Reportedly, there is an ‘argument’ between Prince William and Kate regarding George’s coronation role

According to royal commentator Tom Quinn, Prince William and Kate Middleton are said to be in an “argument” over their eldest son Prince George’s participation in King Charles’ “more inclusive” coronation on May 6.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly concerned that it may be overwhelming for their 9-year-old son.

Quinn, the author of “Gilded Youth: A History of Growing Up in the Royal Family,” shared his perspective with the UK’s Express, claiming that there is a disagreement about whether George should have a more formal role in the official crowning of King Charles.

The couple is worried that it may have a negative impact on their son’s public image. Additionally, they are uneasy about George’s involvement because they believe he may still be too young to take on more royal responsibilities.

“It’s almost an echo of the way William and [Prince] Harry were sometimes made to attend formal occasions that they shouldn’t have been made to attend,” Quinn said, referencing how William and his younger brother, 38, undertook many royal engagements in their younger years.

The Post has attempted to contact palace representatives to provide a comment regarding Quinn’s claims.

During their youth, Prince William and Prince Harry were made to participate in one of the most well-known events, which was the 1997 funeral of their mother, Princess Diana. They were observed walking behind her casket, accompanying the rest of the royal family.

“A lot of people criticized that and said that it was a horrible thing to make two boys that young, and especially Harry, do,” Quinn said.

He continued: “So I think people are remembering this and thinking, ‘Well hang on a minute, if George is some sort of a pageboy, or has a similar role at the coronation, is that going back too far towards the traditional roles?’”

“There is a debate going on quite fiercely at the moment about how to do that. And, as far as I’ve heard, it hasn’t been decided yet,” Quinn alleged.

In recent years, Prince George and his younger siblings Princess Charlotte, aged 7, and Prince Louis have made several official appearances. Last September, George and Charlotte attended the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth, and they also appeared at her Platinum Jubilee in June.

They also served as pageboy and flower girl at Harry and his wife Meghan Markle’s 2018 wedding.

Leaked plans revealing the proposed roles of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis in the upcoming coronation were reported by UK outlets on Saturday.

According to the plans, the three children are expected to ride in a carriage behind a Gold State Coach transporting King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla, along with their parents Prince William and Kate Middleton.