Prince George likely to break royal tradition at King Charles coronation?
Kate Middleton and Prince William’s eldest son, Prince George, are set to break the 70-year-old tradition at King Charles in May.
There are reports that Prince George may be given an official role at the coronation of King Charles on Saturday May 6.
According to Peopleas second in line to the throne, Prince George could play a starring role in the historic event and his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton are ‘wondering’ if their 9-year-old son will be part of the ceremony of coronation.
There are reports that King Charles and the Queen Consort will meet with the Prince and Princess of Wales in the coming weeks to discuss George’s involvement in the coronation.
THE Now love reported if we look at history, previous coronations have seen heirs watch congregational coronation proceedings.
Charles, then heir to the throne, stood with his aunt Princess Margaret and grandmother the Queen Mother as he watched his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II, being crowned.