Prince George, Charlotte and Louis set for visible role at Queens Jubilee

As the Queen's Platinum Jubilee approaches, reports are swirling that the three Cambridge kids will be playing a closer and more 'visible role' than first expected.

It's thought that in the absence of more senior Royals, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will be seen at a variety of events and tributes to the Queen as part of a 'Royal show of force'

The Telegraph reports the children are likely to be seen in the carriage to the Trooping the Colour and will also appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the RAF flyover.

Prince William himself is expected to take the lead on organising the military side of things and has been pencilled in to lead the Trooping of the Colour.

Like his children, William was involved in Royal events from a young age and had his first carriage ride when he was just 4-years-old.

But just like the Queen it's likely that we won't know whether the Cambridges will be attending until the very last minute.

Due to her Majesty's recent health scares, royal sources claim there will be a noticeable drop off in the Queen attending public facing events, including those organised for her Jubilee.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, one insider suggested that the public should expect the Queen to be absent from most events in the future.

They said: "The assumption must now be that the Queen will not be present at events.

"If Her Majesty does attend, it will be decided on the day and she will be accompanied by another member of the Royal Family."

Meanwhile Prince Harry may bring his children to the Queen's Jubilee after reportedly being reassured that security can be arranged for the summer.

According to sources, the father-of-two could make a return to the UK with Archie and Lili despite being anxious over the plans that were put in place for his brief visit to see his grandmother last week.

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Harry and Meghan decided to use their own private bodyguards from the US and were protected by a Special Escort Group (SEG) detail when they were travelling outside.

The SEG supports both royals and government ministers by providing them with mobile armed protection, reports Daily Mail.

The security detail would be funded by taxpayers after the Home Office said they are unable to consent to private financial arrangements with anybody using Met Police security.

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