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Prince George could take on Royal duties sooner than expected – ‘All hands on royal deck

Prince George 'confused' by people littering in the streets

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Although she is looking forward to her forthcoming Platinum Jubilee, the Queen is 95 years old and no longer in the best of health following a scare last year. Prince Harry and Megan Markle stepped down from their frontline royal roles in 2020 and moved to California shortly afterwards.

Due to the allegations against him, which he emphatically denies, Prince Andrew has stepped down from frontline royal duties.

Therefore, the Cambridges have allegedly been urged to step in for the Queen when needed.

In some ways they are an advert for the future of the monarchy.

However, according to royal expert Daniela Elser, it will be difficult for the Cambridges to predict the level of public interest in the monarchy after the death of the Queen.

Therefore, William and Kate will be faced with some difficult choices about how and when to bring their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis into the limelight.

Writing in The New Zealand Herald Ms Elser argued that the monarchy needed the Cambridge children to take a more prominent role in order to shore up public support.

She said: “The palace needs the public to buy into the concept of a monarchy.

“Which is why any growing disinterest is so dangerous for them. 

“To shore up public support for the Royal Family, they will need all hands on the royal deck.

“The palace will have to deploy their most beguiling and adorable assets.

“Namely, the Cambridge Three.”

“For Kate, who has from day one tried to instil as much normality into her family’s life as possible. 

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“That would not be a thrilling prospect.”

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