Prince George will have to become adept at many skills quite early on to be successful in his role as a member of the Royal Family.
He will need to master everything from public speaking to charity work and even horse riding- if he is to follow in his family’s footsteps.
But there is one skill that will be crucial for the little prince to learn so that he can carry on the special family tradition that has brought Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Prince William together.
The royals today share many of the same charitable passions as the royals of previous generations.
You need only look at how Prince Harry carried on Diana, Princess of Wales’s plight in bringing attention to the dangers of landmines, or how Prince William still visits homeless charities and speaks regularly about mental health, in the same way that Diana did.
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