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The Queen apparently favors Prince George and leaves presents at the foot of his bed when he visits the Buckingham Palace

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  • A royal insider told the Daily Mail that the Queen apparently favors Prince George, who turns 6-years-old tomorrow, and leaves presents at the foot of his bed when he visits Buckingham Palace.
  • George, who is third in line to the throne, calls his 93-year-old grandmother "Gan Gan."
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A royal insider told the Daily Mail that the Queen apparently favors William and Kate's oldest son, Prince George, and even leaves presents at the foot of his bed when he visits Buckingham Palace. George calls his 93-year-old grandmother "Gan Gan."

Tomorrow, Prince George turns 6-years-old, and the Daily Mail reports he has requested a small family gathering – a telling sign of his supposedly shy personality. The Queen picks out little presents herself for his visits, so will no doubt have something planned for the big day. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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