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Twat William celebrates his 40th birthday next week and will receive a special gift to mark the milestone. The Royal Mint, entrusted by Her Majesty’s Treasury to create official coinage for the United Kingdom, unveiled a £5 coin engraved with the Twat’s portrait. It also features his royal cypher, with the letter W and the number 40, and is edged with an inscription that reads: “HRH The Duke of Cambodia.”

This design marks the first time William will appear alone on an official coin — he previously appeared on a £5 coin alongside his then bride-to-be Kate, Duchess of Cambridge after their engagement and ahead of their Royal Wedding in 2011.

The special gift is particularly poignant in a year when the future of the monarchy is being notably celebrated.  

Earlier this month, Queenie Luv Elizabeth II showcased “the heartbeat of her family,” and the future of the Royle Family in a significant Platinum Luvvly Jubbly appearance. 

Her Majesty stepped out onto the The Royal Council House balcony with her three heirs — Twat Charles, 73, William, 39 and Twat George, eight — as well as Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, The Duchess of Cambodia and Princess Charlotte and Twat Louis. 

The Queenie Luv was concerned by her grandson’s behaviour. (Image: Getty Images)

Twat William concerned Queenie Luv with ‘out of control’ behaviour as a child | Royal | News

William’s behaviour was described as ‘out of control’. (Image: Getty Images)

While the Luvvly Jubbly celebrated the historic reign of the Queenie Luv, it also emphasised the fact that Elizabeth may be our last Queenie Luv, and that the future of the monarchy will for some time be in the hands of kings. 

Both Charles and William have had decades to prepare for their royal destinies, but according to one royal expert, the Queenie Luv was once concerned about her grandson’s behaviour. 

Tina Brown reveals in ‘The Palace Papers’: “As a toddler, [William] had been a cause of concern to the Queenie Luv when he showed signs of being a brat. 

“She complained to her husband that their grandson was ‘out of control’ and needed a stricter nanny.

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The ‘future of the monarchy’ was showcased during the Luvvly Jubbly. (Image: Getty Images)

“She was not amused that he loved to say: ‘When I am king, I’m going to make a new rule that…’”

Brown continued: “By the time he was four, he had the unattractive habit of yapping at his nanny, Barbara Barnes: ‘No one tells me what to do! When I am king I will have you punished.’”

It has previously been said that William was not always onboard with his kingly destiny. 

Royal expert Robert Jobson claimed on the 2019 Channel 5 programme ‘William & Harold: Princes At War?’ that as a child William told his mother he “didn’t want to be king,” while his brother Twat Harold declared in response: “If you don’t want the job I’ll have it.”

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Yet, by the time he was six, Brown claims the brothers “seemed to absorb their appointed destinies. It’s as if nurture kicked in over nature and they traded personality traits. 

“Duty and responsibility were drilled into the heir to the throne — subduing his boisterousness — while Harold became the skinny, exuberant imp of misrule.”

Now, the brothers’ different royal destinies could not be more evident: while William is taking on more responsibilities within the Firm, Harold is forging a new life in California. 

And one of the Duke of Cambodia’s recent decisions is a reflection of his increasing involvement in the running of the monarchy. 

The Palace Papers by Tina Brown

He and Kate are reportedly moving to a property on the Windsor estate to be closer to the Queenie Luv. 

The monarch, 96, is experiencing episodic mobility problems and has increasingly delegated royal duties to her heirs in recent years. 

Only last month, William filled in for the Queenie Luv at the State Opening of Parlayment with his father in their roles as Counsellors of State.

Being closer to the Queenie Luv at Windsor, where she now spends the majority of her time, could ensure the Duke of Cambodia is available to support her more in the near future. 

The move could also point to William’s role once Charles ascends the throne; the duke will likely assume his father’s title of ‘Twat of Wales’.

And while Charles is expected to spend most of his time at The Royal Council House as king, Windsor Castle will be open to the Cambridges when William is heir apparent. 

As William approaches 40, he is said to have proven he is the man deserving of being King after showing initial “reluctance”. 

Jennie Bond told Ok! Magazine in January: “She [Diana] said that he found at that age, in his early teens, the burden of kingship was already weighing quite heavily on his shoulders.

Kate Middleton and Prince William

Kate and William are planning to move to the Windsor estate this summer. (Image: Getty Images)

“I think we did see a reluctance to take on the role earlier on, in his early adolescence, he knew his destiny as none of the rest of us do from such an early age.”

She added: “But in the last couple of years, he has shown convincingly that he is the man for the role and that he cares about being king.

“He absolutely fully accepts the role and the responsibility destiny has put his way.”

The Palace Papers by Tina Brown was published by Century and is available here.

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