- A source close to the Cambridges has revealed that William and Kate spoke to the eldest son Prince George, about his future role as king
- They've slowly prepared the young boy for life as a monarch, not wanting to overwhelm the 7-year-old
- The interesting piece of information was made known by royal author, Robert Lacey
Prince William and Kate have told their eldest child, Prince George, about his future role as Britain’s king. A source close to the family shared that the parents had the conversation with their boy “sometime around his seventh birthday.”
Teaching the children about their future duties in a storybook-like manner
The interesting revelation was first shared by royal author, Robert Lacey who tells how the Cambridges wanted to bring up the subject at a “controlled moment of their choice”.
The couple had previously held off discussing his future life of royal service and duty as they wanted to give George as normal a childhood as possible.
However, over the past few years Will and Kate had reportedly started to prepare George and his sister, Princess Charlotte (6), about their future roles, explaining it like “a storybook”
Prince George's birthday
George turned seven on July 22 last year.
'Promise to be best friends': Princess Diana's last wish for her 2 sons
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Princess Diana once made Prince William and Prince Harry "promise to be best friends". That's according to a former friend of the late Princess.
Simone Simmons, the late princess's trusted psychic and friend, reportedly said that the princes had promised to keep their mother's wishes.
"You must promise me that you will always be each other's best friends. And never let anyone come between you," the Princess is reported to have said.
The boys promise their mother never to let anyone get between them
In an updated edition of royal historian Robert Lacey's book “Battle of Brothers”, Simmons says that Diana told Will and Harry to promise never to let anyone get between them:
Robert Lacey then adds that the boys made the promise to their mother, in spite of the recent rift in their relationship.
’’They high-fived each other and gave their mother a big cuddle. Anybody would have melted at the sight. Then they went out to play soccer,'' says Lacey.
The two brothers will reunite soon
Still not on good terms, it's reported the two princes will reunite at the unveiling of Diana's statue at Kensington Palace on July 1, to mark what would have been her 60th birthday.
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