Prince George is utilising his royal assets after warning school peers to “watch out”

George is aware of his royal future.
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Prince George understands his role in the royal family, but is also not afraid to remind his school peers of his father Prince William’s status as the next in line to the throne.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl has alleged the nine-year-old previously warned his peers to “watch out”.

Prince George is aware of his future royal responsibilities.

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“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’,” she wrote in her upcoming book ‘The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown’.

According to Katie, the eldest son to Prince William and Kate Middleton is not the only child being raised with an understanding of their royal responsibilities.

“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,” Katie wrote.

Prince William is next in line for the throne after King Charles.

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Prince William moved up in the line of succession following Queen Elizabeth’s passing, which resulted in King Charles being appointed the new monarch.

His wife Kate Middleton also received a title change to Princess of Wales, making her the first person to use the title since Princess Diana.

Although the Queen’s passing was rather sudden, author Robert Lacey commented in his book ‘Battle of Brothers’ the Kate and William have been preparing Prince George for his royal duties since 2020, “sometime around his seventh birthday.”

Princess Charlotte reminded her brother to bow.

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Charlotte and George already appear ready to take on their future royal responsibilities after being incredibly well-behaved during the Queen’s funeral, despite the weight of emotion.

During the event, Princess Charlotte can be seen reminding her older brother to bow.

“Striking were the children, George and Charlotte, who needed no speaking to, no reassuring hand, no entertaining or distracting and no guidance [during the funeral],” body language expert Dr Louise Mahler told Now to Love.

“Standing bolt upright and looking straight ahead for hours at a time can be astoundingly difficult.”

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