Prince George has already celebrated his sixth birthday with his family. Still, that doesn’t mean he’s missing out on a fun party with all his friends.
Dad William and mom Kate have reportedly planned a magic-themed party for George and his friends to celebrate his birthday. Apparently, the young Prince is a big fan of magic.
The source revealed that the party will take place at Kensington Palace. However, the exact date is still unknown.
According to the Sun, William and Kate have booked magicians from the Magic Circle have been booked as entertainment for the celebration.
The Magic Circle is an elite group dedicated to promoting the art of magic. George’s grandfather, Prince Charles is also a member of the exclusive group.
A spokesperson for the Magic Circle said: ‘The royal family have booked the Magic Circle for years. Prince Charles had magicians for his last birthday’.
The party will also include a “royal bouncy castle” which will be set up in the palace gardens for George and his pals to play on.
The birthday boy has invited many school friends to the party, including fellow royal Maud Windsor, the daughter of Lord Freddie Windsor.
The source shared: ‘School friends from Thomas’s Battersea will be in attendance plus Maud Windsor, Lord Freddie Windsor’s daughter. She is also a pupil at Thomas’s.’
His cousin Mia Tindall is also expected to attend the party. George and Mia have reportedly become “inseparable chums”.
Prince George spent his actual birthday with dad, mom and his siblings Charlotte and Louis in Mustique. The island is one of William and Kate’s favourite holiday destinations, in fact, George celebrated his 5th birthday their last year as well.
To mark their firstborn’s birthday, proud parents William and Kate shared three new photos.
One of the photos was taken on a recent family holiday. The other two show him proudly wearing his England football jersey.