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George, Charlotte, Louis burdened with new responsibility

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s three children are no longer exempt for a national service as new plans are underway to revive the practice.

The Telegraph reported that British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced the first major policy of general election campaign on Sunday, vowing to bring back National Service for 18-year-olds.

Sunak shared that if he was re-elected, the policy would be implemented. Moreover, a spokesperson him confirmed to the outlet that the royal children will not be exempt from the National Service.

The future King and Queen, the Prince and Princess of Wales are parents to Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 9, and Prince Louis, 6.

Furthermore, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie also have young children who would be eligible to take part once they reach 18 as well as Prince Edward’s son, the Earl of Wessex, who is 16.

Previously, members of the royal family have served in the military. William spent seven-and-a-half years in full-time military service. Meanwhile, Prince Harry undertook overseas deployments with the British Army in Afghanistan.

In recent news, the Prince of Wales indicated that his eldest son, George, has shown keen interest in flying planes and helicopters, alluding to his future of joining the service.

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