Prince George has no idea what is coming as hes protected from his future

Prince George may be third in line for the throne but the oldest child of Prince William and Kate Middleton has no idea “what’s coming for him”, according to a royal expert.

William and Kate are believed to be protecting George, eight, from his future by limiting his number of public appearances.

According to Neil Sean, host of YouTube show “Neil Sean’s Daily News Headlines”, claims the young prince is being “protected” from what his future holds so he is not burdened as he grows up.

Speaking on his show, Mr Sean said: “When you look at Prince George it's so weird, isn't it? To look and think he has no idea what’s coming for him.

"He’s mighty protected at that age but for him, he's born into this.

"He doesn’t really know exactly how the monarchy operates even at that young age.”

George and his siblings’ Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, only make rare appearances with their mother and father, along with occasionally public events with the rest of the Royal Family.

Last year, George made a surprise appearance alongside his mother and father at Euro 2020 at Wembley for England vs Italy in the final.

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According to another royal expert, Kate was using the major football event to prepare George for some of the work he may do in the future.

George was also seen wearing a suit, similar to his father, rather than a football shirt.

According to royal author Duncan Larcombe, William had wanted George to wear a football shirt for the occasion but Kate was the one who insisted on a suit because of royal duty.

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Speaking to OK!, Mr Larcombe said: “William was apparently keen on the idea [of wearing a football shirt], but it was Kate, the former commoner, who said no. She was showing George that being ’on duty’ requires a different approach… he has to learn to don the royal armour.

“That doesn’t mean hiding his personality or feelings though – so George was encouraged to leap up and celebrate England scoring, to roar and wave and hug his mum and dad like any normal lad. And even to shed a tear when it all ended in heartbreak.”

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William has also spoken publicly about the right time to tell George what is in store for him in the future.

In a 2006 interview with the BBC, he said: “There'll be a time and a place to bring George up and understand how he fits in, in the world.

"But right now it's just a case of keeping a secure, stable environment around him and showing as much love as I can as a father.”

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