Prince George, in a cheeky response, told his friends at school to watch out as his dad, Prince William, would become the king in future.
Prince George is reportedly outdoing his peers with a ‘killer line’. (Photo: Reuters)
Prince George, the nine-year-old son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, reportedly told his classmates to “better watch out” as his father will be king in the future. Prince William is the eldest son of King Charles III, who inherited the crown after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
In her new book, The New Royals, royal author Katie Nicholl mentioned that Prince George is being raised with an awareness of who he is and what role he will inherit, The Sun reported.
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“George understands he will one day be king and, as a little boy, sparred with friends at school, outdoing his peers with the killer line: My dad will be king, so you better watch out,” the royal author wrote in her new book.
Meanwhile, Prince William is also enjoying new responsibilities as he was recently made the new Prince of Wales, a title previously held by his father for more than 50 years.
Queen Elizabeth, Britain’s monarch for more than seven decades, died on September 9, aged 96. Prince Charles became the King and his eldest son, Prince William, is next in line.
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