Queen’s Jubilee: Prince George covers his face as Louis celebrates
Prince George has been one of the stars at last weekend’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations as he made several surprise appearances and marked his first three. And, as he grew up, the eldest son of Prince William and Kate, Princess of Cambridge, was destined to face increasing attention because of his position in the line of succession to the throne, said royal commentator Rhiannon Mills.
However, her parents will try to protect her from public view as much as possible as she continues to grow, she added.
Ms Mills, who led Sky News’ royal coverage during the four -day bank holiday weekend celebrations, told Express.co.uk: “You can’t forget that Prince George is very important as heir to the throne and will certainly be there. It is, over the years to come, will be more and more focused on him.
“But William and Kate want to do whatever they can to try and keep her out of the spotlight.
Speaking before the Jubilee weekend, Ms Mills also said that Kate and William were very careful about how to present their children to the public eye.
Prince George is third on the throne
Prince George and Princess Charlotte made their first official visit to Cardiff last Saturday
He said, “I feel the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are always careful when seeing small children in public.
“They obviously want to make a personal life, but I think in a big moment like this, I wouldn’t be surprised if we see George, Charlotte and Louis at some big event.”
Indeed, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis took center stage on several occasions last weekend.
On the first day of the celebration, these three children first participated in a wagon drive taking the senior royals through the Mall and Horse Guards Parade.
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Prince George and Prince William during Sunday’s contest
Sharing the carriage with Camilla, Princess of Cornwall, and Kate, little Cambridges waved and smiled at the crowd.
He then joined the senior royal and Queen in the attic of Buckingham Palace to watch the RAF flypast.
Last Saturday, Prince George and Princess Charlotte made their first official visit to Wales.
Accompanying their parents at Cardiff Castle, the children met the staff and performers who were preparing for the local Jubilee concert.
Cambridges watch flypast
Prince George and Princess Charlotte with their parents on Christmas Day 2019
The visit ended with a royal walkabout, while George and Charlotte spoke with happy people and received flowers.
A few hours later, the two boys also headed to central London to watch the spectacular Party at the Palace, believed to be the first concert they attended.
During the event, Prince George was seen singing many songs – including Sweet Caroline, along with his father William.
On the last day of the celebration, George went out again with his two sisters to watch the Platinum Jubilee Pageant.
the life of Prince George in the picture
The eight -year -old acted impeccably during the event and was seen talking and joking with his father and brother, sitting next to him.
In that shocking moment, George was also caught covering his face with his hands and laughing after seeing Prince Louis celebrate with his hands up in the air.
The important role that Prince George will play in the company was highlighted on Sunday afternoon, when he returned to the balcony of Buckingham Palace along with his brothers, parents, Prince Charles, the Princess of Cornwall and the Queen.
The eight -year -old stood next to the rulers as he portrayed the future of the monarchy in this country and the world.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend a thanksgiving ceremony for Prince Philip in March
Kate and William slowly introduced their children to the concept of duty.
On Christmas Day 2019, George and Charlotte performed their first royal walkabout after attending a service at St Mary Magdalene Church.
A year later, he walked the red carpet at the London Palladium theater to attend a special door show.
And earlier this year, George and Charlotte attended a thanksgiving ceremony for the late Duke of Edinburgh and an Easter Sunday service.