Prince George will likely have ‘football themed’ birthday party but not ‘lavish’

This weekend, Prince George will turn a significant age – double digits – and his celebration plans sound surprisingly normal.

The future King will reportedly celebrate his 10th birthday at home with his parents, Prince William and Princess Kate, as well as his siblings, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five.

Katie Nicholl, a royal expert, provided details on the future King’s party in advance of his birthday on Saturday.

She told Entertainment Tonight: “I’m told that this birthday party will be family, of course, close friends, friends from his old school, [and] friends from George’s new school, but it’s not going to be showy in any way.

“A lavish party, where there’s a huge expense, is just not William and Kate’s style.”

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The Prince, who enjoys sports, reportedly decided to host a football-themed party for his friends at Lambrook School.

Ms Nicholl claimed: “[Kate] still always bakes the cake, she will be doing a tea party, I’m told there’s going to be something of a football theme involved in the celebrations.”

The expert also said the Prince and Princess of Wales “are known to celebrate big birthdays, but they are known to do it below the radar”.

Therefore, the couple will likely have the party at their home in Norfolk called Anmer Hall, where they have “more space” and are “completely protected”.

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The expert claimed: “So whatever does happen will stay very firmly behind closed doors.”

Prince George was born on July 22, 2013, in St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, followed by his sister Charlotte in 2015 and his brother Louis in 2018.

The royal siblings split their time between Adelaide Cottage in Windsor and Anmer Hall in Norfolk and also attend Lambrook School.

Prince George is currently second in line to the throne after his father, William, Prince of Wales, 41.

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