Prince George's 6th Birthday Party Plans Sound Like Pure Magic

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We can't believe Prince George is turning 6 in just a few days! It seems like just last week, Kate Middleton and Prince William were standing on the steps of the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, showing their firstborn baby off to the world. Now he's turning 6, and his birthday party plans sound fit for a future king.

  • Prince George's birthday is on July 22, and apparently, his royal mom and dad have pulled out all the stops to make sure his party is spectacular. 

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    An insider revealed to Us Weekly, "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have gone all out to organize a birthday party for George," adding that Kate "has done most of the organizing herself." 

    The source said William has also pitched in for the event, which will be held at Kensington Palace. All of George's closest schoolmates have been invited, and Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will also be in attendance. Maybe even Uncle Harry and Aunt Meghan will drop by with his cousin Archie?

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  • The party agenda is reportedly set with tons of fun activities for the kiddos.

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    According to the insider, there will be a bouncy castle (of course it's a castle), and they've also reportedly hired a magician. It was apparently Will's idea to put on a magic show for George and his guests, as "George loves magic."

  • The menu also sounds delicious for both kids and adults.

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    The Cambridges have supposedly hired caterers to provide all of George's favorite foods, including pizza, pasta, and sliders. Dessert will be cupcakes, candy, and ice cream. Where the heck is our invitation? It sounds like a fantastic party!

  • We love that Kate and Will are giving him a kid-friendly birthday party.

    They've always tried to raise their kids to be as normal as possible, and a stuffy formal party isn't exactly fun for a 6-year-old -- even one who may eventually be the king of England. Bring on the bouncy castle, magic show, and pizza, please! We're sure George is going to be one happy camper.