‘Prince George Birthday Celebrated With Pizza Party’, At Local Eatery

Prince George’s birthday is right around the corner! On July 22, the young prince will be turning three years old. The duke and duchess made sure to make this party memorable for the young prince, or did they?

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A mock Prince George birthday bash was held at Pizza Express on Bow Street, according to Mirror. The restaurant decided to do a pretend birthday party photoshoot for Prince George at the eatery. They hired actor look-a-likes to play Prince William, Kate Middleton, Charlotte and birthday boy Prince George. Prince George was played by look-a-like Hayden Ursell, explained Express.

Prince George’s pretend party featured a 3 ft piñata cake that was was red, white and blue, resembling the British flag. The vanilla frosting and red, white and blue sprinkles also covered the cake. Not only did this desert look delicious on the outside, but it was filled with goodies on the inside. Baker Juliet Sears didn’t fill the cake with traditional desert flavoring, but with 250 dough balls, reported Express. Pizza Express is known for their signature dough balls.

Prince George’s birthday isn’t only being celebrated by Pizza Express, but by the United Kingdom as a whole. The restaurant on Bow Street will be sharing their celebratory spirit with the country’s citizens.The eatery will be offering a free portion of their popular dough balls to the first 100 customers that state the secret code at their establishment. Oh, by the way the secret code is “Prince George,” in case you plan on going to Pizza Express Bow Street.

Prince George’s birthday cake, pretend birthday cake if you will, can be seen by all. Pizza Express Bow Street will have the cake on display for a short period of time to celebrate the royal’s birthday.

The real Prince George’s pre-birthday week has been incredibly busy. Last week, the young prince went with his parents to an event to honor the 75th anniversary of SAS (Special Air Service), reported Mirror. Prince George is reportedly fascinated by aircrafts. Last Saturday, Prince George got to watch a flypast at the United Kingdom’s special forces camp, which is located in Credenhill, Hereford. The event also featured an unveiling of a statue to honor British victims from World War II. While the duke and duchess mingled with members and veterans who are apart of the SAS, Prince George played with other children and families at the event.

Prince George’s almost birthday isn’t the only time the young royal has been able to see cool aircrafts. Besides the SAS event, the young prince went with his parents on July 8 to the Royal International Air Tattoo. While at the event, Prince George had the opportunity to sit in the cockpit of a Red Arrows jet, reported Mirror.

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Yet again, Prince George got to see his beloved planes during Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday party. The entire royal family stood on the balcony of the Buckingham Palace to watch the flypast for the queen’s birthday, earlier this year.

Though a mock Prince George’s birthday party has already occurred, it has been rumored that the young heir might have an actual celebration at his Norfolk home in Anmer Hall. More details will hopefully emerge soon, regarding other parties for the young Prince.

Prince George is growing up so fast. The young royal will be attending school sooner than we think. Currently, Prince George is attending the Westacre Montessori School Nursery, several days a week. Kate Middleton and Prince William recently said that they’re “just trying to sort out schools now.” Finding an academic institution has proven to be “quite a challenge” for the duke and duchess.

[AP Photo/Matt Dunham, Pool, File]