At what time of age a child can understand that one day he will be the king of a country? The Cambridges have decided that they would not present the ‘king’ subject with their elder son, Prince George, up until a measured moment of their prime – shimmering William’s sadness at the random fashion in which the entire business of his royal intention had murmured about his head from the beginning.
The Duke of Cambridge didn’t open up about the timing when he told his son that he will be the future king. Perhaps, Prince George or future king, George will his side of the story by himself. But nearly boy’s 7th birthday in the summer of 2020, it is thought that William and Kate probed the details about what the little prince’s life of upcoming regal ‘service and duty’ would chiefly include.
William’s goal as a father, the prince stressed, was to provide “a normal family upbringing”, allowing the empire “to stay relevant and keep up with modern times”.
Gill Knappett, the royal author echoed this gush in William & Catherine: A Family Portrait, writing, “Like his father did, Prince George is enjoying as normal an upbringing as possible, with two parents determined to let him have as much privacy as possible.
“Although they want his early years to be comparatively free from protocol and formality, they know they have to balance this desire with a respect for royal tradition.
“Their son, after all, will one day be Head of State.” One way Prince William is letting his son relish the less moralistic and good facets of his childhood is through sport. Last week, William and Kate brought Prince George to a soccer match where Britain exploded in happiness as they beat their rival, Germany.
The newidea stated that throughout the match, George was on his best behavior. He put on a full suit to the game, pairing with his dad whose particular outfit was comprehensive with an authorized FA striped tie. George’s tie was similar, but not of the official sort.