In case you hadn’t heard (which we find very hard to believe!), Cheeks is turning one! On Tuesday, July 22, Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge will turn one. While he celebrates privately at Kensington Palace, we will be celebrating his birthday, too!
Twitter is a magical thing! We will be tweeting all day long using the hashtag #HappyBirthdayCheeks! Send your tweets and tag us (@WWKD_Official), the Official British Monarchy’s account (@BritishMonarchy), or Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) to share your excitement. Remember, Wills and Kate don’t have twitters – but that won’t stop the fun!
Let them eat cake!
Prince William’s Chocolate Biscuit Groom’s Cake – Courtesy of The British Monarchy on Flickr
It isn’t a party without cake! We love to make Prince William’s favorite cake – chocolate biscuit cake – for royal celebrations. If that isn’t your style, a classic vanilla cake with butter cream frosting will do! Whether you make a multi-tier masterpiece or splurge on a little cupcake, enjoy the sweet treat for our sweet Cheeks!
Send a card!
Handwritten notes are tres chic, and there is an extra thrill in sending them to the royals! Wish Georgie Porgie a very happy first birthday by sending him a card to Kensington Palace. A card can cost as little as $2, although we personally have a habit of buying elaborate stationary. Read more on how to send letters to Wills, Kate and George here. Let us know if you get a response!
Have a tea party!
Break out the pretty china! Tea is an English tradition, and what better way to celebrate the future King of England (well, technically the King of the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland and of His other Realms and Territories – but that has no ring to it) than afternoon tea? Put on the kettle, make some cucumber sandwiches, and butter the scones!
How will you be celebrating Prince George’s first birthday?
We would LOVE to hear your ideas!
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