Prince George Shock: Prince William And Kate Middleton To Transfer Son To Berkshire? Charlotte And Louis' Brother May Reportedly Choose To Ditch Kingship

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Prince George has been getting so much attention since he was born on July 22, 2013. He is not only known as the eldest child of Prince William and Kate Middleton because Prince George is also third in the line of succession to the British throne.

The arrival of Prince George was celebrated across the Commonwealth realms due to his rank in the line of succession and the subsequent expectation that he would one day become the King of the U.K. Hence, it comes as no surprise the elder brother of Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis make it to the headlines regularly.

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Now, new reports are claiming that Prince William and Kate Middleton are set to do a big change so Prince George may forget his huge destiny. Keep on reading to know more details.


Prince William And Kate Middleton Want Prince George To Forget His Huge Destiny

Royal author Duncan Larcombe claimed that Prince William and Kate Middleton could transfer Prince George to a school outside of London to make his life as “normal as possible.” The comments of the Prince Harry: The Inside Story author came amid claims that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been on the lookout for schools in Berkshire.

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Talking to OK! Magazine, the royal expert stated:

"I think it's a good statement of intention from William and Kate because Kate obviously grew up there and William went to school there. They live in London because they kind of have to but they're country people at heart. This is a natural move for two very caring parents to follow the Middleton framework.”

Duncan Larcombe went on to say:

“Berkshire is also closer to the grandparents on both sides so maybe their intention is almost to let George forget about his huge destiny, go off to a school in the Home Counties and try and make it as normal as possible."

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Most, if not all, royal followers are aware that Kate Middleton grew up in Berkshire. The parents of Prince William’s wife are also currently living in Bucklebury. The Cambridge family, on the other hand, presently split their time between their Norfolk home Anmer Hall and Kensington Palace in the capital.

As of this writing, Prince George attends Thomas’ Battersea in London, together with his younger sister, Princess Charlotte. Prince Louis, for his part, goes to Wilcocks Nursery.

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Prince William was eight years old when he attended Ludgrove School in Berkshire. This could be the basis of the speculations about Prince George’s possible transfer to Kate Middleton’s hometown.

Other reports suggested that Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis could move to Berkshire soon. However, all these unverified claims should be taken with a huge grain of salt until everything is proven true and correct.

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Prince George May Not Have A Choice In Kingship?

Meanwhile, Dr. Craig Prescott of Bangor University weighed in on the implications that may arise should Prince George decide not to become a monarch. The constitutional expert suggested that, in theory, the eldest son of Prince William and Kate Middleton could decide not to be King.

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Craig told Express UK, per Geo TV:

"In theory, Prince George could decide not to be King. The line of succession to the crown is set out by Act of Parliament, and can only be changed by another Act of Parliament. So Prince George would have to make that decision before his father Prince William dies, and then Parliament could pass legislation making the next in line, Princess Charlotte, Queen (assuming she would want to do it).”

He added:

"This is sort of what happened when Edward VIII abdicated. Ultimately, he chose Wallis Simpson over being King, and so Parliament passed His Majesty’s Declaration of Abdication Act 1936, which removed him as King, and made his younger brother, with the effect that the Duke of York, his younger brother, became King, taking the title George VI."

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For starters, Queen Elizabeth is the sovereign and her heir apparent is Prince Charles, who also holds the Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall titles. Next in line after the husband of Camilla Parker-Bowles are Prince William, husband of Kate Middleton and the present Duke of Cambridge, followed by their eldest son, Prince George.

Prince William and Kate Middleton have yet to comment on Dr. Craig Prescott’s recent statements on Prince George’s behalf.

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