As if it were a tale: this is how George learns from Cambridge to one day be king

Boy William didn't want to be king. It is an anecdote that Princess Diana used to tell  about her eldest son, the now Duke of Cambridge, William of England. A curiosity recalled by veteran journalist Jeremy Paxman in a documentary, The Queen's Children,&which was broadcast a few days ago by the British broadcaster Channel 5. In it, Paxman explained that he had that conversation with the princess during a dinner party. "We talked about our children and he told him that William used to tell him that he didn't really want to be king, and then little Enrique would say, 'If you don't want the job I can keep it.">

For the story not to repeat itself, now that William who will one day be king - he is second in the line of succession to the British throne after his father, Prince Charles - is trying to instill in his children what it means to carry the weight of the crown. He and his wife, Kate Middleton, are already telling the two elders—George, six, and Charlotte, four, because Luis, who will turn two in April, is still too small—that in the future they will have obligations to assume and a public image to deal with.

, as explained by the British edition of Closermagazine and as various media outlets in that country are collected, the Dukes of Cambridge are trying to keep them, especially their firstborn, not being "overwhelmed" with that future burden. "Guillermo and Kate have already spoken to Jorge and Charlotte about their future roles, but in a way suitable for children, so that they can understand it without feeling overwhelmed," explains in Closer those sources close to the dukes. Apparently, the couple is trying to find "fun" modules to deal with the issue,

George and Charlotte of Cambridge, with their parents, Kate and Guillermo, on the girl's first day of school. CORDON PRESS

"Guillermo tells Jorge about what it means to be a member of the royal family and does so in a very simple way. He explains things to her as if she were reading a storybook to her. So it's a fun thing for Jorge," another source tells Us Weekly

Luis is the most unknown of the children of the marriage being the smallest and the one who has had the least media exposure, but the two elders, Jorge and Carlota, already know what they are facing. The two have already lived their first days of school surrounded by a media expectation that any other child would not have to live. And yet they have known how to greet the cameras and those present overcoming their shy logic. 

In addition, from the beginning Jorge has been present in various official acts of his parents. In fact, she already has several official portraits accompanied by her father, grandfather and great-grandmother, Elizabeth II. He has also accompanied the Dukes of Cambridge on their tours of Australia and New Zealand, in April 2014; for Canada in 2015, and for Poland and Germany, in July 2017, these last two accompanied also by his sister. This summer the Dukes of Cambridge will return to Oceania to show their support to the victims of the serious fires in Australia and are still in the air if they will take their children with them to continue teaching them, little by little, to be part of the monarchy. nbsp