In the world of royalty, some members are born with greater manual dexterity in their left hand rather than their right. One such member is Prince William.
For many generations, several members of the British royal family have been left-handed. Historical royals known to have used their left hand more include Queen Victoria, George II of Great Britain, and George VI, who shared this peculiarity with his wife, Queen Elizabeth, also known as the Queen Mother.
Is Prince William left-handed?
Yes, Prince William is left-handed. The son of King Charles III demonstrated that he wrote with his left hand in his first public appearance, in 1991, when he signed the guest book at Llandaff Cathedral.
William has been seen signing left-handed at various public events.
As part of the inheritance, Prince George is another member of the British royal family who inherited this singularity.
Which British royals are left-handed?
Another left-handed member of the Windsor household is Sophie Rhys-Jones, the Duchess of Edinburgh, who is married to Queen Elizabeth II’s youngest son, Prince Edward. Like Prince William, the Duchess has been seen using her left hand when signing documents.