On May 6, Prince George may play an official role in his grandfather's coronation ceremony.

The Prince and Princess of Wales are thinking about bringing their nine-year-old son to the event.

The Queen's five adolescent grandchildren are expected to perform official duties at the ceremony.

It is unclear what roles the teenage grandchildren will play, but it indicates a close relationship with King Charles.

According to Palace sources, the Queen did not intend for her five grandchildren to hold the canopy over her during the ceremony.

Discussions about a potential role for the Queen's grandchildren rather than the King's grandchildren would be "wholly inappropriate."

Given his future as king, it is expected that only Prince George will play a role.

Given the public scrutiny, Prince William and Catherine are still deciding what is best for their son.

Prince George's siblings are anticipated to attend, but the Harry's children will not.