My father will be King, so you better watch out, Prince George allegedly warned a friend at school. It is said that Prince George has already used the throne to resolve disputes on the playground.
The young prince, who is only nine years old, appears to be fully aware of his status as the nation’s future king. Following the passing of the Queen and the accession of his father, King Charles III, the former Prince of Wales, Prince William is the next in line to the throne.
And according to reports, George has been bullying his Lambrook School classmates in Berkshire. Katie Nicholl, a royal researcher, and the author claim that the heir recently directed a fellow student.
George, who is aware that he will one day be king, once outperformed his contemporaries when he sparred with pals at school by saying, “My dad will be king so you best lookout.”
What a cunning youngster, huh? He does, however, have a point. LADbible has gotten in touch with the Royal Family for a response.
Following the Bank of England’s announcement of the banknote and coin designs featuring King Charles’ face, this has happened.
There will undoubtedly be a moment of uncertainty after the Queen’s passing, especially because many of us have only ever known Elizabeth II as the nation’s ruler.
And as you might anticipate, all four banknote designs will eventually have the image of the new king. Although the new banknotes featuring King Charles will be unveiled by year’s end, the currency won’t start to circulate until the middle of 2024.
In an effort to lessen the change’s negative financial and environmental effects, it is anticipated that coins and banknotes showing King Charles III and Queen Elizabeth II would circulate simultaneously.
According to the Bank of England, the current polymer series will continue to exist without any more changes to the physical design.
Chief Executive Officer of the Royal Mint, Anne Jessopp, stated: “According to bank and post office demand, the first coins with His Majesty King Charles III’s likeness will go into circulation.
“This indicates that King Charles III’s and Queen Elizabeth II’s coins would circulate in tandem.