New Photos of Prince George Out for His Birthday


If his parents choose to follow the royal trend, then George may be heading to boarding school when he turns eight, but this is, sources say, still under discussion.

Photographs taken by the Duchess earlier this month show the Prince showing off his endearing gap-toothed smile, dressed casually as he played outside.

The queen, 94, was among many to wish the young prince well on social media, with her official Royal Family Twitter account posting a message Wednesday morning reading: "Wishing Prince George a very happy birthday today!" along with a cake emoji.

Kate has been home-schooling him during lockdown, along with sister Charlotte and brother Louis.

The photos, taken earlier this month by his mother Kate, officially known as the Duchess of Cambridge, were issued by Kensington Palace late on Tuesday, the night before the young prince's birthday. In both photos, an ecstatic Prince George can be seen smiling into the camera.

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It's not out of the ordinary for moms to take pictures of their kids on their birthdays.

In one shot, he is sporting a dark green polo and in the other, he is looking mischievous and wearing a T-Shirt.

"I do to George what [Diana] did to us, which is give impossible toys that are really noisy and take a lot of making", she told Elizabeth Day's How To Fail podcast. "[George is] the heir and one day he might be king".

During the lockdown, George was pictured a number of times with his younger siblings, five-year-old Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, aged two, applauding health and care workers during the weekly show of support. In an additional portrait, George wears a camouflage t-shirt against a grassy background. This appears to be a direct nod to Prince Harry who served in the Royal Army for a decade and undertook two tours of Afghanistan during his military career.