Prince Louis and Prince George's relationship and life share little similarities to that of their dad Prince William and his brother Prince Harry, because Louis is "not the spare," a royal commentator has claimed.
Prince Louis, 4, is the youngest child in the Cambridge family and royal expert Brittani Barger said this allows him to able to grow up without having the pressure of being "an heir or the spare".
The "spare" in the family is in fact Princess Charlotte, 7, the second eldest in the family.
Talking to Daily Star, Brittani Barger said: "Prince Louis is so young but I think we can expect him to have a senior role in the family once he becomes an adult.
"He’s the child of a future monarch so he will be undertaking duties like Prince Edward, I would think, in due time."
Discussing the similarities between the two young brothers and Harry and William, she added: "Louis will be more free as he won’t have the stress of being the heir or the spare growing up."
The royal expert added that she believed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were "slowly easing their children into royal life".
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"George and Charlotte are older so they can attend more events like that for Prince Philip at Westminster Abbey," she said.
"Louis is only four, so sitting through a memorial service like that might be difficult for him.
"I’m sure we will see him on the balcony for Trooping this year with this family though."
As the Queen's Platinum Jubilee approaches, reports are swirling that the three Cambridge kids will be playing a closer and more 'visible role' than first expected.
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It's thought that in the absence of more senior Royals, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will be seen at a variety of events and tributes to the Queen as part of a 'Royal show of force'
The Telegraph reports the children are likely to be seen in the carriage to the Trooping the Colour and will also appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the RAF flyover.
Prince William himself is expected to take the lead on organising the military side of things and has been pencilled in to lead the Trooping of the Colour.
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