas celebration,
The Day he became a big brother,
His first day at school
And the day when he welcomed his little brother.
Just like his parents, Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge loves sports. He already plays tennis and enjoys football.
Prince George has just finished his school term at Thomas’s Battersea in London and is ready to begin at a new school in Berkshire. We recently saw George enjoying the Wimbledon finale with his parents.
I wish the handsome Prince a very happy birthday!!!!
— RegalFille (@RegalFille) July 20, 2022
In some other exciting news, The Duke of Cambridge’s dream project The Earthshot Prizes is heading to Boston this December for the second award ceremony. We can expect The Duchess of Cambridge to join him and undertake a few other engagements in the States. This return is coming after 8 years of their last visit to the USA in December 2014. More details would be announced in due course.
Her Majesty The Queen has begun her annual summer break and traveled to Scotland. https://t.co/VPYupFOyBB
— RegalFille (@RegalFille) July 21, 2022
Her Majesty the Queen has left Windsor Castle today and headed towards Scotland for the annual summer break. The Queen is expected to stay at Balmoral until September. We will see the members of the Royal family heading to Scotland one by one in August to spend some quality time with The Queen before the busy fall schedule.
Take a sneak peek inside Buckingham Palace’s summer display, which in this #PlatinumJubilee year features items relating to The Queen’s Accession.
Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Accession opens tomorrow and runs until 2 October.
Visit @RCT to see more:
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) July 21, 2022
From tomorrow, Buckingham Palace Staterooms are opening for public view. This year as part of the annual summer exhibition, many elements reflecting The Queen’s journey as the Monarch are on display at the Palace.
The #DuchessofCambridge will join @1851Trust
& @SailGPGBR on July 31 in Plymouth. She’ll meet young people taking part in activities to promote sustainability & join the British racing team on their F50 catamaran in a friendly ‘Commonwealth Race’ v Team NZ with Sir Ben Ainslie pic.twitter.com/W0fby7lkGb
— RegalFille (@RegalFille) July 20, 2022
The Duchess of Cambridge is set to undertake one last summer engagement before the full month away from the public eye next week. Catherine will be joining the British racing team on their F50 catamaran in a friendly ‘Commonwealth Race’ v Team NZ with Sir Ben Ainslie as the patron of 1851 Trust in Plymouth on July 31st.