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Prince William's birthday celebration was a low-key event in keeping with current coronavirus restrictions in the UK.
turned 39 on June 21, with family members and royal fans alike sending their birthday wishes to the third in line to the British throne.
His father led the charge posting two photos on his Clarence House social media accounts. In the photo a much younger Prince Charles holds a smiling Prince William who looks to be around six months old.
shows a grown Prince William seated next to his step mother Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles at a royal event, the trio smiling and clapping along.
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Kate Middleton has been overheard using an affectionate nickname for Prince Charles at a recent event. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were with Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall at a garden party being hosted by British PM Boris Johnson at the G7 summit in Cornwall when, according to lip readers, Kate said: "Hello Grandpa! How are you?" This has been reported by Cornwall Live. Charles, 72, then turned to speak with his daughter-in-law, before the group were greeted by the prime minister and his wife Carrie. © Getty The pair were attending a garden party being hosted by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The post was captioned: "Wishing the Duke of Cambridge a Happy Birthday today!" next to birthday cake and gift emojis.
The Royal Family Twitter account shared on behalf of the Queen four photos of the royal including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at a youth charity event and one from a past Trooping the Colour, with Prince William keeping a careful hold on his youngest child Prince William.
The caption read: "Wishing The Duke of Cambridge a very Happy Birthday today!" along with the hashtag #HappyBirthdayHRH.
Royal fans reached out to Prince William on his social media accounts, with one writing: "Happy 39th birthday future king!"
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Another wrote: "Happy Birthday Prince William. I hope you had a lovely day with your wife and children."
"Couldn't have wished for a better future king," said another. "Happy birthday."
One royal fan wrote: "A very Happy Birthday to the Duke of Cambridge - our future 'strength and stay' as King Continue to rise above all else and enjoy your special day with those that bring peace, love and harmony into your life."
An Aussie fan wrote on Twitter: "A very Happy Birthday to the Duke of Cambridge - our future 'strength and stay' as King continue to rise above all else and enjoy your special day with those that bring peace, love and harmony into your life."
Another said: "Happy Birthday Prince William. I remember the day you were born! Millions of people waited to see you. You have matured into a wonderful, stable, man. May your future continue to he a happy and Blessed one."
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It was at their grandfather's funeral that we last saw Princes William and Harry together and it will be at the unveiling of a memorial to their mother that we see them reunite.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared their own birthday photo of the royal showing a smiling Prince William sitting in a garden. This was posted along with the caption: "Thank you for all the birthday wishes and kind messages."
While visitors to the couple's Twitter account were met with colourful balloons floating across the screen.
Here the pair shared the same birthday photo of Prince William, one fan writing.
It was reported Kate Middleton had planned a small family celebration for William, with their children Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six and Prince Louis, three, keen to help out.
All eyes are on Prince William and Prince Harry, 36, in the lead up to the unveiling of a statue of their mother Princess Diana on July 1 which would have been her 60th birthday. While the relationship between the brothers is reportedly tense, it is hoped the event will help heal their relationship.
Prince George suits up for first public appearance of 2021 with his parents .
Prince George has had an after school treat that will make him the envy of all his class. The young royal and football fanatic was at Wembley Stadium in London on Tuesday afternoon to cheer on the England soccer team as they booked a spot in the Euro 2020 quarter finals. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended in an official capacity, with Prince William the President of England's Football Association. The seven-year-old looked incredibly grown up dressed in a suit and official FA tie as he attended the game alongside mum and dad.The duchess dressed in England colours by donning a red Zara blazer over a white top and paired with black trousers.