Prince George will celebrate his sixth birthday on Monday (July 22).
It's been reported that the youngster will spend his special day with parents William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and his younger siblings Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, one.
According to The Sun, the celebrations will consist of a small family gathering at Anmer Hall – the Cambridges’ Norfolk estate, where George will also be spending much of the summer holidays.
However, George has reportedly made a simple request about the celebrations.
The royal apparently wants it to be small and low-key.
The publication reports that there is also talk of a small event for his school friends in London.
George spent his fifth birthday on the Caribbean island of Mustique with his parents.
There were claims this month that the family could jet off to the relaxing island for the second summer in a row.
Last year, The Royal Mint produced a series of limited edition silver and gold coins to mark the prince's birthday.
He hits it off best with those people who are most comfortable in their own skin.
The 750 limited-edition gold sovereigns were priced at £500 each and sold out quickly.
Speaking about how George is growing up as a royal, a source told The Sun: "He hits it off best with those people who are most comfortable in their own skin.
"His favourite uncle is Mike Tindall, because he larks about and never takes himself too seriously.
"Considering the huge wealth and privilege at his disposal, some people might be surprised to hear that George’s favourite things are spending time with his mum, cooking pizzas from scratch and pottering about in the garden."
Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that George had a private tennis lesson from tennis legend Roger Federer.
Roger later confirmed he had been to Kate's parents Carole and Michael Middleton's home to meet George.
Kate had earlier revealed that Roger was George's favourite player.
Speaking to reporters about George being a huge fan of him, Roger said: "At that stage it's all about just touch the ball, it's already good. Same with my boys.
"I think I have a little advantage that I actually spent some time, you know, with him.
"I'm the only player he's ever met. Then you have a little head start in who is your favourite player."
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