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Duchess of Cambridge Photographs Smiling Prince George on 8th Birthday

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EIGHT IS GREAT: The Duchess of Cambridge has snapped an image of Prince George seated on a Land Rover Defender to mark his turning eight years previous on July 22.

The little prince, who’s sporting a striped shirt, was photographed in Norfolk, England, close to his dad and mom’ dwelling on Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham Estate. The Defender is a nod to George’s late great-grandfather Prince Philip who died in April, two months brief of his a hundredth birthday.

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The Defender was Philip’s all-time favourite vehicle. A forest inexperienced Land Rover — which he’d custom-made himself — carried his coffin to St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle the place the funeral occurred.

The prince has had a vigorous summer time to date within the runup to his birthday. Last month, he watched England’s nationwide soccer workforce play at Wembley Stadium.

Prince George photographed by his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, on his 8th birthday. - Credit: Image Courtesy of Kensington Palace Twitter

Prince George photographed by his mom, the Duchess of Cambridge, on his 8th birthday. – Credit: Image Courtesy of Kensington Palace Twitter

Image Courtesy of Kensington Palace Twitter

He cheered England to victory towards Germany in a 2020 UEFA European Football Championship match on the stadium in late June and attended the ultimate, which additionally occurred at Wembley, earlier this month.

Young George is claimed to be a serious soccer fan, which ought to come as no shock given his father’s function as president of England’s Football Association.

England’s 2-1 victory towards Germany in June took the nationwide workforce into the quarter finals and gave the nation, which stays within the grip of social restrictions, a much-needed increase. The England workforce ultimately misplaced to Italy in a penalty shootout.

The bells are set to ring at Westminster Abbey to mark the prince’s birthday, a longstanding royal custom. The bell-ringing was cancelled final 12 months resulting from lockdown and social distancing restrictions ensuing from COVID-19.

The final time Prince George heard the bells ring in his honor was on his sixth birthday two years in the past.

According to British press studies, the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers (CCCBR) has launched its newest steering for bell ringing and it’s one once more allowed, in a well-ventilated setting.

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