New photo of Prince George released to mark his 5th birthday

New photo of Prince George released to mark his 5th birthday

New photo of Prince George released to mark his 5th birthday

Shot by photographer Matt Porteous, who most recently took portraits of the royal family at Prince Louis' christening, the snap shows Prince George beaming from ear to ear and showing off his winning smile and perfectly coiffed blond hair.

Prince George of Cambridge turns five on Sunday, a momentous occasion that's being commemorated with an official royal photograph.

Prince George poses for a photo to mark his 5th birthday. I wish His Royal Highness a very happy fifth birthday'.

To celebrate, the Palace has released an unseen photo of little George ahead of his big day. Prince William, for one, occasionally looked exasperated at their antics.

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From comforting crying flower girls to making his little sister Charlotte laugh, Prince George has grown up to be quite the young man.

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The picture, tweeted by Kensington Palace, was accompanied by a message of thanks from the duke and duchess to everyone for their "lovely messages".

The eldest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was photographed in the garden of Clarence House.

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