Prince George ‘proves monarchy’s future is bright’, says Karren Brady

Karren Brady raved over Prince George’s appearance at the Coronation yesterday, where he played the role of Prince of Honour for his grandfather King Charles III.

He became the youngest member of the monarchy ever to play a senior role in a Coronation in the history of Britain.

She wrote admiringly in The Sun: “Concentration etched on his face, his lips were pursed. He didn’t put a foot wrong.

“He walked with immense dignity and poker-straight composure behind his grandad, helping to carry his heavy, ornate robes at Westminster Abbey.”

Praising the “aplomb” with which he and his siblings played their roles, she declared: “It is clear that the future for the Royal Family looks bright.”

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She affectionately commented on the way that Prince Louis had “stolen the show” by cheekily yawning his way through the big event, including the crowning of the King himself.

Though it was a momentous occasion, with everyone’s eyes drawn towards Charles as the trumpets blared out, Louis also disappeared for a moment during the coronation, sparking concern from BBC presenter Jon Kay.

Karren also had words of affection for Prince William’s daughter, Princess Charlotte.

“I loved watching Charlotte clasping a protective hand around Louis as they walked into the Abbey, just as any big sister would, to ensure her little brother stayed focused and stuck to the rehearsed plan,” she exclaimed.

Karren suggested that Prince William – and of course his devoted wife Kate Middleton – were keen for the children to play a significant role in the Coronation proceedings, particularly their eldest son.

George – who arrived separately from his brother and sister – was “front and centre”, during the proceedings, along with the other Pages of Honour.

Queen Camilla’s great nephew Arthur Elliot, who is ten, and her grandsons Louis and Gus Lopez, 13, were also present, as was 13-year-old Freddy Parker Bowles.

“One can only wish to have been a fly on the wall behind the scenes at Buckingham Palace today!” Karren joked, playfully alluding to a “naughty” and “mischievous” streak in the family.

However, she concluded that all three of William’s children were likely to sleep well after such an exhausting day.

And Twitter too was flooded with messages from those who saw their roles as “adorable”.

When five-year-old Louis disappeared from his position beside his parents for what appeared to be a quick break during the ceremony, @sharon_RAROC chuckled: “Oh bless him, he did really well to last as long as he did. I half expected him to go and sit on grandpa’s lap!”

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