What will be Prince George and Louis’ military future?

Prince George and Prince Louis are likely to follow in the footsteps of dad Prince William and Grandfather Prince Charles when they grow up, a royal commentator has suggested.

According to the details, George, 7, and Louis, 3, will one day be expected to follow in the footsteps of their father and grandfather by undertaking a stint in the British military.

TheThings narrator Carmen Sandi said: “Prince William joined the Army, Prince Charles joined the Navy and Prince Harry served in the Air Force. If you’re sensing a theme, you’d be absolutely right. Men in the Royal Family aren’t just encouraged to join the military, it’s expected of them.”

“They may not have to worry about that now, with George and Louis still being as young as they are but, eventually, this is something they will have to consider doing as they get older,” Sandi added.

Prince William served for 7 years in the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy. He was promoted to Flight Lieutenant in 2009 and went on to a full-time role with the Royal Air Force Service.

A 2018 statement from Kensington Palace stated that during his time as a pilot, Prince William had undertaken a total of 156 search and rescue operations, rescuing 149 people.

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