Happy Birthday Prince George and Calendar Update – What Kate Wore

Happy Birthday, Prince George Alexander Louis!

The Prince turns nine today, and a new photo of the Duchess of Cambridge has been released to mark the occasion.

The Duchess took the picture earlier this month while the Cambridges were on holiday in the UK. “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to share a new photo of Prince George ahead of his ninth birthday tomorrow,” said a statement accompanying the photo. Below, a side-by-side with last year’s birthday photos and new photos.

And all the birthday headshots of Yuvraj.
On Buckingham Palace’s Twitter page, A post marks the occasion With an image of Platinum Jubilee.

The Clarence House account reposted A tweet from Kensington Palace.

The event is also celebrated with music.

Many have found a strong resemblance to Prince William in the new photo.

It has been a pleasure to see Yuvraj take part in more engagements this past year. Below you can see him with his parents at a rugby match in February.

Prince Philip at the Service of Thanksgiving in March, with his parents and sister Princess Charlotte.

Walking to Easter church service in April.

At a special Platinum Jubilee Trooping the Color in June, we saw the children of Cambridge ride in a float for the first time.

Yuvraj has some fun in Trooping the Colour.

Another photo from the Queen’s Birthday Parade.

Also during the Jubilee weekend, Wales tour.

Photos emerged during the Jubilee weekend showing the Cambridge children cooking with their mums.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte attended the Platinum Jubilee Party at the Palace Concert.

Another photo from the concert.

The next day, the Platinum Jubilee Contest.

Another photo from the pageant. After the pageant, an appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Another Wimbledon first for Yuvraj this year.

Yuvraj reacts to the game during the men’s final.

Sharing a smile with mom.

I bet most readers remember exactly where they were when the Prince was born nine years ago.

Happy birthday, Prince George!

The family has a busy fall with the move to Windsor and all three children starting at a new school. More from this Evening Standard story.

After months of speculation, it has been confirmed that the Cambridges will move to the Windsor estate this summer, living in the four-bedroom Adelaide Cottage, just a 10-minute walk from the Queen’s private apartments. The big move is said to be prompted by William’s milestone birthday, as well as the Cambridges’ desire to have more space for the kids — the family was recently spotted happily frolicking around the bucolic Windsor grounds over the weekend, with pet spaniel Orla in tow.

Another photo from the Jubilee Pageant.

More from this telegraph story.

The move will move them closer to the Duchess’s family home in Bucklebury, Berkshire, as well as being within walking distance of the Queen, 96. The vast Windsor estate will provide more opportunities for children to play, ride horses and walk their dogs in privacy.

The young royal and future king turned nine on Friday and will start at Lambbrook School in Ascot, near Windsor Castle, later this year, according to reports. For the first time, Prince Louis, four, will be joined by Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven, as they get ready to start the new school year in their uniforms.

Also today, some updates on Kate’s calendar.


  • Sunday 31 July: 1851 In her role as Patron of the Trust, the Duchess will be in Plymouth for Pal GP. He will meet the youth participating in the Trust’s activities to promote sustainability. He will join the British team aboard their F50 Failing catamaran in a friendly ‘Commonwealth Race’ against their New Zealand rivals. “Leaded by Sir Ben Ainslie, the Duchess will become a member of the British crew, working with the rest of the team to sail at 50 knots (over 55 mph) against a skilled New Zealand team.”


  • Tuesday, August 2: The Duke and Duchess, along with The Earl and Countess of Wessex, will attend the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
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