Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are set to join Prince William on an upcoming royal engagement.

The Prince of Wales is poised to visit a homeless centre later this year.


The move echos his mother Princess Diana’s own visits to homeless centres in the 1990s.

Prince William is set to bring his children, George, Charlotte and Louis with him on the engagement, according to The Times.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are set to join Prince William on an upcoming royal engagement.

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In June, the Prince of Wales launched a five-year programme in a bid to tackle homelessness across the UK.

William said regarding the venture: “In a modern and progressive society, everyone should have a safe and secure home, be treated with dignity and given the support they need.

“Through Homewards, I want to make this a reality and over the next five years, give people across the UK hope that homelessness can be prevented when we collaborate.”

It comes as Prince George is set to be separated from Prince William and Princess Charlotte as a royal ban will come into place from next year.

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In June, the Prince of Wales launched a five-year programme in a bid to tackle homelessness across the UK.

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George, 10, is Prince William and Princess Catherine’s eldest child and is second in line to the throne.

Prince William is first in the Royal Family’s line of succession and George’s younger sister Princess Charlotte is third.

George, who will turn 11 this month, was born on July 22 2013.

There is a royal rule in place that limits which royals can travel together in the same plane.

Currently, Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte can all travel together but that may change when George turns 12 in July 2025.

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Prince William is first in the Royal Family’s line of succession and George’s younger sister Princess Charlotte is third.

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte

If the same method is applied then Prince George will fly in a separate plan to William, the Princess of Wales and his two younger siblings Charlotte and Louis.

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King Charles’s former pilot, Graham Laurie revealed how a royal rule meant that William started travelling on a different plane to his father once he turned 12 in 1994.

Laurie told OK!: “We flew all four: the Prince, the Princess, Prince William and Prince Harry, up until Prince William was 12 years old.”

“After that, he had to have a separate aircraft and we could only fly all four together when they were young with the written permission of Her Majesty.”

If the same method is applied then Prince George will fly in a separate plan to William, the Princess of Wales and his two younger siblings Charlotte and Louis.

However, it may be decided that William is the one to fly on his own and George travels with his mother and siblings.