Angela Levin tips Prince William to break royal tradition with Prince George move

Angela Levin tips Prince William to break royal tradition with Prince George move

Angela Levin discusses Prince George's future

GB NEWS
Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman


Published: 18/06/2024

- 09:06

The royal commentator joined Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster on GB News

Prince William will lead a “changed” monarchy once he becomes King with a key decision on Prince George’s future being a cornerstone to his foundations, according to Angela Levin.

The royal commentator joined Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster on GB News to laud the future King’s display at Trooping the Colour, where he was on hand to support his wife, Princess Kate, who made her first public appearance since announcing her cancer diagnosis.


Royal fans were also treated with a glimpse at the future with Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte taking on prominent roles at the event.

Eamonn questioned Levin as to whether we can expect George to grow up and take on a role in the armed forces, with monarchs historically expected to have spent time in the army, navy or air force.

Prince George, William and Angela Levin

Angela Levin says William could have a plan in place for George

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“This is very interesting because Prince William doesn’t necessarily want George to do that”, Levin said.

“He doesn’t feel it’s necessary. It’s such a stamp on the Royal Family. They’re the head of the army, so what would they do without that?

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Isabel Webster, Eamonn Holmes and Angela Levin

Angela Levin joined Eamonn and Isabel on GB News

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“I find it very difficult.”

Levin pointed out that this may not be the only radical change when William fronts up the monarchy, as the Prince of Wales is not as passionate about religion as his father.

“He’s not religious. He does go once or twice a year”, she said.

“But he doesn’t have the same passion that Charles does.

Prince George and Prince WilliamPrince George and Prince William sat side-by-side in the royal boxGetty

“I think it could be a very changed Royal Family.”

Kate made a triumphant return to public life over the weekend in an appearance that was capped by a Buckingham Palace balcony appearance.

She appeared relaxed during her first day in the spotlight since her cancer diagnosis.

After months of chemotherapy, which is still ongoing, the princess joined what is a family occasion on the national stage but kept a watchful eye on her children.

Her appearance was in doubt after she missed the final Trooping rehearsal last weekend, but with the King also suffering from cancer the spectacle of military pomp and pageantry became a symbolic statement by the monarchy after a period of uncertainty.

During the day she was surrounded by other members of the family, with her husband the Prince of Wales, Colonel of the Welsh Guards, on horseback, as were the Princess Royal, Colonel Blues and Royals, and the Duke of Edinburgh, Colonel Scots Guards.

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