In pictures: Royal first birthdays

Prince George has been pictured in an official photograph to mark his first birthday. It is the latest in a long line of such royal baby photos.

Prince George Prince George is shown at the Sensational Butterflies outdoor exhibition at London's Natural History Museum. He celebrates his birthday on Tuesday
Prince William His father, Prince William, was photographed with the Prince and Princess of Wales in the grounds of Government House in Auckland in 1983
Prince Harry Two years later, in 1985, Diana, Princess of Wales, was pictured carrying Prince Harry
Prince Charles Prince Charles posed for the photographer with his mother on his first birthday in 1949
Princess Anne In 1951, Princess Anne was photographed in the arms of the then Princess Elizabeth, with the Duke of Edinburgh holding Prince Charles
Princess Anne and Prince Charles In this picture for her first birthday, Princess Anne was joined by Prince Charles
Zara and Peter Phillips Princess Anne's children with Captain Mark Phillips, Zara and Peter Phillips, were captured in this portrait in 1982
Prince Andrew Baby Prince Andrew was pictured with his parents and siblings in 1961
Prince Edward The young Prince Edward appeared in this family snap on the Queen's 39th birthday in 1965
Princess Elizabeth The Duke and Duchess of York and King George V and Queen Mary are shown with the future Queen Elizabeth II in 1927

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