My father will become king, watch out!

“My father is going to be king, so be careful” – these were the words of 9-year-old Prince George after being challenged by a classmate, reported in the “Daily Mail”. He is the eldest child of William and Kate and is second in line to the British crown after the death of his great-grandmother Elizabeth II.

The incident is described in royal biographer Katie Nicholl’s new book, The New Royls. In it, the author claims that the three children of the Prince and Princess of Wales – George, Charlotte and Louis – are being brought up with an understanding of the monarchy and a “sense of duty”.

According to Nicole, George was told from an early age that he would be king one day, but William and Kate are trying not to burden him with too much responsibility while he’s still young.

The biographer says that the 9-year-old heir to the throne is now fully aware of who he is and what role fate has assigned him.

In her book, Katie also insists Kate Middleton admires the parenting techniques used by Prince Edward and Sophie, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, whose children are 18-year-old Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn, who is 14. The two youngsters are the youngest grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, and despite their parents being active royals, they grew up away from public influence.

Following the example of Wessex, the Duchess of Cambridge wants to raise her children away from public life and give them a normal childhood.


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