Strange detail on Prince George’s birth certificate has royal fans confused

Prince George has had a summer of fun with his parents and siblings. School is not set to start for another couple of weeks, and as the future young king has gotten used to going to school at Lambrook, in a few years, he will most likely follow in his father’s footsteps and attend the prestigious school of Eton. 

By now, Prince George has gotten to know his future job, at least to some extent. He’s already appeared with his family members at several significant royal events, including having an honorary role as Page of Honor at the coronation of his grandfather, King Charles. Moreover, at their Easter Service earlier this year, George took on a new role within his family’s pecking order, and an expert claims this demonstrates that the young prince taking on more responsibility.

When Prince George

Prince George

Prince George may only be ten, but his parents are slowly letting him know what his future will hold. He has been seen attending many royal duties with his parents. He has even been allowed to practice his waving technique towards members of the public from the horse carriage several times while passing through the streets of London.

Prince George

In the end, however, it’s also important to remember that he is a child. Even though he is born into a world that includes nannies, a lot of money, and special treatment, he does everything that any child loves. That obviously includes birthday celebrations, which, for any child, is a big happening.

The royals have a tradition of keeping their celebrations private and do not disclose details. The same went for when Princem

They’ve always been intensely secretive and private about his birthday,” royal commentator Duncan Larcombe told Fox. “They’ve never released anything… in terms of a birthday party, and what they do is shrouded in secrecy.”

“We are starting to see [George] a lot more in public these days, but they’re still very keen on keeping him private property rather than public property,” he added.

“His parents have been incredibly hands-on, and they’ve followed a very similar upbringing Kate would have had with two siblings, a close-knit family. They’re focusing very much on the value of the family. They’ve built quite a unique family unit.”

“William has not revealed to the world how and when he broke the big news to his son. Maybe one day George will tell us the story himself”, Robert wrote in an updated version of his book, according to the Daily Mail.

“But sometime around the boy’s seventh birthday in the summer of 2020 it is thought that his parents went into more detail about what the little prince’s life of future royal ‘service and duty’ would particularly involve.”

Lacey continued: “William’s aim as a father, the prince stressed, was to give his son ‘a normal family upbringing’, enabling the monarchy ‘to stay relevant and keep up with modern times.’”

Although George might break the tallest-king-ever record, another thing could make him a unique ruler. A long-time friend of Prince William told the Daily Mail that George may skip the long-lived tradition of serving in the army. If that will be the case, he will become the first male heir to the throne in centuries not to go through military training before becoming king.

King Charles served in the British Navy and British Army before becoming monarch. Prince William graduated from Royal Air Force College Cranwell and later joined the RAF Search and Rescue Force for two years, serving as an air ambulance pilot.

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