Prince George : this family tradition that goes pass his father, prince William

Princes William and George have bread on the board during their stay at the Balmoral ! The future king has the difficult task of teaching a great family tradition to his oldest son, who had been introduced by the queen mother.

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As every year during the summer period, the british royal family is joined at the castle of Balmoral in Scotland. While queen Elizabeth II arrived for several days, she is now eagerly awaiting the rest of the clan Windsor do to catch up. Unfortunately, Meghan Markle, prince Harry and Archie will not be present this year due to the health crisis, even if they had planned to come !

The british monarch will, however, be able to rely on the joy of being reunited with her great-grandchildren, the princes George and Louis, as well as the princess Charlotte, which should arrive with Kate Middleton and prince William very soon. After spending a few days in the Scilly islands, it is so small that the family Cambridge will benefit from the end of the summer. And the little George was already a big activity planned, which acts as a tradition within the royal family : learning to fly-fishing.

The competition will be tough

William and Kate are keen that George can begin to enjoy fishing on the banks of the river Dee, near Balmoral, where an abundance of salmon and trout with occasional wild-caught,” revealed a source close to the family of the Sun. The brother of Charlotte and Louis is going to have to try several rods before finding the one that suits him ! A tradition that dates back several generations, since it is Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, mother of queen Elizabeth II which was introduced in the family. The queen mother is described as “a worked at the fly of scottish passionate and competent” by the media of the uk. And the little George is going to be the competition, since James Mountbatten-Windsor, the grandson of queen Elizabeth II, has proved to be a “young but talented fly fisherman“.