It will take some time for George to take the throne, but Will and Kate are grooming the prince.
Prince William and Duchess Kate want to give their children as normal a childhood as possible, but of course they have to tell their eldest son what awaits them one day.
in the footsteps of the gang
It may be some time before Prince George follows in the footsteps of his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth ‘Gan-Gan’. First there are Prince Charles and Prince William, and if they too continue to the throne until at least 95 years old, then we are already talking about the year 2077. However, George already knew what his future would look like. , so did Duchess Kate and Prince William. He reportedly told her last year that he might one day call himself the King of the United Kingdom.
Royal family biographer Robert Lacey, who delves deeply into the life of the Cambridges and also provides historical advice to producers Crownknows how it would have gone.
“William didn’t say how and when he told his son the big news. Perhaps George will tell us himself one day. We believe that around his seventh birthday, in the summer of 2020, his parents They must have told more about their future with royal ‘slavery and duties’,” Lacey said. “William’s goal as a father, as the prince has emphasized, is to give his son as normal upbringing as possible so that the monarchy ‘remains relevant and progresses over time’.”
By not explaining the great work that rests on Prince George’s small shoulders until later in life, Prince William does it differently than his parents. According to Lacey, this “reflects William’s own dissatisfaction with the haphazard manner in which the entire event of his royal fortune revolves around his head from the very beginning.”
So when Prince George posed for this iconic four-generation photo with his father, grandfather and grandmother in 2019, he had no idea how much the snapshot meant.
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