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Prince George ‘coped well’ with royal life as Wills and Kate doing a ‘good job’

Prince George's introduction to life as a working member of the Royal Family appears to be going well according to one expert who praised the youngster.

The young royal, who celebrates his ninth birthday on July 22, was praised for having "coped well" with his start to royal life.

Parents Prince William and Kate Middleton were also praised for their role in introducing their eldest son to the public side of royal living, with an expert saying they had done a "good job".

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Speaking to the Daily Star, Royal expert Brittani Barger, deputy editor of Royal Central, heaped praise onto the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for successfully preparing their eldest for life in the spotlight.

Expert Brittani said: "I think for the most part Prince George has coped well with the events he has attended. They are slowly introducing him to royal life so that he gets used to it.

"I think he and his siblings got a bit tired during the Jubilee, but any child would!

"I think the Duke and Duchess are doing a good job at selecting events they know he will be interested in and that are important to the family (sporting events and honouring "Gan Gan")."

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Brittani's comments come as George makes the rounds on a notable number of public appearances alongside parents Kate Middleton and Prince William.

Daily Star had reported a number of worried royal fans over George's appearance at Wimbledon, with a suited-up young royal suffering away in the blistering heat.

But George appeared to keep his cool, and Barger believes that the sophisticated image the soon-to-be nine-year-old displays is all thanks to the hard work of his parents.

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