Young Prince George’s Personality Revealed By A Family Friend

Unlike his little sister, Princess Charlotte, who is known for her outgoing, bubbly personality, Prince George is quite shy. However, once he warms up, he is allegedly “full of beans”, according to the source.

A family friend revealed to PEOPLE that the young Prince is “a jolly little person and inquisitive.”

Six-year-old George has been able to expend some of that energy during a vacations in Mustique with his family.

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After his summer vacation wraps, dad William and mom Kate will reportedly throw a magic-themed party for George and his friends to celebrate his birthday. Apparently, the young Prince is a big fan of magic.

The party will also include a “royal bouncy castle” which will be set up in the palace gardens for George and his pals to play on.

During her appearance on Blue Peter, Kate talked about how her method of dragging George, Charlotte and Louis outside “come rain and shine” is a great plus for their mental health. 

“Even a short amount of time — 10-15 minutes outside — makes a huge difference to both physical well-being but also to our mental well-being,” she shared.

George and his sister Charlotte also enjoyed a day out at a local festival with their grandma Carole and grandpa Michael over the weekend.

Michael and Carole Middleton took the siblings to Englefield Summer Fete, close to their home in Bucklebury. According to PEOPLE, an onlooker revealed: “They were having such fun going from stall to stall, playing on all the games.”

“George did pretty well at the ‘crockery smash’ stall. He looked very pleased with himself.

The onlooker continued: “They were so cute, and Charlotte particularly was very friendly, politely saying hello to other children.

“George was running around, exactly like all the other children.”

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