Prince George has become a "role model" for his siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis who often look up to him, a body language expert has claimed.
The third in line to the throne will celebrate his eighth birthday tomorrow (July 21).
Ahead of the big day, body language guru Judi James analysed some of George's public events over the past few years to see how he stands among his younger brother and sister.
In 2019, Kate took George, Charlotte and Louis to the Chelsea Flower Show with her husband William and, according to Judi, the young prince showed himself to be a "heroic younger brother". George showcases a sign of being a "hero".
Footage from the day shows George, then five, and Charlotte, then four, exploring the forest features in the garden while little Louis is playing a rope swing accompanied by his father.
While George is resting on a wooden bridge over a stream, Charlotte sits next to him and joins him for a quick dip in the water.
Judi told Daily Star: "The way Charlotte quickly sits down beside him suggests he is something of a heroic older brother although both Charlotte and Louis seem full of confidence and social confidence in their own right."
In 2020, when Kate and William posted a video of the three children clapping for NHS, Judi added that George showed a character trait of being a role model among them.
She explained: "Louis in the middle looks completely happy doing his own thing but at one point he looks up to check he is doing it right and it is telling that the first sibling he looks at is George, suggesting he is prime role model in the group, although he does then also turn to his sister too."
"There are times when George, like his father, uses body language rituals that suggest some shyness but he looks hugely confident and in his element here exploring and playing decisively, without any signs of reservation."
It comes after the young royal, who is third in line to the throne, attended the Euro 2020 final with his dad Prince William and mum Kate Middleton at Wembley Stadium.
He was mocked for wearing a suit and tie for the event and is likely to be kept "out of a limelight", a royal biographer suggested.
There're rumours that Prince George may not get his official portrait published this after a barrage of social media abuse.
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