Prince George's sixth birthday is right around the corner and his parents are reportedly throwing a big bash for his special day. A source close to Kate Middleton and Prince William's royal household at Kensington Palace revealed all the details about the upcoming celebration Us Weekly and, TBH, we wish we got an invite.
“The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have gone all out to organize a birthday party for George,” the insider spilled. Though William has pitched in along the way, Kate has "done most of the organizing herself." The party will be held at the palace and all of George's friends from school will be invited. His classmates reportedly call him 'PG,' which is short for Prince George.
George's younger siblings, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, will also be included in the festivities. Though they just had their first public outing together as cousins, there's no official word yet on whether Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's son Archie will be at the party, too.
Once all the party guests arrive at Kensington Palace, they'll be treated to a magic show from a professional magician and get to jump in a bouncy castle. According to the insider, George is a big fan of magic right now. It was reportedly William's idea to bring in a magician for a magic show, as well.
There will be a royal banquet fit for a future king at the party, as well. Caterers have been hired to make all of George's favorite foods. “Kate’s asked them to make pizza, pasta and sliders,” the source revealed, adding that dessert will consist of cupcakes, candy and ice cream.
Happy early birthday, George!