The firstborn of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, and Kate Middleton celebrated their little boy Prince George on his seventh birthday
Little George, the first-born of the Dukes of Cambridge, William, and Kate, is celebrating his seventh anniversary, although said celebration did not come in the usual way, the big day did not go unnoticed for the young royal.
In the midst of the health crisis and the restrictions that are still maintained in the United Kingdom by Covi-19, Prince George, the first-born of Prince William and Kate Middleton, celebrates his seventh birthday on this day.
On July 22, 2013, William and Kate Middleton welcomed their first child, Prince George, the first of their three children who introduced them to the world of parenthood.
It was just yesterday that the whole world was waiting for the doors of the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital in London to open to meet the first-born of the royal couple, the Dukes of Cambridge.
Today, after seven years have elapsed, some photographs shared by his own parents show the rapid growth of George, who is already a little man,
It was through the Kensington Palace account, which is celebrating the little one on a very special occasion.
Some snapshots taken by the Duchess herself show the eldest of her three children proudly, as happened in April with the portraits of Louis’s two years and later with Charlotte when she turned five on May 2.
In the pictures, George accompanies his formal appearance with mischievous smiles as he poses for his mother in front of a wall and dressed in a plain green polo shirt that belongs to Mango Kids. Same that can be purchased from the signature page.
In another of the images, Queen Elizabeth’s little great-grandson appears wearing a camouflage shirt in which he appears looking directly at the camera lens.