A seven-year-old girl has won a competition to design a card fit for a King.
Lilli-Mai Wheeler from Brierley Hill primary school entered the competition along with fellow pupils.
Her winning design has now been printed onto commemorative cards and sent to Clarence House in time for the Prince's birthday on the July 22nd.
The competition was held by Fat-Chilli art projects and had entries from 26 different schools across the UK keen to commemorate the Prince's first birthday.
Second place in the contest went to Leila Gladwin from Good for Busy Bees LPS in Ledbury. Lily Wiseman of Angel Day nursery in Cheltenham was one of two runners-up.