How Duchess Catherine is preparing Prince George for his role as king
Duchess Kate and Prince William are the proud parents of three young royals. Their first-born Prince George is third in line to the British throne and is already learning important skills for when he will be monarch. Kate and William are doing all that is in their power to make sure that he is prepared for his upcoming duties.
Prince George (5) is third in line to the British throne after his grandfather, Prince Charles (70), and his father, Prince William (36). The young royal has two younger siblings, Princess Charlotte (3) and Prince Louis (7 months). Psychologist Jeffrey Hughes revealed to the Express that being growing up with younger siblings will make Prince George the perfect monarch.
George to enjoy a normal upbringing
The young prince, who celebrated his fifth birhday in July, will benefit from his mother, Duchess Catherine's (36), relatively normal upbringing. The Duchess of Cambridge wants her children to have a normal childhood, away from the prying eyes of the world's paparazzi.
Even if Prince George will never be out of the public eye completely, a somewhat normal everyday life should benefit him enormously.
Did you know that royals who are directly in line to the throne never travel together by plane? This tradition is rooted in the fear that otherwise, in the case of a crash, there would be no one left to reign Britain.