The Queen taught Prince George a vital royal lesson with a subtle balcony move, the expert says

The Queen was joined by Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Louis on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for the final moments of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, but body language expert Judi James believes she jumped at the opportunity to greet them teach all about what it means to be a monarch

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

The Queen rounded off her Platinum Jubilee celebrations by appearing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with her three heirs and their families.

Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George beamed at the tens of thousands of well-wishers who had gathered on The Mall to thank the monarch for 70 years of service.

Body language expert Judi James believes the Queen used the four-day event to teach our three future kings what it means to lead, especially as she stood next to them on the balcony.

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

Little George stood next to his great-grandmother for the special royal moment


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“Not only has the Queen been able to remind her heirs both of the sense of duty they must inherit and 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.”

Judi also believes we’ve seen a big change in George during the celebrations, in which he’s featured heavily.

She says that while he seemed very shy in his first few performances, by the end his confidence had grown drastically.

Accompanied by all three of her heirs, the Queen revealed the future of the monarchy


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The Queen beamed at her family during the third balcony moment of the anniversary


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She explains: “Louis may have been the scene thief, but George seems to have grown phenomenally before our eyes in the four days of the anniversary.

“He started showing signs of shyness that suggested less confidence than his very fearless, composed sister and hilarious little brother.

“However, on Sunday we were able to see a boy who fully reflected his father’s confidence and even showed 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.

“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.”

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