This is when George and Charlotte will have to start bowing to The Queen

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So many royal rules, so little time.
Has anyone else noticed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte don’t bow to the Queen?

In fairness, they’re children, but that does not make them exempt from this tradition.

This is when George and Charlotte will have to start bowing to The Queen Photo C GETTY
This is when George and Charlotte will have to start bowing to The Queen Photo C GETTY

According to Marlene Eilers Koenig, a royal historian, the young royals will be bowing very soon.

“Certainly by age five. The only person they will curtsy or bow to is the sovereign. A royal highness does not curtsy to another royal highness.”

Certainly by age five The only person they will curtsy or bow to is the sovereign Photo C GETTY
Certainly by age five The only person they will curtsy or bow to is the sovereign Photo C GETTY

Prince George just celebrated his fifth birthday, and while we’re yet to see a bow – we’re sure he’s practicing.

For the young Prince’s birthday, he celebrated in the Caribbean with his family.

He also received a special commemorative coin from the royal mint to honour his fifth year.

Casual!

The lovely Princess Charlotte is only three so she has a couple of years until shes expected to curtsey to her Great Gran Photo C GETTY
The lovely Princess Charlotte is only three so she has a couple of years until shes expected to curtsey to her Great Gran Photo C GETTY

The lovely Princess Charlotte is only three, so she has a couple of years until she’s expected to curtsey to her Great-Gran.

So there you have it!

Expect to see George and Charlotte bowing to their lovely Great Grandmother soon enough.

Source: HER IE