A one-year-old St Paul's Cray girl celebrated her first birthday on Tuesday - the same day as Prince George - throwing a huge party that attracted 200 guests.
While George was living it up at a tea party in the grounds of Kensington Palace, Mintyrose Baker's big bash took place under a marquee in Star Lane, Orpington.
Mintyrose, born at the Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough, wore a stunning pink dress - a birthday gift - and received an impressive cake decorated with images of her and George.
Mother Racheal, 31, of Lullingstone Crescent, said: "The day went brilliantly. She was so excited and she had a brilliant time.
"Loads of people came down, children her age and older children as she has two older sisters.
"The cake we had made for her was made by Julie Scrumptious Cakes in St Paul's Cray, who are fantastic."
She added: "Mintyrose may not be royalty, but in my eyes she will always be the little princess of the family."
Mintyrose and Prince George: A comparison
Mintyrose - 200 guests attended Mintyrose's birthday party under a marquee at Star Lane, Orpington
George - Tea party at Kensington Palace on Tuesday afternoon, attended by the likes of Prince Harry, Pippa Middleton and the Queen
Mintyrose - Cake from Julie Scrumptious Cakes, St Paul's Cray
George - Spanish cake made by George's nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo
Mintyrose - Miniture BMW car - which can be operated by remote control and driven, pink dress, new cot and push chair
George - first-edition Beatrix Potter books, wooden toys including train set spelling out George’s name, hamper containing miniature ugg boots
Mintyrose - watching 1994 children's cartoon Thumbellina
George - eating - baby George is said to be particularly fond of sweet potatoes
Mintyrose - Racheal hopes her daughter will one day be a doctor
George - King of England
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