Prince George Alexander Louis is the second-richest celebrity child in the world as of 2022 with a net worth of almost $3 billion. Prince William and Princess Catherine welcomed him into the world on July 22, 2013. He is second in line to the throne of the United Kingdom. And it’s anticipated that his father would leave him an inheritance of around $40 million.
Having such royalty and privileges at his fingertips at such an age is bound to create a sense of superiority in comparison to his classmates. This is exactly what Katie Nicholl, the royal author, exposed. The nine-year-old, second in line to the throne, was found to be warning his classmates to be aware of his father’s status.
Prince George flexes his royalty
The son of Prince William and Princess Catherine was recently exposed for his behavior with his classmates. The royal expert, Katie Nicholl, claims that Prince George once said “My dad will be king so you better watch out.” in her book, The New Royals. Clearly, being a nine-year-old prince to the royal family would undoubtedly come along with some level of pride. For someone who is the second in line to the throne, many may see the action as extremely concerning. Whereas, it can also be said that Prince George was just flexing his position with pride rather than attempting to threaten his classmates.
Prince William and Princess Catherine’s parenting
Prince Willaim and Princess Catherine have given the importance of their royalty as a must-know lesson for their son. Being of such a high position within the family, raising Prince George must be done with attention and care.
“They are raising their children, particularly Prince George, with an awareness of who he is and the role he will inherit, but they are keen not to weigh them down with a sense of duty.”
With the proclamation of King Charles III as monarch following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince George was recently promoted to second in line for the throne. His father, Prince William, 40, is first in line. Katie Nicholl also discusses Prince George’s keen awareness of the fact that he would one day rule as king.
“William’s aim as a father, the prince stressed, was to give his son a normal family upbringing, enabling the monarchy to stay relevant and keep up with modern times.”
The parenting of Prince George seems to be with the right intentions in mind. Raising the future monarch to be aware of the authority he would hold along with keeping him grounded in modern times is one of the best approaches. Prince George seems to have great parents for his moral compass. Hopefully, his brash words and attitude are just a phase he would soon grow out of.
Prince George is acting his age
The son of Princess Catherine has a history of making goofy expressions during significant events. In the aftermath of his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral at Westminster Abbey in London, Prince George was seen sticking out his tongue at photographers. Needless to say, he is still a child. Therefore, having a goofy, bratty personality is something of the norm for someone of that age. The royalty and the privileges the son of Prince William holds are something he holds with pride.