There’s no chance Meghan is green with envy as George receives VIP priority on his 10th birthday, while Archie gets snubbed. The new photo released to mark Prince George’s 10th birthday shows him smiling on a set of outdoor steps at Windsor, wearing a check shirt and real trousers.
As we now see pictures of members of the royal family regularly, it’s interesting to note how Prince Harry, William, and even King Charles looked at the age of 10.

In 1959, at the age of 10, King Charles was pictured wearing a blazer, shorts, and combed hair as he stood next to his mother, Queen Elizabeth, at London Airport.

In 1992, Prince William was seen smiling in a blue sky suit during a skiing holiday in Austria with his late mother, Princess Diana, who was going through her breakup with Prince Charles at the time. Similarly, at a VE Day ceremony in 1995, 10-year-old Prince Harry was pictured with his mother, Diana, wearing a suit and a red tie.

In contrast, Prince George turns 10 with an eventful month leading up to his birthday. He was seen at Wimbledon, where he watched the men’s singles final and met the young coin toss performer, Wazzy Anwar.

George also enjoyed a family day out at an air show, toured the Royal International Air Tattoo, and had a father-son day out at the cricket match with his father, Prince William.

Prince George, born on July 22nd, 2013, in the private Lindo wing of St. Mary’s Hospital, will be the 33rd monarch since William the Conqueror, if he follows the reigns of his grandfather, the king, and then his father, William.

On the other hand, Meghan Markle’s invitation to Prince Archie’s fourth birthday party seems to have been snubbed by an A-list celebrity, and even the royal family didn’t post anything to celebrate the occasion of the invisible child of Prince Harry and Meghan.

As we observe these events, it’s clear that Prince George is enjoying royal celebrations and attention on his birthday, while Archie’s birthday remains unacknowledged by some celebrities and the royal family.