A royal expert claims that Prince George is a “rascal” who plays tricks on his younger sister and brother.
According to the royal expert, Prince George is “full of mischief” and enjoys playing pranks on his younger siblings. Mr Larcombe described Prince George, who will soon turn eight years old, as a joy to be around.
However, he stated that his parents, Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, want their son to remain grounded and have promised to give their children a normal upbringing.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want to make sure their seven-year-old son does not grow up in a “goldfish bowl,” according to OK! author Duncan Larcombe.
“Although Prince George might be future King of the Castle, he’s not King of the Castle yet. He’s not Little Lord Fauntleroy.
“He’s a rascal, almost eight-year-old and full of mischief and always playing tricks and pranks on his younger sister and brother.
“Hopefully George can enjoy all the benefits of royal life, but without the extraordinary, weird impact of growing up in a goldfish bowl.
“They will have to explain the extraordinary circumstances he’s been born into and hope, as a result, his head doesn’t pop.
“They also hope he doesn’t become a complete lunatic, as has happened to some members of his family,” he said.
In his newly released book ‘Battle of Brothers,’ royal author Robert Lacey wrote about Prince William’s desire for his son George to live a normal life for as long as possible.
The book also describes how Prince William would gradually inform his son Prince George that he would be the future King of the United Kingdom.
The Duke of Cambridge is said to be employing this strategy in order to provide his son George with “the precious gift of normalcy.”
Prince William is expected to have the conversation with Prince George “around the boy’s seventh birthday” in the summer of 2020.
“William has not revealed to the world how and when he broke the big news to his son. Maybe one day George will tell us the story himself.
“But sometime around the boy’s seventh birthday in the summer of 2020 it is thought that his parents went into more detail about what the little prince’s life of future royal ‘service and duty’ would particularly involve.
“William’s aim as a father, the prince stressed, was to give his son ‘a normal family upbringing. He wants to enable the monarchy to stay relevant and keep up with modern times,” Mr Lacey wrote.