After Queen Elizabeth’s death, Prince George is now third in the line of succession. He is aware of his status and the prospective position he might hold in the future, if rumours are to be believed.
He is also aware of the enormous responsibility his father, Prince William, carries; according to reports, George has already warned his classmates to “look out” because his father is the heir to the throne.
Of course, it’s crucial to remember that George is also just like any other child, even though he is being educated and groomed for life as a king. That indicates that he enjoys being active, has likes and dislikes, and has interests and hobbies.
The little Prince George is highly interested in tennis, as is well known. That’s all well and good, but according to recent reports, he has discovered a new interest, one that worries his mother, Kate Middleton.
Kate and William made the announcement that their children would transfer from their London schools to Lambrook School in Windsor at the end of August.
In a statement, it was stated that “Their Royal Highnesses are enormously grateful to Thomas’s Battersea, where George and Charlotte have had happy starts to their education since 2017 and 2019 respectively. They are pleased to have found a school for all three of their children which shares a similar ethos and values to Thomas’s.”
Even while martial arts are good for the body and the soul and are essential for learning self-defense, not everyone is thrilled about the thought of George being involved. Sean claims that while William supports it, Kate Middleton is “a little bit nervous.”
Apparently, Prince George has taken this to heart and is acting accordingly. He enjoys the notion of, sort of, taking care of himself, Neil Sean remarked.
The Prince of Wales believes that this will help him develop his character and give him a measure of independence.