Prince George Is All Grown Up in 10th Birthday Portrait
Since getting married on April 29, 2011, Prince William and Kate Middleton, have welcomed three adorable children. Kate gave birth to each of her kids in the private Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in London, and since each baby's arrival, the young family has constantly been in the public eye.
This year, the family attended Easter Sunday church service together, and Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis were all in the spotlight at their grandfather King Charles III's coronation on May 6. In June, the trio were in the spotlight again at Charles's first Trooping the Colour as king, waving together from the balcony at Buckingham Palace. And on July 16, Charlotte got to attend Wimbledon for the very first time alongside her older brother and parents; Kate is the patron of the All England Club and always attends the annual contest. And while George, Charlotte, and Louis seem to get into the same amount of hijinks as any family of kids, with Charles's coronation the trio are now second, third and fourth in the the line of succession to the British throne.
Most recently, Will and Kate shared a new portrait of their eldest son, George, in honor of his 10th birthday on July 22.
Ahead, learn more about Kate and Will's brood and see some of our favorite photos of them — including, but not limited to, the ones that have captured their silliest moods and faces.
Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge
The eldest child of William and Kate, Prince George, was born on July 22, 2013. He's second in line to the throne after his father (who he calls "Pops"). The hilarious little boy has a huge personality, and if he's not sporting a wide grin in photos, he's wearing one of his many other priceless facial expressions. At his grandfather's coronation, he served as a page of honour.
Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge
Princess Charlotte, Kate and Will's middle child and only daughter, was born on May 2, 2015. The cheeky little lady — who is often making silly faces or getting caught on camera in funny scenarios — is third in line for the throne behind her dad and older brother. She's the first-ever female royal to be able to hold her place in line for the throne despite having a baby brother (before her birth, the rule said that brothers would always jump in front of their sisters).
Charlotte is a big fan of soccer (or as the Brits call it, football) and in July 2022 she and her dad posted a video to Instagram of themselves wishing the English women's national team, known as the Lionesses, luck as they competed for the UEFA Women's Championship (which the won). She'll surely be watching as they compete in the 2023 Women's World Cup.
Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge
The youngest of the crew, Prince Louis was born on April 23, 2018. He's currently fourth in line to the throne behind his dad, brother, and sister. As the youngest, Louis appeared at his first-ever royal engagement on May 8, joining his family at the Big Help Out event, a day when people in the UK are encouraged to volunteer.