Royal ladies have to stick together! According to a royals expert, Queen Elizabeth may never give up the British throne because of her great-granddaughter Princess Charlotte and the other children in the royal family.
“I think the Queen sees what [Prince William and Prince Harry] and their wives bring, I also wonder whether she even throws forward to the great-grandchildren,” Nick Bullen, an award-winning documentary filmmaker and True Royalty TV producer, recently revealed during Yahoo! News’ latest The Royal Box episode.
“Princess Charlotte, already at the age of three, knows how to work a crowd. Maybe now through her grandchildren, she can see a way of just staying on the crest of that wave,” Bullen continued.
“Her mother lived to 101. The Queen is there for the long run… she could live for at least another 10 years. She’s seen it all, she’s done it all, she is the ultimate working mother and working woman, and I don’t think she’s going anywhere, anytime soon,” he added.
Charlotte and her older brother, Prince George, 5, have reportedly begun etiquette training and are already preparing for their lives in the royal spotlight. “Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s etiquette education likely started as soon as they could attend events with their family. It would probably begin with simple training like how to shake hands and curtsy around the age of two,” royal etiquette expert Myka Meier recently told Cosmopolitan.
“Growing up in the Palace would mean that training is much less a course or official training, and more day-to-day observation and gentle lessons right before an event or when meeting an important guest to help prepare them,” Meier explained. We’re sure the Queen can rest easy knowing the next generation of royals is getting ready to one-day take over the throne!
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