Prince George and Charlotte expected to attend coronation for training

Prince George and Charlotte showing ‘teamwork’ says Nicholl

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At the ages of nine and seven, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are beginning to attend royal events, alongside their parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales. The two eldest children of Prince William are currently second and third in the line of succession and are reportedly going to use their expected attendance at King Charles’ Coronation on May 6, 2023 as training for their future as senior royals. Speaking on a recent episode of Entertainment Tonight, royal expert Katie Nicholl spoke about their roles within the monarchy.

She described how Prince George is “aware” that he will one day be King.

Ms Nicholl also described the Windsor move for Prince William and Kate’s family as a “bold move” but one which will allow them to “have a life more out of the spotlight”.

Speaking on William and Kate’s three children, in particular George and Charlotte, Ms Nicholl said we should expect to “see more of that” as the two children fall in the line of succession.

She said the royal future is a “powerful one” and their attendance at various events, like the Coronation, will be expected.

She added that “where they can” and “where it’s not disrupted to the school routine”, we will see the Wale’s include their children more.

Ms Nicholl said: “The same that William always had his wingman in Harry, I think it’s rather wonderful that that is being echoed here with George and Charlotte.

“You’re going to see, I think, real teamwork at place here.”

Ms Nicholl also added the Kate and William are reportedly looking to the Earl and Countess of Wessex on how to raise their children.

They are using them as a “sort of, template”, in particular due to the fact that the Wessex’ children have “remarkably ordinary lives” for children born into the Royal Family.

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Lady Louise Windsor, the 18-year-old daughter of Prince Edward, worked a summer job at a garden centre this year, with many royal fans praising the couple for raising their children to live as normal lives as possible.

Prince George was born in 2013, followed two years later by his younger sister, Princess Charlotte.

The two royals were most recently in attendance at the late Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral last month.

They were praised by many royal fans for their well-mannered behaviour and for “doing so well” during the service.


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One royal fan wrote on Twitter: “Prince George and Princess Charlotte are doing so well”.

Another called them “a credit to their parents”.

The Prince and Princess of Wales also have a four-year-old son, Prince Louis.


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