Irish Guards play ‘Happy Birthday’ for Prince George on his birthday

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Moment Irish Guards play ‘Happy Birthday’ for Prince George on his birthday. The Queen, 96, affectionately known as ‘Gan Gan’ to the young royal, shared a photograph of the two standing together during the balcony at Buckingham Palace at the end of the Platinum Pageant on The Mall last month. It was followed by a post from Prince Charles, 73, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 75, who shared an ice cream emoji and wrote: ‘Happy 9th Birthday to Prince George!’

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