Prince George talks to Louis at Sandringham Church service
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Kate, the Princess of Wales and Prince William have been tipped to include their youngest son in the Coronation to help create a support system for Prince George. Expert Angela Mollard suggested giving Prince Louis a memory of the ceremony will help strengthen his bond with the monarchy to ensure he shows up later in life to assist George when he is king.
Mollard argued the Prince and Princess of Wales have long shown how important family is to their brand.
And she suggested having all three children appear at the Coronation will further help them avoid a repeat of the animosity between William and his younger brother, Prince Harry.
She said: “George needs to be braced and supported by his siblings.
“The whole brand of the Waleses is very much, ‘we’re a family, we do it all together. We do not want an offshoot like Harry in the future’.”
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While George and Princess Charlotte are likely to be handed a role for their grandfather’s Coronation, Louis’s young age has left commentators wondering whether Kate and William would involve their youngest son.
Speaking to Sky Australia’s The Royal Report, Mollard said: “Some people might say four-year-old Louis was so funny, he’s the cutest – it’s like, do you make that decision to take your kids to a posh restaurant?
“Yes, you do, because it’s going to be funny but more than that.
“It’s going to make sure that Louis has a memory of the Coronation so when his big brother takes on that role, he and Charlotte are there to support him.”
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Louis, who will be turning five in April, has already made his official debut during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
He appeared on the carriage escorting Kate and Camilla to Trooping the Colour last June alongside George and Charlotte.
And he endeared himself to the nation with his antics during the Jubilee parade outside Buckingham Palace.
George, now officially the second-in-line to the throne, has also been increasingly involved in his parents’ work, repeatedly accompanying them on official outings.
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But his growing profile is believed to have been causing some friction in the Wales household as his parents debate how prominent a role he should have at the Coronation.
Author Tom Quinn told Express.co.uk: “I’ve heard from my contacts that there is a bit of an argument going on about whether George should play a more formal role.
“I’ve heard that Kate and William are worried that it will be too much for him.”
The Prince and Princess of Wales are known to be very protective of their brood and are keen to avoid putting undue pressure on their eldest son.
Author Katie Nicholl told OK! last year: “William struggled with knowing his destiny when he was a young man and he’s very keen George doesn’t experience that same sense of burden from an early age.
“George understands the order of succession, and he knows that one day he will be king, but he also knows that’s a long way in the future. It’s not made into a big deal.”
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