Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, are the two eldest children of the Prince and Princess of Wales. Speaking of the two young royals, the Daily Mirror’s royal editor Russell Myers described the siblings, in particular Charlotte, as a “force to be reckoned with” following their poised manner at the Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral.
Speaking on the latest episode of The Royal Beat, Mr Myers said: “Especially Charlotte, sort of, tugging him [George] and saying ‘this is when to bow‘.
“Both of these are a force to be reckoned with”.
Speaking of the two children’s attendance, he added: “My understanding is that they sat down as family, discussed it, they gave the children the option.
“I think that tells you an awful lot about how very very tight this family are.
“They moved to Windsor to be near the Queen, their landscape changes now.”
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Unlike his two elder siblings, the couple’s youngest child, four-year-old son Prince Louis was not in attendance at the late monarch’s state funeral.
Charlotte and George arrived with Catherine, the Princess of Wales and Camilla, the Queen Consort.
Following the Queen’s death, Kate previously told a well-wisher that daughter Princess Charlotte understood the Queen’s death “less so” than her elder brother.
Earlier this month, the family-of-five moved from London to Windsor.
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Upon arrival, Prince William referred to his children as “all the gang”.
Lambrook’s headmaster, Jonathan Perry was on hand to greet the young royals.
Asked if they were excited, all three replied “yes”.
The Prince of Wales also said they were “all looking forward to it” and had “lots of questions”.