Now that summer has arrived, Prince George and his siblings may take some well-deserved time off from school. Only time will tell what the royals have planned for the summer, but they will almost certainly spend some time at Sandringham and/or Balmoral.
While George has had a busy few months, including a significant role at his grandpa King Charles’ coronation, he has still found time to enjoy some traditional sports. George travelled to London with his father over the weekend to watch the Ashes cricket series between England and Australia. The baby prince appeared cheerful as he ate pizza with his father, yet there were photos of him that concerned some royal enthusiasts.
Every day, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis interact with one another. All three are students at Lambrook School, which they began attending after their family relocated to Windsor.
According to body language expert Inbaal Honigman, George was “fully engaged” at the athletic event.
“George appears to be much older than his years. “There’s no fidgeting; he’s sitting patiently, watching and chatting,” Honigman added. “He responds to what he sees and hears with clear facial gestures, demonstrating his responsiveness.”
“Young children are often lost in their own thoughts and their own world,” the body language expert continued. He’s completely immersed in his surroundings.”
Adrianne Carter, popularly known as The Face Whisperer, stated that George appeared “self-conscious” at past sports events. However, he did not appear shy this time.
“William comes across as a hands-on parent who is willing to spend one-on-one time with his oldest son.” “He wants to demonstrate a close bond to the rest of the world,” Carter explained.
“In this clip, we see a confident boy growing and remaining calm in the face of scrutiny.” George can appear self-conscious in certain clips from earlier events, but we don’t see any of it in this clip.”