What did the Queen gift her grandson Prince George on his eighth birthday?


Prince George, son of Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, received a special gift from his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of Britain, on his eighth birthday.

The Queen sent Prince George as he celebrated his eighth birthday, a birthday message to him via Zoom and wished him a happy birthday, which is great for him as there is no school at the moment due to the summer holidays.

It is a royal tradition that royal children are sent when they reach the age of eight to boarding school where it is an important day.

Today, Prince George, third in line to the throne after his grandfather Prince Charles and his father Prince William, celebrated his eighth birthday, on the 22nd of July, and for this occasion to be special, his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, unveiled a new photo of him.

The Duke of Cambridge published on this occasion an official photo of Prince George, one day before his birthday, in which he appeared in a striped blouse while sitting on top of the car, and his mother Kate Middleton took this photo during a family holiday in Norfolk.

A caption was written with the photo, which was published to celebrate his birthday, saying: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to share a new photo of Prince George before his eighth birthday."

On this occasion, the Duke of Cambridge presented their son, Prince George, a birthday cake in the shape of a soccer ball, a hobby that he loves.

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