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Father, son flash toothy grin in new pic released to mark Prince George's 2nd birthday

Admirers of Prince George's royal expressions were in for another visual delight on Tuesday as the Kensington released a heart-warming picture of the royal father-son-duo to mark the happy occasion.


Father, son flash toothy grin in new pic released to mark Prince George's 2nd birthday
Pic Courtesy: @KensingtonPalce/Twitter (photographer - Mario Testino)

London: Admirers of Prince George's royal expressions were in for another visual delight on Tuesday as the Kensington released a heart-warming picture of the royal father-son-duo to mark the happy occasion.

Prince George of Cambridge, third in line to the British throne, has turned two today on July 22, completing two terrific royal years replete with fun, elegance and excitement.

The picture released by the Palace shows the two-year-old charmer frolicking in the arms of his doting father, Prince William, with both flashing a 'say cheese' toothy grin.

The picture was taken by fashion photographer Mario Testino on July 5 after Princess Charlotte's christening at Sandringham House, on the Queen's Norfolk estate.

"This photograph captures a very happy moment on what was a special day for the duke and duchess and their family. They are very pleased to share this picture as they celebrate Prince George's second birthday," the BBC quoted a Kensington Palace spokeswoman as saying.

According to the BBC, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are likely to throw a party for their son at their Norfolk home.

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