Prince George "had his facial expressions trained into him" ahead of his starring role in King Charles' Coronation, a body language expert has revealed to the Daily Star..
The nine-year-old, who will one day be King himself, was front and centre at Westminster Abbey on Saturday morning (May 6) and was even placed ahead of his mum and dad Kate Middleton and Prince William in the procession.
That's because he was serving as one of the King's Pages of Honour.
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In exclusive body language analysis for the Daily Star, Adrianne Carter – known as the Face Whisperer – revealed that Prince George was concentrating incredibly hard during the procession through Westminster Abbey.
She told us: "Prince George looks quietly confident so far holding the train.
"He looks like he's well prepared, from his demeanour and his posture. His facial expressions, too look like they've been trained
"George is concentrating and taking his role very seriously!"
Kate Middleton and Prince Wiliam were also involved in the procession, donned in stunning ceremonial robes.
The Prince and Princess of Wales chatted to each other as they waited to walk into the abbey, behind their eldest son Prince George who was one of the King’s pages of honour.
The couple appeared composed as they walked behind William’s father, followed by their daughter Princess Charlotte and their younger son, Prince Louis.
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Westminster Abbey was absolutely packed to the rafters for the occasion.
The list of 2,300 invited guests reads like a who’s who of politics, showbusiness, world leaders and foreign royalty, with a sprinkling of everyday heroes and close family and friends of the King and his wife.
French President Emmanuel Macron was attending to show his “friendship, respect and esteem” for the UK, with US singer-songwriter Lionel Richie, The Repair Shop’s Jay Blades, and the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children.
The Duke of Sussex has arrived at the abbey, but the Duchess of Sussex has remained at home in the US.
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