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Prince George "has what it takes to be king": Royal Insider is impressed

Prince George is third in line to the British throne. Many years will probably pass before he is crowned king. In palace circles, however, people are already thinking about their future.

LONDON – At the age of eight, Prince George probably has other things on his mind than worrying about what his future life as King of England might be like. The future of Queen Elizabeth’s (95) great-grandson apparently occupies a royal insider all the more. He can’t get out of his crush on George.
24royal.de* reveals how the insider assesses Prince George’s development and his future.

Duchess Kate (40) and Prince William (39) make every effort to raise their three children as down-to-earth as possible. Even if they enjoy special privileges, Prince George, Princess Charlotte (6) and Prince Louis (3) should not become spoiled brats. Eight-year-old George in particular will sooner or later become more and more the focus of public attention. After all, he is third in line to the British throne and will in all likelihood become King of England one day. In the past few months, the young royal has made a real boost. At his last appearance with his parents, he seemed much more mature, he looks more and more like his father William. The development of the prince has not remained hidden from a royal insider either. The source shared her assessment of his future with US Weekly. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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