Published on December 30, 2022 at 12:36 p.m.
All eyes were on them. On December 25, members of the royal family gathered at Sandringham, in Norfolk, to attend the traditional Christmas mass. A first since the tragic disappearance of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8. Fans of the monarchy were thus able to discover King Charles III and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, waving to the crowd after leaving the church. But also Kate Middletonthe prince william and their three children: prince george (9 years), the princess charlotte (7 years old) and the prince louis (4 years old), who did not fail to cause a sensation in front of the crowd. Some admirers have also noted a change in behavior on the part of the Prince and Princess of Wales towards their two eldest. The goal? Help them gain independence.
“George has gone from being a shy boy to a supervising older brother”
As body language expert Judi James explains in the columns of the ” Mirror “, Kate Middleton held her youngest son Louis by the hand during the event, while she left more freedom to her elders. “William and Kate showed the usual signs of pride in their children, but it was clear that they are now becoming hands-off parents as their children grow in confidence,” she says. Before pouring out on the attitude of George and Charlotte in Sandringham: “Charlotte was getting ahead as they walked towards the church and George went from being a rather shy boy holding his father’s hand to the older brother who watches and shows encouraging and directional signals to his brother Louis. Judi James goes on to point out how Prince George, future heir to the throne, seems to “reflect” his father and assert himself as a “protector” for his younger brother.