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Prince George is already being shown what it will be like to be King in the future by his father Prince William, a body language expert has suggested.
George celebrates his eighth birthday today (July 22) but he is already being prepared for his life as the monarch, according to body language expert Judi James.
She analysed two videos of the young prince for Daily Star and discovered intriguing traits in his relationship with his father.
Back in April, the Cambridges released a sweet family video to thank royal fans for their support over the last 10 years of their marriage.
The video showed the Royal Family giving a rare insight into their lives together as they spent a day by a beach.
Judi told this site: "George holds hands with his parents to walk with them in a more mirrored way and he is usually shown holding his dad’s hand in a way that suggests William is keeping his son close while inducting him into his future royal role."
George is often seen holding hands with his dad, such as their first red carpet appearance at the London Palladium back in December 2020.
"William has witnessed the pitfalls and problems involved in growing up as a future heir to the throne and he seems to be taking personal responsibility to ensure his son will understand and be resilient to all the pressures at the same time as leading a very ‘normal’ life full of play and loving cuddles and touch," she added.
George was also caught on camera at the Euro 2020 final earlier this month between England and Italy.
Body language expert Judi James told Daily Star that William and Kate Middleton showed confidence in their son when they went to the Euro 2020 final.
She claimed that his parents had complete confidence in their eldest son to perform as expected.
Judi told this site: "William and Kate were there to offer hugs and supportive touches when the score changed but their confidence in their own eldest son was visible in the way they did not seem to over-fuss or to look overly anxious about him."
The body language guru previously told this site that George is seen as a "role model" and "heroic older brother" by his siblings.
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