Prince George, 9 is clearly in line to the throne, standing behind his father Prince Williams.
During the burial of Queen Elizabeth, Prince George was spotted alongside his sister Princess Charlotte as they walked beside the Queen’s coffin during the procession.
They are bare of age, but the sense of duty is kicking in. Losing someone is hard, to begin with, and during the burial, Kate was seen comforting George.
Kate and Williams didn’t want the loss to affect the kids a lot so they made sure they continued going to school.
School Teacher, Elaine Gee from Woking, England in an Interview with People, revealed her discussion with Kate and Williams on the situation at hand.
“I told him how I work at a school and how it’s been a strange year celebrating the Jubilee and now it’s all changed and we are talking about this,” Gee said.
“He spoke about George, Charlotte, and Louis, saying that they were trying to keep some sense of continuity for them at school and keep things as normal as possible.”
“Catherine thanked me, and she said that all the nation was feeling it,” Elaine added. “They were both very kind and gentle and genuine. It was very special—definitely a moment I will always treasure.”
It was also discovered that the three children, George, Charlotte, and Loius don’t go by their official titles in school. In school, Prince George’s mates refer to him as PG, “Prince George,” that’s his initials.
Last month George and Charlotte had to move to a new school, Lambrook School in Windsor. This was done so that the three children can all be in one school.
“We are delighted that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will be joining us this coming September and very much look forward to welcoming the family, as we all as all of our new pupils, to our school community,” Jonathan Perry, headmaster at Lambrook, said.
George in his new school didn’t find it hard settling in as he made sure he reminded his classmates that his father is going to be king.
Nichol wrote, per Express, “They are raising their children, particularly Prince George, with an awareness of who he is and the role he will inherit, but they are keen not to weigh them down with a sense of duty. George understands he will one day be king and as a little boy sparred with friends at school, outdoing his peers with the killer line: ‘My dad will be king so you better watch out.’”