Will and Kate may give Prince George formal role at King Charles coronation

The Prince and Princess of Wales could be set to give eldest son Prince George a "formal role" at King Charles III's upcoming coronation.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are said to be "considering" the possibility of handing their eldest a major responsibility at the Royal event in May this year.

While Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, are set to attend the ceremony as spectators, it would appear Prince George, nine, will be involved in a hands-on role.

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The pair are still considering what role to give to their eldest son, but it would appear they are determined to involve the youngster in his grandfather's celebration.

It was also confirmed that Camilla Parker Bowles' five grandchildren would be involved in the ceremony in an unprecedented move, a source claimed.

Involving the Queen Consort's five grandchildren would be a first but one that the new regime of the Royal Family is keen to make.

Daily Star previously reported King Charles was ditching a major coronation staple for the sake of modernity, and it would appear involving Camilla's five grandchildren marks a similar move.

It comes as Tom Parker Bowles' two children, aged 13 and 15, and Laura Lopes' three children, two twins aged 13 and a 15-year-old daughter, will be part of the coronation proceedings, Independent reported.

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What their role will be is yet to be confirmed but a source indicated it is all part of the Royal Family moving their image to represent that of a modern family.

Other family members are yet to be confirmed for the event also, with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle yet to publicly announce their attendance or absence from the event.

King Charles is reportedly very keen to reunite brothers William and Harry, in a plan that was previously ridiculed by royal expert Daniela Elser as "rife with problems".

Daily Star previously reported that mediations between the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex had been undertaken by the Archbishop of Canterbury, at the King's request.

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