Prince George is the Prince and Princess of Wales' eldest-child and the young royal celebrated his 10th birthday on July 22 this year, and a new photo, snapped by Millie Pilkington, has been released to mark the young royal reaching double digits.
George Alexander Louis of Cambridge was born at 4.24pm on 22 July, 2013, in the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital, in Paddington, London, and weighed 8lb 6oz.
George made his public debut on the hospital steps just one day later, wrapped in a white merino wool shawl, cradled in Kate and Williams arms.
He was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury in the Chapel Royal of St James’s Palace in October 2013. He wore a handmade replica of the traditional christening robe worn by royals for generations.
As the eldest grandchild of King Charles III, he is second in line to the throne, after his father Prince William. George acted as a page of honour in his grandfather's recent coronation — the youngest royal to play such an important role in the sombre ceremony.
George went on his first royal tour when he was just nine months old, accompanying the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their official three-week tour of New Zealand and Australia.
George spent his early years in Norfolk with his parents, and attended Westacre Montessori School nursery there.
Buckingham Palace is considering whether it should take action after the King and Princess of Wales were named in the Dutch version of a new book as senior royals who questioned what skin colour Prince Archie would have. The writer said an investigation had been launched into how the names were included in the translated version of Endgame, which Dutch publisher, Xander Uitgevers, said had been pulled from shelves in the Netherlands due to an "error".
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