Prince George enjoyed an early sixth birthday party where the entire class of his school pals were invited.
Despite his official birthday being on July 22nd, Kate and William chose to host an early party to ensure his friends at private prep school Thomas Battersea could attend before term ended.
The youngster posed for official birthday photographs in an England shirt after enjoying a football-themed celebration at Kensington Palace, according to Hello.
The party was also said to feature a bouncy castle in the palace gardens.
Earlier this month, he was also spotted kicking a football with little sister Charlotte at a charity polo match dad William and uncle Harry took part in.
The family celebrated Prince George’s official birthday at a luxury £27,000-a-week Caribbean retreat on the island of Mustique.
Kate and Wills also released three new photos of George to mark the special day.
Two of the shots show him proudly wearing his England football shirt, and the other was taken on a recent family holiday.
Meghan and Harry commented on one of the three photos Kate and William posted on their official Kensington Palace Instagram page, writing: “Happy Birthday! Wishing you a very special day and lots of love” with a balloon
The luxury summer home, which was only built in 2016, is owned by property developer Andrew Dunn – a friend of William.
Guests at Villa Antilles can spend time in the infinity pool with jacuzzi, an open dining pavilion, room with drinks bar, a study room and four bedrooms with a captivating outlook to Bequia and St Vincent beyond.
There is also a children’s room with two bunk beds, whale decorations on the wall and an elephant laundry basket.
The Cambridges reportedly splashed a total of £56,000 for a two-week stay in the destination
Mustique has long been the Cambridges’ summer go-to destination.
A royal expert told the paper: “They are going to Mustique again. It is incredibly private and incredibly discreet but not remote.
They know and trust the staff who work there and they are creatures of habit.
“Kate used to go there, the Middletons used to go there. The family love it.”