Prince George Gets Preferential Treatment That Sets Him Aside From His Siblings
Prince George is “very different” from his royal brother and sister and he knows it according to a royal source. How does the 7-year old already know about his auspicious and predestined path to one day rule the UK?
Apparently George is “singled out” to be the lucky one to spend time more time with his great-grandmother the Queen and his grandfather Prince Charles.
It’s being reported that the tyke, “gets taken away,” from his sister Princess Charlotte, five, and brother Prince Louis, two, for photoshoots with his father Prince William, 38, Her Majesty, 94, and the Prince of Wales, 71.
Prince George is already being treated differently from the rest of his family
Royal expert Katie Nicholl thinks that this preferential treatment means that George, despite his young age, “understands that he’s different from them,” even though his parents William and Kate have claimed to want their children to be treated as equals.
Nicholl told OK! that she thinks that the idea of George one day being crowned king is a concept that is slowly being introduced to the young man.
“The true enormity of what his life will one day be isn’t something he’s fully aware of yet,” she said. Even if the adults tried to pound it into his tender head, the idea of politics, government, and ruling classes is not decipherable to any 7-year old anyway.
How is Prince George responding to his lot in life?
Nicholl added, “I think George understands as William did from a very early age, that he’s different from his younger brother and sister and that he’ll have a different future.”
“After all, he gets taken away to do photoshoots with Her Majesty the Queen, so he must notice he’s been singled out.”
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To her point, the Queen’s 2019 Christmas Day message included the film of George learning how to make Christmas puddings together with his father, grandfather Charles, and the monarch. His brother and sister were not invited.
Also, George was included in a portrait with Her Majesty, her son, and grandson, that was released to the public in January 2020.
Despite his breakout appearances, Kate and William and Kate have tried to make all of their children feel equal said, Nicholl. For the moment the kids are being homeschooled by their parents due to the mandated coronavirus isolation period.