Prince George has started to show “first instincts of leadership” at the anniversary, the expert says


Prince George had a busy weekend to celebrate his great-grandmother the Queen’s platinum anniversary and, according to a body language expert, his confidence grew over the four-day holiday

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The Queen and her family appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations have been a busy time for Prince George.

The third in line to the throne has made a number of appearances alongside his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

As the anniversary weekend drew to a close with a balcony appearance from the Queen alongside her immediate heirs, including George.

And according to body language expert Judi James, by the time George showed up at the anniversary’s closing event, his confidence — and even “first instincts of leadership” — were showing.

She told the Mirror: “Louis might have been the scene thief but George seems phenomenal to have grown up before our eyes in the four days of the anniversary.

Prince George and his great-grandmother, the Queen, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace


Ian Vogler / Daily Mirror)

He began showing signs of shyness that suggested less confidence than his very fearless, easy-going sister and hilarious little brother.

“To date, however, we have been able to see a boy who fully reflects his father’s confidence and even shows the first instincts of some leadership qualities.

“As the head coach rolled into the royal box, George stood first and buttoned his jacket before urging his father to do the same.

George with his father Prince William at the anniversary competition



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“It was George just standing proud and solemn next to his great-grandmother on the balcony, and he was the king who gave her a wide, beaming grin of warmth as she spoke to him.”

Meanwhile, Judi added that the balcony moment also delivered a touching, perfect pose.

The royals on the balcony at the end of the anniversary celebrations


Ian Vogler / Daily Mirror)

She added: “This very touching royal lineup on the balcony offered a glimpse of the past, present and future of the monarchy in one perfect pose.

The Queen was able to remind her heirs not only of the sense of duty they must inherit, but also that they should never take themselves too seriously or forget to have fun.

“George in particular will probably have learned from her hilarious video appearance with Paddington Bear, alongside all the more serious mentoring he received from his father.

“William towered over the group but his proud smile has grown steadily over the weekend.

“His and Kate’s hard work with their children has clearly paid off. Not only have they been happy and playful with the Tindalls, but in a very natural and spontaneous way they have produced multiple PDAs to signal unity and strong bonds across generations.”

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