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Prince George knows he is different from brothers and sisters because he has been ‘chosen’ to spend time with Queen

Prince George, 7, knows he is ‘very different’ from his siblings because he was ‘chosen’ to spend time with the Queen – despite the Cambridges trying to treat their children as equals, the royal expert claims

  • Prince George knows he is “very different” from his brothers and sisters, the royal author claims
  • He is often ‘chosen’ to spend time with his great-grandmother the Queen, 94
  • The seven-year-old future king is ‘taken’ for photo shoots without his brothers and sisters

Prince George knows he is “very different” from his siblings, because he is often “chosen” to spend time with his great-grandmother the Queen and his grandfather Prince Charles, a royal expert claims.

The seven-year-old future king is being ‘taken away’ from his sister, Princess Charlotte, five, and brother Prince Louis, two, for photo shoots with his father Prince William, 38, Her Majesty, 94, and Prince of Wales, 71.

Royal commentator Katie Nicholl claims that this exclusion of his siblings means that George “understands that he is different from them” – despite the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s efforts to treat their children as equals.

To talk with OK! she added that the idea that he is king is “gradually introduced to him.”

Prince George knows he is “very different” from his siblings because he has been “chosen” to spend time with his great-grandmother the Queen. Pictured: A portrait of Her Majesty, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince George, released to mark the start of a new decade in January 2020

The seven-year-old future king is being 'taken away' from his sister Princess Charlotte, five, and brother Prince Louis, two (pictured with their parents) for photo shoots with his father Prince William, 38, Her Majesty, 94, and the Prince of Wales, 71

The seven-year-old future king is being 'taken away' from his sister Princess Charlotte, five, and brother Prince Louis, two (pictured with their parents) for photo shoots with his father Prince William, 38, Her Majesty, 94, and the Prince of Wales, 71

The seven-year-old future king is being ‘taken away’ from his sister Princess Charlotte, five, and brother Prince Louis, two (pictured with their parents) for photo shoots with his father Prince William, 38, Her Majesty, 94, and the Prince of Wales, 71

She added, “The true extent of what his life will one day be is not yet fully aware of.”

Katie continued, “I think George understands, like William from a very young age, that he is different from his younger brother and sister and that he will have a different future.

“After all, he’ll be taken to shoot photoshoot with Her Majesty the Queen, so he should notice he’s been chosen.”

In 2019, for the report of Queen’s Day on Christmas Day, it was filmed that George learned how to make Christmas pudding with his father, grandfather Charles and the monarch.

In 2019, for the announcement of Queen's Day on Christmas Day, footage of Prince George learning how to make Christmas pudding together with his father William, grandfather Charles and the monarch, was filmed

In 2019, for the announcement of Queen's Day on Christmas Day, footage of Prince George learning how to make Christmas pudding together with his father William, grandfather Charles and the monarch, was filmed

In 2019, for the announcement of Queen’s Day on Christmas Day, footage of Prince George learning how to make Christmas pudding together with his father William, grandfather Charles and the monarch, was filmed

His siblings were not featured in the clip, while the youngster was also photographed in a portrait of the monarch and her son and grandson released in January 2020.

Katie said that William and Kate, 38, who stayed at their home in Norfolk Anmer Hall during the closing with their children, want to make sure all young people feel the same.

Despite George being the third on the throne, they don’t raise him to be pampered or given special treatment, Katie said.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl claims this exclusion from his siblings means that George (pictured in 2016 with his great-grandmother the Queen, his grandfather Charles and his father William) “understands that he is different from them”

This is a far cry from the different treatment that William and his younger brother Prince Harry received, according to the royal author.

She told the publication that when the brothers were brought to tea with the Queen Mother, William would apparently be given first choice from the selection on offer.

The future king would also have struggled with the realization that he “had no choice as to which path his life would take” and would not have the same troublesome thoughts that affect George’s youth.

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