Prince George — the eldest child of Prince William and Kate Middleton — is turning six years old on Jul 22. Where did time go? It seemed like it was only yesterday that the world waited for the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first child.

Prince George is formally known as Prince George Alexander Louis. He is third in the line to the British throne, following his grandfather Prince Charles and his father. However, on his special day, the little prince will be just like any other kid who wants to have fun.

Sources have revealed that Prince George's celebration will be held at the Kensington Palace, which is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

As always, the Duchess of Cambridge — whose family owns a party supplies company — is said to be overseeing the preparations of the much-anticipated day.

"The agenda is set to be chock-full of entertainment for George and his guests. In addition to a bouncy castle fit for a royal, Kate and William have hired a magician," US Weekly said, citing an insider source who was not named. Prince George reportedly loves magic.

Aside from his siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, Prince George's birthday crowd will also include his schoolmates. Perhaps, the prince's baby cousin Archie, son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, will also be there.

The party guests will feast on Prince George's favorite food such as pizza, pasta and sliders. For dessert, they will have their fill of cupcakes, candy and ice cream.

To commemorate George's special day, his parents are also expected to release a new portrait of the prince. Last year, photographer Matt Porteous had the honor of snapping his adorable shots.

So far, the most lavish of the prince's birthdays was his fifth one. At that time, the family went to the Caribbean island of Mustique. His grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton was said to have joined them for that holiday-cum-birthday trip. Nevertheless, Prince George is guaranteed to be one happy kid wherever his birthday may be. He will have so many more parties and holidays to look forward to.

Prince George was born in 2013 at the St. Mary's Hospital in Paddington, London. The Duke and Duchess brought him home the day after his birth. Then, a day after that, they announced his name. He was christened on Oct 23, 2013 at The Chapel Royal at St. James’s Palace by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Happy Birthday Prince George! During his first official trip, Prince George had his first official play date at the Government House in Wellington, New Zealand. Reuters