Prince George Warned Enemies That Father William Will Be King: Book

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Prince George warned classmates who were on his bad side that they had better “watch out” because his father, Prince William, will one day be king, according to royal author Katie Nicholl.

“My father is going to be king, so take care,” says the royal expert, the future Monarch, 9, once said in her book, “The New Royals.”

According to The Daily Mail, Nicholl also writes that George is well aware that one day he will become king himself.

“They are raising their children, especially Prince George, with a sense of who he is and the role he will inherit, but they don’t want to burden them with a sense of duty,” the author said.

George was recently pushed to second in line to the throne – with his father William, 40, first in line – after King Charles III was proclaimed monarch following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

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Prince George reportedly warned classmates during a fight that his father, Prince William, will one day become king.

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Prince George reportedly warned classmates during a fight that his father, Prince William, will one day become king.


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According to British historian Robert Lacey, it’s unclear when the new Prince of Wales spoke to his young son about his future royal duties, but it is believed that William and his wife, Kate Middleton, first had that conversation around George’s seventh birthday.

“William’s goal as a father, the Prince emphasized, was to provide his son with a normal family upbringing so that the monarchy could remain relevant and keep pace with the modern age,” the author of “Battle of Brothers” wrote according to The Daily Mail. .

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George is second in line to the throne after his father, the Prince of Wales.

Although George is becoming more and more aware of the responsibilities he will someday take on, he still behaves like a child – even in public settings.

In July, he was caught making funny faces while watching a Wimbledon match and more recently stuck his tongue out at photographers after the Queen’s funeral.

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Kate and William reportedly wanted George to have a “normal” upbringing.

However, one of those attending the funeral noted that George and his sister, Princess Charlotte, were largely well-behaved.

Olympic champion swimmer Mark Tewksburys said the Prince and Princess of Wales’ eldest two children were “incredibly well behaved”.

Aside from George and Charlotte, William and Kate, 40, also share a 4-year-old son, Louis.

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