Prince George’s birthday is celebrated by the Queen, who sends him a “beautiful gift as a surprise.”


Prince George’s birthday is celebrated by the Queen, who sends him a “beautiful gift as a surprise.”

According to reports, the Queen celebrated Prince George’s eighth birthday in a very special way.

According to a source, the Queen personally wished Prince George a happy birthday via video link yesterday. But, according to the source, the adoring great-grandmother didn’t stop there, as she also surprised the boy with a gift.

“The Queen Zoomed Prince George to wish him a happy birthday,” a source told Us Weekly.

“She surprised him with a nice gift.

The Queen and the third in line to the throne have a deep bond, according to the insider, who added that Prince George “loves his great-grandmother so much.”

The Queen also officially celebrated Prince George’s birthday with a statement on the Royal Family Twitter account.

“Wishing Prince George a very happy birthday today,” the message stated.

Prince Charles and Camilla also wished their grandson Prince George well in public.

On Twitter, George was wished a happy birthday.

“A very Happy Birthday to Prince George!” their statement said on the Clarence House Twitter account.

Kensington Palace had published a new image of the tiny Cambridge the night before in the statement.

The eight-year-old was dressed in a £10 John Lewis striped polo shirt and blue shorts in the photo.

The beaming king posed on the hood of a Land Rover Defender amid a grassy backdrop.

The inclusion of a Land Rover in the photo of the third in line to the throne could be taken as a nod to the late Prince Philip, who was a frequent driver of the British 4×4 brand and even requested to be buried in a modified Defender.

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, took the photo at Anmer Hall earlier this month.

Since she became a mother, Kate has treated royal admirers to images of her children released ahead of their birthdays and other occasions.

Her passion for photography is well-known, and one of her most successful efforts, the Hold Still contest, was born out of it.

Thousands of individuals sent photos illustrating life in Britain during the first national lockdown as part of this campaign.

The initiative was carried out in partnership with the National Portrait Gallery, which is one of Kate’s patronages.

The 100 photos of the finalists, chosen by a group of experts, were displayed on “Brinkwire Summary News” across the country.


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