Prince George is celebrating his 6th birthday in the Caribbean

Brenda Watkins
July 22, 2019

But if you're third in the line to the throne, a paper bowl of cheese puffs just won't do.

In the third picture taken by Kate, a smartly dressed George in green polo shirt and sky blue and white shirt shows him leaning against a table as he looks proudly at the camera.

Two showed the Prince donning an English football jersey in the garden at Kensington Palace, smiling at the camera and laughing while lying down in the grass.

A royal insider told the Daily Mail that the Queen apparently favors Prince George, who turns 6-years-old tomorrow, and leaves presents at the foot of his bed when he visits Buckingham Palace.

For his most recent birthday previous year, Prince George was pictured in another smiling portrait - this time in the garden of Clarence House in London.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are returning with their eldest son, plus Prince Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 1, this summer to the private Caribbean island of Mustique, a favorite holiday spot for the family.

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In one snap, the future king laughs as he lies playfully in the garden of their home at Kensington Palace - clad in the white England football home shirt.

The shots were taken by keen photographer and his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.

All of the photos were taken outside by Middleton, who shared earlier this year how much George and Charlotte love the outdoors.

Kate took a seat on the grass with Louis as George and Charlotte, who wore the Marie-Chantal "Celina" dress, hung out together in the back of the auto.

Among the guests at the party will be George's school friends and his brothers and sisters, Princess Charlotte and little Louis.

George is now a student at Thomas's Battersea School in London, where he is known as George Cambridge.

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