Duchess Kate and Prince William, his father, Prince Charles, and Duchess Camilla will enjoy the film event of the year next week. However, according to British media, Prince George may forget about the ticket to the ceremony. The eight-year-old son of the duke couple from Cambridge could blame his parents at a later age.
The new Bond film No Time to Die, in which Daniel Craig returns for the last time as the legendary secret agent, has its world premiere next Tuesday. And members of the royal family will also be present at the gala screening.
According to the portal Express One of the most anticipated films of the year will be one of the first to be seen by Duchess Kate, Prince William, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla. But the nobles forgot about the children.
Princess Charlotte probably wouldn’t appreciate the picture, and Prince Louis is still too small. But the British media warned that Prince George would certainly want to see the new adventure of the famous James Bond.
However, Kate and William do not plan to take him to the Royal Albert Hall in London, where the premiere will take place. Although the film is available from the age of 12 and George is eight, younger children can join the hall accompanied by their parents.
It is possible that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will reconsider and eventually give the eldest son the experience that every little boy dreams of. If not, they can start preparing to blame them after years.
Check out a video of Prince George’s seventh birthday (10/2020):