Prince George celebrates second birthday at local soft play centre
BRITAIN’S future king has celebrated turning two with a party at a soft play centre in Fring.
Prince George’s party at his grandmother’s house nearby was cancelled because she did not want sticky little hands all over her collection of Christmas cards from dictators.
Instead the heir and pals will visit Chimpy Funsters nearby, where they will enjoy two hours’ access to the play equipment, a meal, a party bag and a visit from Chimpy himself.
Prince George is expected to enjoy diving for soiled sweets in the ball pool, being shoved over by older children with extensive temporary tattoos, and watching the teenage staff clean the big slide after a defecation incident.
Nanny Eleanor Shaw said: “They don’t really have friends at that age, so we’ve just invited Princess Ariane of the Netherlands, Prince Sultan of Saudi Arabia, Princess Amalia Gabriela Maria Theresa of Luxembourg, the usual crowd.
“They do a lunch, chicken dippers with a big pile of Wotsits as a starter, washed down with a blue slushie then an eight-tier birthday cake by Royal bakers Fisher & Donaldson. With minions on.
“Then a tattooed goth lad with sixteen piercings comes out in a monkey outfit last washed in 2012 with cigarette burns on the feet.”
The party will be eclipsed by the celebration of Prince Giorgi Bagration-Bagrationi of Georgia’s fourth birthday in September, which will be Ben 10-themed and held in a local community hall.