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The unusual royal rule that could separate Princess Charlotte and Prince George when he turns 12




Prince George is turning 11 this month



Prince George may soon be unable to travel with Prince William and Princess Charlotte because of an unusual royal rule designed to protect the monarchy, it has emerged.


This rule was also in place when William was a child, and when he turned 12 years old he was no longer able to travel with his father, then the Prince of Wales and younger brother, then third in line to the throne.


Now that George is third in line and Charlotte is fourth, in the event of an accident on an aircraft or another form of transportation, it could threaten the immediate line of succession were they all to travel together.


News of the unusual rule was revealed ahead of Prince George’s 11th birthday on 22 July by King Charles’s former pilot, Graham Laurie.


He told OK! magazine: “We flew all four: the Prince, the Princess, Prince William and Prince Harry, up until Prince William was 12 years old.

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