Prince George of Superior
|Prince of Superior (more)|
Prince George in December 2018
August 19, 2004|
Two Harbors, Arrowhead, Superior
|Royal house||House of Welfburg|
|Royal Family of the Kingdom of Superior|
Prince George of Superior, (George Marcus Augustus-Miller, born August 19, 2004) is the second son and child of William II and Isabelle Carmoux and is a member of the Superian royal family. George is the second-in-line to the Superian throne, following his older brother, Prince Henry of Lakota. George is the twin brother of Princess Alexandra and is the eldest of the two.
Birth and childhood
Prince George, along with his sister Princess Alexandra, was born on August 19, 2004 at the Two Harbors General Hospital in Two Harbors, Arrowhead. As he was the first of the twins to be born, he was proclaimed the second-in-line to the throne, replacing his uncle, Prince August, Duke of Madison. Their births were celebrated by a twenty-one guns salute at the Lakota Palace, the residence of their father. He made his first public appearance alongside his sister on September 2 at St. Paul's Cathedral, where they were christen into National Lutheran Church. He currently resides at Heartland Palace, along with his sister and parents.
From 2009 to 2019, George attended the Miller Preparatory School in Saint Anthony and began attending the Augustus-Miller Preparatory Academy, a prestigious boarding school, in 2019. As of 2022, George continues to attend the school and is an active member of the school's soccer and swimming teams. In March 2023, Heartland Palace announced that George will attend the New Hanover Military Academy and become an enlisted member of the Superian Royal Army, continuing the Welfburg tradition.
George's first public appearance was his and his sister's christening, which occurred on September 2, 2004 at St. Paul's Cathedral in Saint Anthony. His first official public engagement was in 2015, when he attended the coronation of his father alongside the rest of his family. Like his Princess Alexandra, George has refrained from engaging in royal duties while continuing his education, though he has participated in some events. In 2016, he attended the state opening of Parliament. In 2019, George accompanied his father to Astoria and was in attendance when his father addressed the American Parliament.
Titles and styles
- August 19, 2004 - present His Royal Highness The Prince George