It seems only yesterday that Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, were introducing the world to their first son, Prince George, by standing on the stairs outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital. Following their birth on July 22, 2013, William and Kate welcomed two more children—Princess Charlotte in 2015 and Prince Louis in 2018.
The Cambridge kiddos are growing up right before our eyes and fans love to hear about how siblings get along and their personalities. Now, we’re finding out that George loves to joke around with his brother and sister. Here’s more on that and when William and Kate told George that he would someday be king.
Prince George’s personality compared to his siblings
The siblings reportedly get along very well, which is good considering that they spent so much together in 2020 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown and school closures for some time. They are reportedly different when it comes to their personalities. Prince Louis has already shown big personality at his young age and delighted royal fans with his “crazy face” at Trooping the Color in 2019. Meanwhile Charlotte is a lot more outgoing than George.
“George is more reserved and Charlotte is more outgoing,” a royal insider previously shared people, adding it could be “because [George is] heir and one day he may be king.”
And as Queen Elizabeth once said, the little princess really does seek out her older brother. When the emperor met a young man named Emily, who had won a religious education project, and his younger sister Hadley asked if Emily “cares for” her brother. “It’s on the other side,” said the girls’ mother, Ellen. To which Queen Elizabeth replied: “It’s the same with Charlotte and George.”
George ‘loves to poke fun at Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis’
So while Jorge isn’t as outgoing as Louis and Charlotte, he does like to joke around with his siblings.
“Although Prince George may be the future king of the palace, he is not yet king of the palace. He is not Little Lord Fauntleroy,” royal writer Duncan Larcombe told OK! (Peru express) “He is a scoundrel … full of mischief and always plays tricks and jokes with his younger sister and brother.”
When it comes to George’s future role and his position in the family, Larcombe said that his parents “have to explain the extraordinary circumstances in which he was born and hope that, as a result, his head doesn’t explode.” “
Prince William and Kate Middleton have reportedly told George that he would be king
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are believed to have already negotiated with their eldest son what the future holds for him. According to Netflix biographer and historian Crown Robert Lacey, William and his wife decide to tell George that he will one day become king around the prince’s 7th birthday.
“William didn’t tell the world how and when he gave his son the big news. Maybe one day George will tell us the story himself,” Lacey wrote in her book. brothers fight (Per daily Mail) “But it is sometimes thought around the boy’s 7th birthday in the summer of 2020 that his parents went into more detail about what was going on in the life of the little prince of the future royal ‘service and duty’. What would be involved. William’s purpose as a father, the prince insisted, was to give his son ‘a normal family upbringing’, for the monarchy to ‘remain relevant and keep up with modern times’ was to be enabled.
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