Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William have already been increasing their workload in preparation for the demands of the roles of Prince and Princess of Wales they are due to inherit in the future. But in addition to taking on Prince Charles’ duties when they advance in the pecking order, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will also be faced with the monumental task of preparing Prince George for his future role as king.
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Online magazine The Talko reported: “When Prince Charles becomes king, that means little Prince George will be that much closer to taking on the role himself one day.
“Although William will be next in line himself, he and Kate will have to step up their efforts to get their son George to take on this massive amount of responsibility.
“Prince George didn’t realise he was heir to the throne until his classmates filled him in so it’s safe to say he has a lot to learn before he becomes king.”
William and Kate have attempted to raise their three children, George, Charlotte and Louis, in a relatively normal environment.
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The Duke of Cambridge insisted he wanted his children not to be limited by royal life and to experience a normal childhood like most children.
The report continued: “In an interview with British GQ, Prince William revealed he wants to bring up his children in a ‘happy, stable, secure world’.
“He says he doesn’t want George growing up behind palace walls but he’ll have to balance that with preparing him to take the throne.”
Kate and William will be able to pass on the wisdom and experience they have matured in the years spent representing the Queen.
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The pair have been taking on extra roles and jobs for the past few years to support the Queen and Prince Charles in representing the monarchy both in the UK and abroad.
The Duchess of Cambridge in 2020 debuted on her first solo tour of the UK to introduce her 5 Big Questions survey in a one-day visit to all four nations.
And because of the coronavirus pandemic forcing the Queen to remain in isolation at Windsor Castle, Kate and William have stepped up to show the family’s support and appreciation for the work NHS staff and social carers as well as all other essential workers have been doing to help the country.
The pair paid tribute to all Britons and foreigners still working during the crisis as they launched a video they narrated urging people to seek counsel if they feel their mental health is suffering because of the lockdown.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also had their children join the family efforts to show their support.
Prince George and younger siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis joined their parents to clap for carers on two occasions since the beginning of the lockdown.
And Prince Louis was pictured on his second birthday with his hands covered in rainbow paint after drawing a picture in support of the NHS.
Kate and William have also joined millions of other parents across the UK in homeschooling George and Charlotte – with the Duchess admitting earlier this month she had had the children continue classes despite the Easter break to give them some “structure” at this disrupting time.