Prince George feeling the weight of his ‘growing role’ in royal family

Prince George gets new responsibilities as mum Kate Middleton recovers from cancer treatment

By Web Desk
June 20, 2024
Prince George feeling the weight of his ‘growing role’ in royal family

Prince George is seemingly feeling the weight of the responsibilities as he nears his 11th birthday.

The young royal, who appeared alongside his parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, and his siblings, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, on Saturday at the annual Trooping the Colour parade.


According to body language expert Noor Hibbert, George, who is the second in line to the throne, displayed a “mature and composed demeanour” amid his “growing role within the family.”

The 10-year-old “mirrored his father” while his sister Charlotte mirrored their mother Kate, who had made her first public appearance in six months amid her cancer diagnosis, the expert told GB News.

George “stood attentively by his mother” as his posture resembled William’s “showing an understanding of his responsibilities.”

Hibbert noted that the royal’s “calm and collected presence added a sense of stability and support for Kate during the event.”

Prince George has recently been spotted more and more at some royal engagements accompanying his father, especially after the Princess of Wales provided her health update in late March.

Realising that now he will have to step up to support his parents, George also appeared to look after his siblings.

At one point during the parade, George corrected his brother Louis and told him to "Turn around," and gestured for him to face forward.