Crown Prince Tupouto’a turns 32 in Hawaiʻi

Crown Prince Tupoutoʻa ʻUlukālala has celebrated his birthday while travelling in Hawaiʻi.

The Crown Prince and his wife Crown Princess Sinaitakala Tuku’aho along with their kāinga have celebrated his 32nd birthday in Honolulu.

The eldest son of King Tupou VI has been heir to the throne since his father became monarch in 2012.

His name Tupouto’a means the Prince is the estate holder of the island of Nomuka in Ha’apai and the village of ʻUtulau in Tongatapu.

The ‘Ulukālala title means he is the estate holder of the village of Tu’anuku in Vava’u.

The celebration today was attended by his kāinga from these villages and island as well as kāinga of his mother and father who were residing in Hawaiʻi.

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