Published: Mon, July 23, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Prince George turns five

Prince George turns five

Prince George of Cambridge turns five on Sunday, a momentous occasion that's being commemorated with an official royal photograph.

The cuteness level threatened to overload when President Obama got to meet Prince George before he and Mrs. Obama had dinner with the little prince's parents and uncle Harry at Kensington Palace on April 22, 2016.

George is big brother to Charlotte (born in 2015) and Prince Louis (born in 2018).

Britain's Prince George poses for a picture following the christening of his brother Prince Louis, at Clarence House in London.

The picture, tweeted by Kensington Palace, came with a message of thanks from the duke and duchess.

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Royalists say Prince George looks a lot like his father in the new portrait. To celebrate the special occasion, Kate Middleton and Prince William have flown to the handsome serene beaches of Mustique.

A very happy birthday to you, Prince George!

It's the first vaycay as a family of five and was deliberately timed to coincide with George's fifth birthday, according to the Daily Mail. George has indulged in some serious conversation with the USA president Obama.

Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and his son Prince George visit an Airbus helicopters on the tarmac of the Airbus compound in Hamburg, northern Germany, on July 21,2017.

Prince William and Kate, both 36, regularly do the school run and it seems the Duchess is just as down-to-earth as you might expect.

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