Prince George was a very cute little boy when he was seen at the European Championships with his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton, but behind the scenes the young man was “full of mischief”.
Royal expert Duncan Larcombe claims that the seven-year-old is full of lobes and full of fun and puts fingers around the people around him. The biggest victims of his mischief are his younger siblings– Princess Charlotte, six and Prince Louis.
“Although Prince George may be the king of the castle of the future, he is not yet the king of the castle. He is not Little Lord Fantalare,” said Larcombe. Okay fine! About the line in the third about the magazine throne.
The royal expert added, “He is a bully (almost) eight-year-old boy, full of mischief and always playing tricks and jokes on his younger sister and brother.”
Larcombe noted that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have made every effort to ensure that their son remains underground despite the power that lies ahead for him. “Hopefully, George will be able to enjoy all the benefits of royal life, but without the unusual, bizarre effect of growing in a golden fish bowl. He will have to explain the extraordinary circumstances that caused him to be born.” It has happened and hopefully, as a result, his head is not asking. ” He said, “Pope and he doesn’t go completely insane, as has happened to some of his family members.”
Larcombe’s comments come weeks after a new book Claimed George was told about his future as King of Britain around his seventh birthday in July last year. Robert Lucy states in a chapter of his book “Brothers of Brothers” that William wants to live a more ordinary life, contrary to his own experience, where “the whole business of his royal destiny revolved around his head.” Was from the beginning. “
The royal author writes in the book that “William’s purpose as a father, the prince, was to insist that he provide his son with a ‘normal family upbringing’ that would allow the kingdom to be ‘relevant and modern’. Give the ability to live.