The Prince and Princess of Wales's eldest child was born on 22 July 2013 at the Lindo Wing

Prince George looks all grown-up as he beams in new portrait for 10th birthday

Prince George, look how he’s grown! The eldest child of the Prince and Princess of Wales, who just turned ten, looks like a future king in new pictures.

Prince George is beaming in the picture, which was taken by photographer Millie Pilkington earlier this month as he sat on the Windsor Castle steps.

The Prince wears an outfit resembling that of his father, Prince William, wearing a checked blue and white shirt, teal jeans, and boots.


George smiles on the steps at Windsor Castle
Photo: Millie Pilkington


George is currently taking advantage of the school summer break with his parents and younger siblings, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5. It is said that George will celebrate his special day with a small gathering at the Waleses’ Windsor home this weekend.

When the young royals return to their classes in September, the Prince will be entering Year Six at Lambrook School in Berkshire.

George has had a truly remarkable year. The youngster moved up the line of succession and had his family name changed after last summer’s house and school move. This was in response to the passing of the late Queen Elizabeth II.


George was one of his grandfather’s Pages of Honour
Photo: Getty Images


George is second in line to the throne after William, who is now the heir apparent, and the former Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are now known as the Prince and Princess of Wales.

William and Catherine are gradually exposing their oldest son to his upcoming public persona. At competitions like Wimbledon, the Ashes, and Euro 2020, George has recently made his debut.

When George was chosen to be one of his grandfather King Charles’s Pages of Honor at the coronation back in May, he played his first significant independent role.

The Prince and his sister, Charlotte, later delighted royal observers by singing along while seated in the front row of the star-studded coronation concert at Windsor Castle.


George at the Royal International Air Tattoo
Photo: Getty Images


And by volunteering with the Scouts, his parents William and Catherine — along with his siblings — demonstrated that they were just as active as their parents.

George’s enthusiasm for aircraft also seems to have been a carryover from his father. The Wales family spent a day at the Royal International Air Tattoo last week as a treat at the end of the semester, and there were echoes of his first UK engagement when he was two years old.

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