Prince George Groomed To Be King At Age 3?

Prince George Groomed To Be King At Age 3?
His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge, with his parents Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, receives a gift from the Governor-General at Admiralty House, Sydney Auspic/Commonwealth of Australia
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The future king of Britain and the third-in-line to the British throne, Prince George is a perfectly well-mannered kid. The tot, who turned three on July 22, is being groomed by his mom Kate Middleton. The mother-son shared some quality time together bonding at a café near their country home Anmer Hall in Norfolk recently.


“Kate said to George, ‘Ask the nice lady what you would like to have,’”, said a source speaking to People. “George said, ‘Excuse me nice lady, but can I have . . .’ and pointed to a cake on the counter,” the insider said about the impeccably well-behaved royal tot, who celebrated his third birthday on Friday.

The insider added that the little prince took a seat with his mom Kate in the café to have cake and a fruit juice. Kate Middleton and her adorable son, Prince George was on a small outing to Fakenham Garden Center. Meanwhile, the three-year-old is a hit with the masses.

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He and his little sister Princess Charlotte love to go out on walks with their Spanish nanny Maria Turrion Borallo to the village. Prince George even strikes up conversations with construction workers on the way, and indulges in their digging equipment. At the age of just three years, the little royal seems to have mastered the art of royal walkabouts, like his parents, uncle, grandparents and great grandmother Queen Elizabeth.

The future king also seems to be very humble. Prince George attends the nearby Westacre Montessori School in East Walton, Hello reports. In his school he is just called “George” by his teachers and classmates. Like his ‘Gan-Gan’, he likes simple things in life like a breakfast of cereals with sliced bananas on top.

George also enjoys playing on tractors at Snettisham Park, a working farm near Anmer Hall. The tot who loves everything with “wheels” sits on his favorite truck and zips around fast. He is surely taking after his doting dad Prince William, who loves bikes.

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