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Queen Elizabeth II: The royal children should be kept out of the public eye

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte are still very young, but have of course been the focus of media attention since they were born. Their family, especially Queen Elizabeth II, does not want them to already know the truth about their royal life at this early stage.

Queen Elizabeth II (92) has a very special idea of the education of the royal children. She doesn't want Prince George (5), Princess Charlotte (3) and little Prince Louis. to be in the limelight at such a young age. After all, there will still be enough time for the royal duties later. This is also the opinion of Prince William (36) and Duchess Catherine (36), who have not yet told their son that one day he will become King. They also want to give their children the opportunity to have a normal childhood.

Queen Elizabeth II, head of the British monarchy

Queen Elizabeth II, glamurous as we know the head of the British monarchy.

Queen Elizabeth II: A normal childhood for the royal children

Queen Elizabeth II. is said to dislike it when it is "too much, too early. Her belief is that they are children and should stay out of the limelight", according to a former bodyguard of Lady Dianas (†36) in an interview with "People" magazine. "George will know exactly who he is, and William and Kate will want to make sure that his moment of entering royal glory is kept away as long as possible," he continues. 

Prince William has repeatedly stressed what a normal family he, his wife and the children are. This also applies to Prince George's school career, where he is treated like a normal student.

Princess Charlotte, Prince George, Prince William, Prince Louis and the Duchess of Cambridge

Princess Charlotte, Prince George, Prince William, Prince Louis and the Duchess of Cambridge 

Prince George's headmaster also spoke to "People" magazine, saying: "There won’t be any special treatment at all. In fact, what his parents would like for him, as any parent would like for their child, is they have a wonderful, fulfilling and private childhood in a place which is secure." Queen Elizabeth II seems to respect and even promote these wishes. It's nice to see that the head of the British monarchy puts the welfare of the young royals first!