Prince George was given a special present by the TV legend as they watched a documentary together.
Prince George turns seven on 22 July, 2020, and is spending the day at Anmer Hall, his family’s home in Norfolk.The family have marked the big day with two new photographs taken by his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.They show a happy young royal, flashing a gap-toothed grin at the camera and clearly enjoying life in the countryside during lockdown.While the birthday celebrations may be somewhat limited by the remaining elements of lockdown, Prince Charles has already hinted at a special way he might like to mark George’s seventh birthday.Read more: Seven ways Prince George's life is better than the average 7-year-old'sEarlier this year, speaking on Classic FM, he suggested his own experiences at a young age should be replicated by other grandparents.He was taken to an event at seven, and said: “It's so important, I think, for grandparents or other relations to take children – at about the age of seven – to experience some form of the arts in performance.”Until we see grandfather and grandson being able to enjoy the theatre, look back at the royals when they were seven.
Julia Samuel also revealed she always buys him noisy presents that take William days to put together.
The Duchess of Cambridge said she kept up the routine of school during the Easter holidays with her kids.
The portrait was released to mark the start of a new decade for the royals.
The Duke of Cambridge wanted to familiarise his eldest two children with the layout.
Article originally published in 2018. When Prince George started school in September 2017, there was much fanfare. All eyes were on the four-year-old royal as he walked through the gates of Thomas’ Battersea, clad in his uniform.There were the same levels of excitement back in 1987, when Prince William waved at the crowds as his mother, the late Princess of Wales, dropped him off at Wetherby School in Notting Hill.Over the decades, the world’s been privy to numerous ‘first days’ the British royal family have experienced. From Prince Charles’ start at Gordonstoun, Scotland, to Prince Harry’s confident beginnings at Mrs. Mynors’ Nursery School in Notting Hill.And now it’s Princess Charlotte’s turn. Tomorrow, the four-year-old daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will join George at Thomas’ Battersea.Ahead of Charlotte’s big day, look back on what the rest of the key royals’ first days at nursery, school, college and university looked like.
The Cambridge children hadn't met their baby cousin until that moment, according to one royal expert.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s three children met baby Archie for the first time when William and Harry played at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day, it has been revealed. The Sun’s royal correspondent Emily Andrews tells Yahoo UK’s ‘The Royal Box:' "It was interesting actually that polo match because it was the first time that Charlotte and George had actually met Archie, they hadn’t actually met him for two months, so that polo match was lovely." Prince George, then five, Princess Charlotte, four, and one-year-old Prince Louis were spotted playing together on the sidelines, as Kate and Meghan, holding their two-month-old cousin, stood side by side.
Kate and William's eldest child proudly wears Three Lions on his shirt, in new photos to mark his sixth birthday.
The third in line to the throne will celebrate with a low-key party at his Norfolk home