Britain’s Prince George – the eldest son of Prince William and Princess Kate – turns 10 on Saturday.
The young prince is second in line to the British throne and is set to become king after his father, Prince William, and grandfather, King Charles.
The prince, whose full name is Georges Alexandre Louis, was born on July 22, 2013. He thus turns 10 on Saturday, July 22nd.
To mark the occasion, Kensington Palace shared a recent photo of the future monarch, dressed in a plaid shirt, smiling on the steps of Windsor Castle.
According to Katie Nicholl, who is Entertainment tonight The expert on the royal house, the prince will celebrate the day with family, close friends and classmates.
– There will be no show. She says a lavish party where a lot of money was spent is not William and Kate’s style.
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The prince grew up in the spotlight, and as Britain’s future monarch enters his second decade, British media are speculating about what his future holds.
Brittany Barger, who runs the Royal Central website, told the paper The Daily Telegraph That Prince William is following the young prince closely with a view to the future.
– He knows very well the pressure that lies in this role, and what is expected of him, she says.
Prince George has already undertaken many honorable missions.
In May it became – according to The telegraph – The future youngest monarch of Great Britain plays the “Pages of Honor” during coronations. It happened when his grandfather, Charles, was crowned as the new King of Britain.
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