- Kensington Palace has shared two new photos of Prince George to mark his birthday.
- George turned seven on Tuesday, 22 July and the Palace posted the photos on their Instagram page,
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been huddled up at home with George, Charlotte and Louis amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Prince George, the oldest child of Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton, has turned 7. To celebrate the birthday of George, who is third in line to the British throne, Kensington Palace released two new photos of the little royal.
Both photos were taken by Kate Middleton and show George flashing a smile at the camera. In one shot he looks over his shoulder in a camouflage t-shirt, in another he stares directly at the camera.
The photos were taken recently, likely at the family's home in Norfolk where they've been staying amid the pandemic.
George and his two younger siblings, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2, have spent the past several months at their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk, following stay-at-home orders issued by the United Kingdom government because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Social media users on Instagram couldn't help but adore the handsome young boy:
"7 years ago we were glued to the tv in Tenners." so fast!."
"7 years ago we were glued to the TV in Tenners"
"Love those crooked teeth! Such a darling smile."
"Quite an adorable boy."
Meawhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Kate Middleton has opened up about being a mother while showing support for an initiative to help new parents.
Kate spilled the tea on being a parent and the Duchess of Cambridge admits it is not always easy.
The royal beauty opened up about being a mom during an interview with the BBC recently. She showed support for a BBC Education initiative called Tiny Happy People.
The initiative aims to help new parents and caregivers of children by providing resources and support. Kate said during the interview that she wished such a programme existed when she had her first child, Prince George.
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