Following the period of mourning for his great grandmother, Her Majesty the Queen, Prince George and his siblings are resuming their regular lives. George, age 9, is now second in line to the throne after her death, behind his father, Prince William.
The young Prince is aware of and appreciates the responsibility and significance of being a royal, and more crucially, the immensity of becoming a king, despite the fact that he is not quite 10 years old yet.
At the same time, it appears as though George is beginning to benefit from his place in the succession. A royal expert claims that he even cautioned his schoolmates, advising them to “watch out.”
At the same time, it appears as though George is beginning to benefit from his place in the succession. He has reportedly even informed his schoolmates, warning them that “The Royal Family is now returning to work following the mourning period of Queen Elizabeth,” according to a royal specialist. The youngest members will have to return to school as a result.
Last Monday, the Queen’s funeral was held. Her coffin was carried in Procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch following the State Funeral.
The coffin was transported from Wellington Arch to Windsor, where it traveled through the Long Walk in Procession to St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. There was another funeral ceremony in St. George’s Chapel.
During the funeral ceremony in St. George’s Chapel, music was performed by the choir. The imperial state crown, the orb, and the sceptre of Queen Elizabeth were then taken from her coffin and set on the altar before the “last hymn.”
The Grenadier Guards Company Camp Color of King Charles’ mother was laid on her coffin before The Lord Chamberlain broke and set down his Wand of Office.
Charles was deeply moved and holding back tears as Her Majesty’s casket was lowered into the Royal Vault and the guests sang God Save The King.
Later that evening, away from the flash of the cameras, a small, private funeral ceremony was performed for the departed, with just the close family present.
King Charles addressed the country before the burial and expressed his gratitude for the people’s overwhelming support. Everyone who came to pay their respects, the monarch remarked, affected him and Camilla, the Queen Consort, beyond measure.
King Charles stated, “Over the last ten days, the numerous sympathy and support letters we have received from our nation and throughout the world have been so deeply touching.”
Prince George attended the funeral for Queen.
“Everyone who took the time to attend and pay their respects to the lifetime service of my loving mother, the late Queen, in London, Edinburgh, Hillsborough, and Cardiff, touched us beyond measure.”
Prince George, the future king, and Princess Charlotte made their official debut during a royal ceremony (they were too young to attend the funeral of Prince Philip last year).
In fact, George and Princess Charlotte participated in the mournful procession behind the Queen’s coffin in front of the large crowd at Westminster Abbey.
Along with their parents, William and Kate, the two young royals were spotted moving in front of Harry and Meghan and close to King Charles and Camilla.
Along with their mother, Kate, and Camilla, the Queen Consort, George and Charlotte arrived at Westminster Abbey. The little prince wore a dark blue suit and a black tie, while his sister was clothed in a black coat dress.
Anybody finds attending a funeral difficult, yet the two royal brothers remained close and offered consolation to one another. In addition to comforting George with a hand on his knee throughout the funeral, Kate held her daughter’s hand before the service.
Charlotte and George, despite the fact that they are still very little, seem to understand exactly what is expected of them.
William and Kate try to provide their kids with as much stability as they can.
A camera captured Charlotte giving her brother instructions as they waited at Wellington Arch for the Queen’s casket to pass by.
She is alleged to have remarked, “You must bow.”
Senior members of the royal family made their way to Balmoral in Scotland on the day of Queen Elizabeth’s death as her doctors worried about her failing health.
In the time, Prince George and his siblings were at school, but Kate Middleton left Windsor by herself to pick up her kids as the royal tragedy unfolded.
We can all agree that losing a family member is really difficult. Kate and William made every effort to provide their children with as much consistency and normality as they could as the Royal Family prepared for Queen Elizabeth’s burial.
They carried on attending school as normal as part of it. Elaine Gee, a schoolteacher from Woking, England, remembered her interaction with Prince William about how he and Kate handled the circumstance.
As we were celebrating the Jubilee, Gee stated, “I told him how I work at a school and how it’s been a strange year, and now it’s all changed, and we are talking about this.”
“He mentioned George, Charlotte, and Louis, stating that they were attempting to preserve some feeling of continuity and normality for them at school.”
Elaine said, “Kate thanked me and claimed it was felt across the country. They both had a lot of kindness, gentleness, and sincerity. It was incredibly amazing, and I will always remember that moment.”
George, Charlotte, and Louis, the couple’s youngest son, are all recognized as princes and princesses by the British monarchy. They will always be addressed by their royal titles when performing formal royal tasks with their parents.
At school, though, it’s a very different story. George and Charlotte aren’t given royal titles there.
They go by George and Charlotte Cambridge instead. It is a reference to William and Kate Middleton’s prior titles as the Duke and Duchess before Charles became King. Additionally, it’s been said that George’s peers at Thomas Battersea School refer to him simply by his initials, “PG.”
Of course, names have been given to royal offspring before. Harry and William were known as William Wales and Harry Wales respectively in the military and at school.
Charles, their father, was a Prince of Wales, and Diana, their mother, was a Princess of Wales.
Kate and William made the announcement that their children would transfer from their London schools to Lambrook School in Windsor at the end of August.
In a statement, it was stated that “Their Royal Highnesses are enormously grateful to Thomas’s Battersea, where George and Charlotte have had happy starts to their education since 2017 and 2019 respectively. They are pleased to have found a school for all three of their children which shares a similar ethos and values to Thomas’s.”
Jonathan Perry, headmaster of Lambrook, stated, “We are thrilled that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will be joining us this coming September and very much look forward to welcome the family, as well as we all as all of our new children, to our school community.”
The school the royal children will attend is not just any school. Prince Christian Victor and Prince Albert of Schleswig-Holstein, two of Queen Victoria’s grandchildren, attended Lambrook as students, continuing a legacy of royal students there.
The annual tuition for the three royal children is reportedly over $56,000, which undoubtedly provides a premium education.
The school, which is located on 52 acres of rural land and boasts a swimming pool and a nine-hole golf course, claims it seeks to develop “happy and thoughtful young adults who are global citizens.”
Additionally, the school’s grounds include beehives, pigs, and chickens for students to take care of.
George, Charlotte, and Louis will attend classes throughout the day and return home in the late afternoon, unlike other students who live in the campus.
George warned his classmates to be careful.
No matter if it’s the first day of kindergarten or college, starting a new school may be nerve-wracking. New surroundings bring new expectations, and there’s also the issue of meeting new people.
Making friends doesn’t seem to have been a challenge for Prince George. Additionally, he has already made sure his classmates are aware of his true identity. Author and Vanity Fair royal journalist Katie Nichol said in her book, The New Royals, that George is already aware of the monarchy and his family’s place in it.
Additionally, it is said that George has already told his peers at school to “watch out” because of the fact that his father is the heir to the throne.
According to Nichol, who wrote in an article for Express, “They are raising their children, particularly Prince George, with a consciousness of who he is and the position he will assume, but they are eager not to weigh them down with a feeling of obligation.”
George, who is aware that he would one day be king, once outperformed his contemporaries when he sparred with pals at school by saying, “My dad will be king so you better watch out.”
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