Charlotte and Louis have a different fate than George, according to Kate and William.
According to a royal historian, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William are working together to avoid Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis from being “blighted” by the same issue that plagued earlier generations.
According to royal historian Robert Lacey, Kate and Prince William are “quite aware” that their three children have various pathways ahead of them. While Prince George is destined to succeed his father, Prince William, as King, his siblings have a less clear path ahead of them.
Mr Lacey claims that the “blighted” function of the “spares” within the Firm has “blighted” members of the previous three royal generations, with some younger siblings of prospective sovereigns finding it difficult to forge their own path.
“How will the younger brother and sister cope with the hardships faced by Princess Margaret, Prince Andrew, and Prince Harry?” he wrote in People magazine.
According to Mr Lacey, William and Kate are working together to keep Charlotte and Louis out of trouble in the future.
“William is working with Kate to assist all of their children achieve what personally fulfills them,” he claimed.
Despite the fact that he is just eight years old, Prince George has already had a few adventures that he will not be able to share with his brothers.
In photographs depicting the direct line to the throne, he has featured alongside the Queen, Prince Charles, and his father over the years.
He was joined by the monarch and future sovereigns in the run-up to Christmas 2019 to bake traditional puddings as part of the Royal British Legion’s Together at Christmas program, which aims to combat loneliness and isolation suffered by many during the festive season.
The royals’ Christmas puddings were eventually sent as gifts to personnel of the British Armed Forces.
Despite the fact that George is already being groomed for his future position, Kate and William continue to provide a normal childhood for him, Charlotte, and Louis.
“As royal parents, both Kate and William have focused on…working to ensure that all three of their children have the calm upbringing that William and Harry lacked,” Mr Lacey added.
The youngsters spend the week at Kensington Palace in London, which is close to their school and kindergarten.
However, they frequently spend their vacations and weekends at Anmer Hall, the Cambridges’ Norfolk home.
“Brinkwire Summary News” reports that the family of five spent much of their summer vacation near.