Prince George is also set to have a key role in the Coronation ceremony alongside his father, Prince William.
Queen Consort Camilla gives a speech at Clarence House
A source said: “The Queen Consort has said she does not want duchesses. She would like it to be her grandchildren. It’s a significant decision given the fact Camilla’s grandchildren have been largely shielded from the spotlight over the years.”
However, sources close to the King and Queen Consort say they are keen to get them involved to reflect their reality as a blended family and show how close they are to the teenagers.
Lola and Freddy are children of Camilla’s son Tom Parker Bowles’ while Eliza, Louis, and Gus are the children of her daughter Laura Lopes. Alongside the teenagers, the future King, Prince George is also expected to be handed a role.
Sasha Walpole was outed as the woman Prince Harry lost his virginity to after he detailed the encounter in his memoir, “Spare”. The so-called “older woman” – as written in Spare – is now using her newfound fame to raise some money for charity.
Sources suggested both William and Kate are keen for George to be involved so long as he’s not subjected to excessive scrutiny.
The source told The Times: “It sends a nice signal and is quite a bold move. It is another example of the King and Queen Consort being unafraid to shake things up a bit to reflect the realities of modern life, of which a blended family is a central element.”
Queen Consort Camilla’s popularity has risen in recent months as excitement builds ahead of the Coronation on May 6.
However, the build-up has not been without its bumpy moments with speculation over the presence of two senior royals.
Despite this, it is believed that King Charles has asked the Archbishop of Canterbury to act as an intermediary between the monarch and Prince Harry.
Should Prince Harry and Meghan be invited, they are not expected to be at the forefront of the ceremony.
King Charles is due to be crowned on Saturday, May 6.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK