Royal baby George celebrates first birthday

Royal baby George turned one Tuesday, leaving the rest of the world to wonder- how does a baby celebrate the big first-year milestone with his royal family?

According to The Telegraph, parents Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton asked for a small celebration with few gifts since he has been spoiled and spoiled again throughout his first year.

The International Business Times suggested that, unlike many other of George's appearances, his birthday celebration would be a small and intimate get-together at home.

The Daily Mail later released photos and a report of how the party went. Close family attended the party after George and his mother went to see Prince Philip at Buckingham Palace earlier in the day.

Grandfather Prince Charles was photographed on business in Scotland getting a large, stuffed squirrel to bring back for George.

Aside from getting gifts from family and close friends, people all around the world are wishing baby George a happy birthday and are excited to watch him continue to grow.

Recent photos show the royal family on an outing to the Natural History Museum of London where George discovered the fascinating ways of butterflies.

The adorable shots show the tiny royal clearly intrigued by the butterfly that landed on his dad's hand.

George has also recently started walking, which made for a perfect worldwide photo-op.



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