Prince William, Kate Middleton Told ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’ To the Children

The couple shares three children are parents to Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte who are in the line of the heir to the throne. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s allegedly made potential to their three children during royal life, an expert claimed. Prince William and Kate have three children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

They all are in line for the throne, with George behind his dad and grandfather Prince Charles. Duncan Larcombe talks to the OK! Magazine that the couple will have to explain the “extraordinary circumstances” where George has “been born into”. Mr. Larcombe said: “We know when [George] turned seven his parents told him about, as [Prince] Harry would put it, the ‘curse ‘of his birthright and told him he will be King one day.

“But he doesn’t appear to be a little sod who has let it all go to his head. “He looks normal and this was Kate and William’s promise to all of their kids.” George lately joined the Euro 2020 final together with his parents. But the young royal seen prepared as England lost a  trophy to Italy.

George was also spotted and looked adorable in a similar suit to Prince William. In June, George also appeared England’s match against Germany in the quarter-final. As per royal commentator Charles Rae, George’s upcoming advents will be “carefully monitored” as that will be what the Cambridges want.

Mr. Rae told Entertainment Daily!: “George has been in training to be king from the day he was born just like dad William and grandad Charles. “I think we will see more of George and his siblings at fun-type events. “But William and Catherine will want to be careful that his public appearances will be carefully monitored.”

In the interim, George is third in line to the throne. And that seems pretty immediate. Princess Charlotte, 6, is fourth in line while Prince Louis, three, is fifth in line. Kate and William have disclosed that told George he will become King one day in summer 2020, after his seventh birthday. Robert Lacey wrote in his book, Battle of Brothers: “William’s aim as a father, the prince stressed, was to give his son a normal family upbringing.”

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