Prince George set for low key birthday as he wont be spoiled, expert says

Although it is Prince George’s ninth birthday today (Friday, July 22), the young royal is not going to be spoilt and his celebrations will be ‘low key’ according to one expert.

That is according to Katie Nicholl, who toldOK!that mum Kate Middleton will still have pulled out all the stops to give her eldest a “really special” day.

The exact details of the big day are of course private, and it is unlikely we will ever get to know exactly how the celebrations pan out.

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Celebrating his birthday, his mum Kate Middleton took a picture of George with a big grin on his face at a beach in the UK.

Katie said: "George’s birthday falls in the school holidays so I would imagine it will be celebrated at Anmer Hall and, in keeping with past birthdays, it’s usually spent with friends and family and is a pretty low-key affair.

"Kate bakes a cake and they have people round to the house. There’s a focus on just being at home with those nearest and dearest."

But she added that their parents go far from overboard and are careful not to spoil them.

Katie added: "They aren’t spoilt with presents, they never go over the top but George will have had a wish list and would have had lots of lovely presents to open up on his birthday."

Kate, 40, is into her photography and has been known to have been behind the lens of lots of the family’s official holiday snaps – including the one for George’s birthday.

Last year, she and her husband William, also 40, released pictures for all three of their children’s birthdays last year.

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She is also behind the official 75th birthday snap of her step-mother-in-law, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

Those pictures appeared on the cover of Country Life magazine celebrating the milestone. Talking about the issue, Camilla said: "They are very good pictures. She does it very naturally. We had a lot of fun doing it.

"It was very relaxed and very kind that the Duchess of Cambridge came with her camera – she is an extremely good photographer. It was all very casual.

"There wasn't much hair or makeup. It was just done in the garden with a lot of laughs. It was a lovely way of doing it."

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