The Royal Family shares cute new photos of Prince George as he turns 3

  • New photos of Prince George was released as he celebrates his 3rd birthday
  • The little prince was photographed playing at the family’s country home in Anmer Hall
  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was grateful for all the lovely messages they received on their son’s birthday
Image from Kensington Palace Twitter account
Image from Kensington Palace Twitter account

Prince George celebrates his 3rd birthday by sharing his overwhelming cuteness to the whole world.

Prince George Alexander Louis, known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge or Georgie as his parents call him, was born on 22 July 2013.

The first-born child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and third in line to the throne, was photographed while playing at their Anmer Hall country home  in Norfolk, as per an article published by The Telegraph.

Dressed in a striped whale print sweater and Trotter shoes, the little prince was seen frolicking in the royal family’s garden, playing on the swing and running around. Georgie even showed the adorable bond he shares with the family dog, Lupo, as he offers him ice cream as seen in one of the pictures.

Image from Kensington Palace Twitter account
Image from Kensington Palace Twitter account

“The Duke and Duchess hope that people will enjoy seeing these new photographs,” a Kensington Palace spokesperson said. “They would like to thank everyone for all the lovely messages they have received as Prince George celebrates his third birthday.”

Photographer Matt Porteous who captured the little prince’s cute moments said: “I really enjoyed the opportunity to take these photographs of Prince George. It was a very relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. I’m honored that they have decided to share these images with the public to mark his third birthday.”

Mentioned in an article published by Time, the world’s most famous toddler has reached a monumental level of fame for children his age as he was recognized by British society magazine Tatler ranking him at number 10 in their “People Who Really Matter” list.