July 20, 2018

Prince George receives very special gift from Royal Mint on 5th birthday

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The Royal Mint immortalized Prince George with a special coin commemorating his fifth birthday.

Prince George, firstborn of Prince William and Kate Middleton, will be celebrating his birthday this Sunday. It is meant to be an exciting day for the Royal Family as the future King would turn five years old.

In commemoration of the occasion, a new £5 coin has been released by the Royal Mint. The coin is a collectible and features the legend of St. George and the Dragon and the year 2018.

It has a special package and presentation titled The Progress of a Prince. Fans of the Royal family can purchase the memorabilia from the Royal family website for £13. Read more about Prince George on our Twitter account @amomama_usa. 

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The silver version of the coin is priced at £82.50. The celebration sovereign, which will be made on the Prince's 5th Birthday this Sunday, is priced at £500

Prince William and Kate had Prince George, their first child on 22 July 2013. On that date, the Royal mint made a beautiful gesture by giving 'lucky' silver pennies to children born on the same day as George.

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The Royal Mint released coins to commemorate George's first and second birthdays along with his christening in October 2013. George is third in the line to the throne.

As reported by Hello Magazine, Kate is expected to throw a party for her little boy at her parents' family home in Berkshire, away from the limelight.

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George was last seen in public at the christening of his baby brother, Prince Louis, on July 9 and in official photos marking the royal baptism.

It is expected that William and Kate will release new portraits of the Prince for his fifth birthday, as reported by Mirror.

George's parents have tried to give him a normal upbringing. However, George and his younger Sister Princess Charlotte have made more public appearances as they have grown older.

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