"William and Kate have three children with very different demands. We know poor George has been feeling rather under the cosh lately because school life is about being tested," royal expert Jennie Bond dished.
"So this half-term holiday may not be quite like his previous holidays and could involve a certain amount of revision. That will be doubly hard with his sister and little brother having all the fun, but I’m sure William and Kate will find a healthy balance that will allow George to join in most of the time," Bond stated.
She continued: "George will be their priority right now because of his exams and his future schooling to consider. Charlotte is relatively carefree, but as the only girl, she’ll no doubt command special attention. Louis is the little kid on the block — probably getting away with murder while their parents are too busy with the others to chastise him!"
Of the three Wales children, George is a direct heir to the British throne and a guaranteed future monarch. Charlotte and Louis would both be considered his "spares," but the Princess of Wales is ensuring that word is never said within their household.
Although Louis has won millions of fans over the last few years thanks to his cheeky behavior at royal events, his parents are likely going to be busier than they were now that the royal transition is complete. As the king and queen-in-waiting, William and Kate's roles both within Britain and abroad are ramping up.
"The King is very aware of the role the younger members of the royal family play in spreading the word to a wider and younger audience," a royal insider spilled to an outlet. "Media and audience tests demonstrate the success of William and Kate's engagement with the younger generation through social media and public appearances. So it's important that they continue this success into 2024 and beyond."
This is reportedly causing a bit of frustration for the popular duo, since the increase in royal duties is taking away from their commitment to parenthood.
"I think that Kate and William are having to take on an awful lot and consider it, you know, but they've been very clear that their first priority is the is also to is to be parents to a young family," royal commentator Robert Jobson told a publication.
Despite their struggles, the Wales family is considered by many analysts to be the best guarantee that the monarchy can maintain its popularity in the years ahead.
Daily Express reported on the insider revelations.