"Prince Golden got cake wasted and made sure all his guests had a blast!" Nick Cannon's son Golden's mom Brittany Bell captioned a party-photo gallery

By Jen Juneau
March 02, 2018 11:35 AM
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Prince for a day!

Nick Cannon‘s son Golden turned 1 on Feb. 21, celebrating over the weekend with a “Golden Safari”-themed bash — where the birthday boy donned a gold crown, of course.

A variety of desserts were sprinkled throughout the African-inspired festivities, which also included live drum music, activities like painting and dancing and tons of gold balloons.

“Finally coming down from the birthday high. 🎉 The Golden Safari was amazing,” Golden’s mama Brittany Bell captioned an Instagram photo gallery from the event, which was designed by The Lettering Latina.

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Golden Cannon’s first birthday party

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Golden Cannon’s first birthday party

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Golden Cannon’s first birthday party

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Golden Cannon’s first birthday party

Two very special guests in attendance to celebrate their little brother’s first birthday? Twins Moroccan Scott and Monroe, Cannon’s 6½-year-old son and daughter with ex Mariah Carey.

“Prince Golden got cake wasted and made sure all his guests had a blast! I love you Golden,” Bell continued on her post, adding a slew of hashtags like “#TheGoldenONE,” “#theGoldenboy” and “#stayGolden.”

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Credit: Brittany Bell/Instagram

Golden Cannon’s first birthday party

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Credit: Brittany Bell/Instagram

Golden Cannon’s first birthday party

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Credit: Brittany Bell/Instagram

Golden Cannon’s first birthday party

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Credit: Brittany Bell/Instagram

Golden Cannon’s first birthday party

Cannon, 37, recently opened up to PEOPLE about why he isn’t a huge fan of the term “co-parenting” when it comes to raising his twins with Carey.

“It’s funny when they say ‘co-parenting’ — that phrase is a little redundant,” the actor and musician told PEOPLE in January. “You can’t co-parent, you have to parent, and that’s what we do well because when it comes to our children, we’re selfless individuals — they’re first.”