(LONDON) – Britain’s royal baby is third in line to the throne which made Tuesday the 22 July a much anticipated event as Prince George turned one. The party took place at the Kensington Palace where Prince William and Kate Middleton entertained their guests.
Earlier, Now Magazine reported that Duchess Kate and Prince William will most likely go for a small occasion with only close friends and family, and would not shower the baby with extravagant gifts either since they want to keep the whole affair a “low key” one.
Regardless of this, baby George has already received a generous amount of public gifts, including one “gift from the nation”. A shiny limited-edition £5 coin was designed by the Royal Mint to honor his birthday and Queen Elizabeth as well as Chancellor Osborne had reportedly approved the design.
On Monday, the grateful parents thanked well-wishers around the world.
Earlier, it was rumored that the cake might come from a bakery run by Duchess Catherine’s brother, James, by the name of Nice Cakes, and was expected to be a custom creation for the little royal.
Images of the birthday celebrations have not yet been revealed, however, an image of the Prince and Duchess with George at the Sensational Butterflies exhibition at the Natural History Museum, London, was taken on 2 July to mark the upcoming birthday of the young prince.