Kate Middleton shares new photos of Prince George to mark his sixth birthday 3 months ago

Kate Middleton shares new photos of Prince George to mark his sixth birthday

In the England jersey and all, fair play.

New photos of Prince George have been released to mark the future king's sixth birthday and, as you had probably already guess, they're fairly cute.

The pictures were taken by Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, in the family's Kensington Palace garden.

They show George lying down in the grass wearing an England jersey, smiling and laughing in front of the camera.

 

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Another one of the photos shows the prince in a slightly more serious manner wearing a green polo shirt and starring down the lens intently.

#Deep.

 

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"Happy Birthday Prince George!" read the Kensington Palace Instagram captions.

"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share new photographs of Prince George to mark His Royal Highness's sixth birthday.

"This photograph was taken recently in the garden of their home at Kensington Palace by The Duchess of Cambridge.

"Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages!"

 

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This is the sixth year that Prince George has been alive on this earth, and the first that he has exhibited an interest in the popular British sport known as soccer.

The first child to William and Kate, the prince was born in the private Lindo Wing at 4.24pm on July 22 2013.

He weighed 8lbs 6oz.

According to reports, George will spend his all important sixth birthday on an annual family holiday to the island of Mustique.

The private island is known for its white-sand beaches like Macaroni Beach, Pasture Bay Beach and Endeavour Bay Beach.

 

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It's also a no-fly zone which means the royal family can enjoy their time there with no worries of paparazzi interruption.

Praise the Lord.

A source told the Daily Express that the family often travel to the island because it's incredibly discreet.

“It’s about as close as they can come to without going to total wilderness as they did on their honeymoon when they went to an island in the middle of nowhere," they said.

“To go to a place with two bars and a few other people, and not feel totally isolated Mustique is perfect.”