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Look! Prince George is adorable in birthday portrait

Look! Prince George is adorable in birthday portrait

The royal family jumped the gun a bit and shared his fifth birthday portrait yesterday, instead of today (his actual birthday), but nobody's complaining much because the pic is so stinkin' cute!

Over his first year, the young prince is estimated to have consumed 2,901 litres of breast milk, been burped around 4,092 times and gone through 2,735 nappies, according to research conducted by baby-gift website

Seriously, the best! LOVES it!

Prince Louis has been getting most of the attention lately, what with his christening and the usual round of celebrations surrounding that.

In a statement, Kensington Palace said: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share a new photograph of Prince George to mark His Royal Highness's fifth birthday tomorrow".

To mark his birthday, a new £5 coin has been issued by the Royal Mint, showing St George and the Dragon on its reverse.

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While Prince George may be third in line to the throne, his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are keeping that nugget of information hidden from their first-born as best they can.

Despite such a young age, Prince George already has an important place in the British monarchy.

A great-grandchild to the Queen, he will be the 43rd monarch since William the Conqueror obtained the crown of England if, as expected, his reign follows those of the Prince of Wales, then William.

George is big brother to Charlotte (born in 2015) and Prince Louis (born in 2018).

Just hours after he arrived into the world, Prince George made his first public appearance on the steps of the St Mary's Hospital's Lindo Wing on 22 July 2013.

George recently completed his first year at school, Thomas's Battersea in south London, where he played a sheep in the nativity play at Christmas.