How Prince George is set to mark his 10th birthday including Kate’s tradition

Prince George and Princess Charlotte take seats at Wimbledon

The future King is reaching a new milestone this weekend, turning double digits on Saturday.

It is not yet known how Prince George will be celebrating his birthday but it is likely to be a private, family affair.

Luckily for him, the young royal’s big day falls during the long summer holiday season and on a weekend but details about what exactly George gets up to have been “kept secret” this year and in years gone by.

However, there are several traditions Kate, Princess of Wales, adheres to which will likely feature on the second in line to the throne’s birthday.

The Princess of Wales reportedly “insists” on continuing a long-held tradition she inherited from her side of the family.

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It’s likely she will be up late tonight, getting to work in the kitchen in Adelaide Cottage, their home in Windsor, where she will make her eldest a cake.

According to You Magazine, this is something the 41-year-old mother of three does for all her children on the eve of their birthdays.

It is also thought the Duchess of Cambridge, an avid photographer, will continue her tradition of taking her children’s official photographs which are frequently shared on social media when their birthdays roll around.

For George’s ninth birthday last year, a picture of the young Prince grinning on holiday on the exclusive island of Tresco in the Isles of Scilly earlier that month was shared.

It was also reported that the young Prince will be having a party on the royal estate with his close friends from the school he attends with his two siblings in Windsor, Lambrook School.

Exactly what happens will be kept private with the Prince and Princess of Wales’s number one priority being “family”.

Royal expert Duncan Larcombe told Fox News Digital: “They’ve always been intensely secretive and private about his birthday. They’ve never released anything… in terms of a birthday party, and what they do is shrouded in secrecy.

“We are starting to see him a lot more in public these days, but they’re still very keen on keeping him private property rather than public property. His parents have been incredibly hands-on, and they’ve followed a very similar upbringing Kate would have had with two siblings, a close-knit family… They’re focusing very much on the value of the family.”

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While his big day will be out of the spotlight, the future King has been out and about enjoying his summer holiday over the past two weeks.

He and Princess Charlotte were seen exuberantly watching the tennis as Carlos Alcaraz became the new Wimbledon champion, beating Novak Djokovic.

It is likely George, his siblings and his parents will spend the majority of their summer at Anmer Hall, their Norfolk home based on the Sandringham Estate.

They may also venture future afield either abroad or back to Tresco, and will likely head up to Balmoral in late August as King Charles is reportedly keen to get the whole family together at the Firm’s Scottish haven.

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