Along with his parents and brothers, Prince George has enjoyed a fun-filled summer. There are still a few weeks till school starts, but because the future young king has grown accustomed to attending Lambrook, in a few years he will probably follow in his father’s footsteps and enrol at the prestigious school of Eton.
Prince George has, at this point, at least somewhat familiarised himself with his prospective profession. He has already made several notable royal appearances with his family, including serving as Page of Honour at the crowning of his grandpa, King Charles.
In addition, at their Easter Service earlier this year, George assumed a new position in his family’s hierarchy, which, according to one expert, shows that the young prince is taking on more responsibility.
When Prince George was born, there was a tremendous amount of media interest and excitement from both the UK and other countries.
Naturally, the birth of a future king is a significant event for a monarchy, and everything proceeded as expected. But a birth certificate feature that made headlines and reportedly worried Kate was revealed.
Even though Prince George is just 10 years old, his parents are already preparing him for the future. He frequently appears with his parents at royal events.
Even as the horse carriage travelled through the streets of London, he was permitted to repeatedly hone his waving technique towards onlookers.
The absence of a surname on royal birth certificates from those of the general public is a significant distinction. The royals don’t have one, which is the obvious explanation. However, the royal family can go by their title or be referred to as Mountbatten-Windsor, which is the name of the royal house, if necessary.
In the Royal Air Force, for instance, William was known as Flight Lieutenant William Wales, while Princess Beatrice of York went by the name Beatrice York while she was a university student.