Prince George, eldest son of the British Royal Family, Prince William, is second in line to the throne! What are the changes in his life as a result?


Last Updated on 09/22/2022 by てんしょく飯


How will the life of Prince George, the eldest son of Prince William, change with the death of Queen Elizabeth II?


On Thursday, September 8, Queen Elizabeth II of England died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.


This made Prince Charles the new King Charles III, Prince William the first in line of succession to the throne, and Prince George, at just nine years old, the second in line of succession.



Prince George is one step closer to becoming the future king, but how will this affect his life?

Royal family expert Jonathan Sesadotti told E! News that Prince George’s life is unlikely to change immediately and dramatically with the death of Queen Elizabeth.


He’s still too young,” Jonathan Sesadotti said, “and he’s been in front of the public so often before.” He has often appeared before the public, including on the balcony with his parents during the Platinum Jubilee, a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s reign,” he continued.


On the other hand, Jonathan pointed out that Prince George’s exposure may increase in the future in order to help the public become more familiar with the future king. He added, “The advantage of a constitutional monarchy like the UK is that you know at the moment of birth whether or not you will be the future king. This creates a ludicrous degree of stability,” he added.


At Queen Elizabeth’s state funeral held at Westminster Abbey on Monday, September 19, Prince George attended with his sister Princess Charlotte (7) as a representative of his great-grandchildren amid a crowd of about 2,000 people, including politicians and dignitaries from various countries. Sitting side by side with his father, Prince William, Prince George looked so dignified that it was hard to believe that he was only 9 years old.