Before the cruel trolling at Wembley, Kate had always meant to take George out of the spotlight.


Before the cruel trolling at Wembley, Kate had always meant to take George out of the spotlight.

According to a critic, Kate Middleton and Prince William always intended to raise their children away from the spotlight, which has prevented the media from focusing on Prince George’s head.

When Kate and William made simultaneous appearances with their eldest son, George, at two of England’s Euro 2020 matches, royal supporters were ecstatic. During his first visit to Wembley Stadium, the seven-year-old royal was nicknamed England’s “lucky charm” as Gareth Southgate’s squad defeated Germany 2-0. George, on the other hand, faced backlash on social media after attending the highly-anticipated final between England and Italy on Sunday.

After the “quite nasty” online response, which saw royal watchers criticize the royal’s dress and behavior, royal commentator Robert Jobson surmised that Kate and William “are going to try to keep him out of the limelight a little bit.”

However, earlier reports claim that Kate and William have always wanted to raise George in a private environment, similar to the Middletons’.

According to royal expert Duncan Larcombe, based on George’s most recent public appearance, this strategy appears to be succeeding.

“He doesn’t appear to be a little s** who has let it all go to his head,” he claimed.

“He appears to be normal, and this was Kate and William’s pledge to their children.”

The couple’s notion of normalcy, according to Mr Larcombe, is solely based on Kate’s side of the family, the Middletons.

Since meeting Kate’s relatives, William is claimed to have been enamored with their way of life and saw his in-laws as an exquisite picture of normalcy.

Carole and Michael, Carole’s parents, reared their children in the Berkshire countryside, encouraging them to spend time outside and keeping minor family traditions like sharing a Sunday roast.

“There’ll be a time and a place to raise George up and learn how he fits in with the world,” the Duke of Cambridge told the BBC in 2016.

“But for the time being, all I can do is establish a safe, stable environment around him and provide him as much love as I can as a father.”

The Cambridges are said to have only briefed their eldest son about his future as a monarch around his seventh birthday last year. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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