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Prince George may attend Queen’s funeral to ‘convince the nation of the order of succession’

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George is second in line to the throne after his father, Prince William

George is second in line to the throne after his father William, who is the current heir. According to the DailyMail, an insider said: “Courtiers are keen for Prince George to be present at the funeral in any way, if only to convince the nation of the order of succession.” Another source added: “It is currently being discussed. No decision has been made yet.”

LONDON, ENGLAND: Prince William and Kate Middleton’s eldest son, Prince George, 9, can attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on Monday September 19 at the request of senior advisers to ‘remember the nation from the order of the convince successor. ”

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George’s relationship with Queen

DailyMail reported Kate as saying George “understands the loss” of his great-grandmother, whom he called “Gan Gan” when she met mourners in Sandringham on September 15. George said he has a close relationship with his great-grandmother. The Queen also celebrated her ninth birthday in July by sharing a picture of them together on the balcony of Buckingham Palace over the anniversary weekend. The Queen’s official Twitter page featured the post, which read: “Wishing Prince George a happy 9th birthday!” along with a cake emoji.

In 2019, Prince George also celebrated Christmas with Father William, King Charles and the Queen. The official Instagram account of the Prince and Princess of Wales shared pictures of the prince mixing pudding and wrote: “Four generations of the royal family 🎄 together at Christmas.”

However, since the Queen’s death was announced on September 8, the children of the Prince and Princess of Wales have yet to be seen in public. On the other hand, Prince William issued a statement regretting the death of his grandmother, saying the children with the late monarch were “able to create memories that will last a lifetime”. “I thank her for the kindness she has shown my family and me. And I thank her on behalf of my generation for setting an example of service and dignity in public life that was from another time but was always relevant to all of us. My grandmother famously said that sorrow is the price we pay for love. All the sadness we will feel in the coming weeks will be a testament to the love we felt for our extraordinary Queen,” he said.

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