Prince William and Kate Middleton have prepared Prince George, third to the British throne, for his future role in the royal family by describing it as “a book of stories,” a source said.
While the young royal is only six and his sister Princess Charlotte is four, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 38, have started talking to their eldest children about what their roles are. will soon involve.
“William and Kate have spoken to George and Charlotte about their future roles before, but in a childish way that they understand without feeling overwhelmed,” the insider told Closer.
“George knows there is something special about him and that one day he will be the future King of England.”
Prince William and Kate Middleton prepared six-year-old Prince George for his role as future King of England by explaining it as a “storybook,” a source told Closer. Pictured, Princess Charlotte arrives for her first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea in London on September 5, 2019
Prince George of Cambridge in the garden of their home in Kensington Palace, central London, released to mark his sixth birthday on July 22, 2019
The source then described the different personalities of each of the children and explained how they already demonstrate good leadership skills.
“George has grown into a confident little boy and loves meeting new people, and Charlotte is a social butterfly,” the insider added.
“They don’t get nervous in public and are already showing signs of becoming great leaders.”
“Louis has a great personality and is an outgoing kid, he has a cute cheeky side, like his sister.”
The source went on to say that Prince George has grown into a “confident little boy and loves meeting new people”, while Princess Charlotte is a “social butterfly”. Pictured, arriving to attend the Christmas morning church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk on December 25, 2019
Last year, Prince William revealed that his eldest son, Prince George, is passionate about Lego movies and adores Disney’s The Lion King.
Asked by a young boy on a train at Paddington Station in London, the Duke said: “He quite likes The Lion King, we have seen him many times.
“He also watched a few Lego movies. Trying to keep it away from the television is hard work.
In September, Prince George was joined at his school – Thomas’ school in Battersea, south London – by his sister Princess Charlotte.
And two months later, brother and sister joined the Queen at her Sandringham estate when they first attended the Christmas Day church service before greeting well-wishers.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend the Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church on the Sandringham Estate on December 25, 2019 in King’s Lynn (pictured together)