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Prince George and uncle Prince Harry’s similar trait


Prince George and uncle Prince Harry’s similar trait


According to an expert, Prince George is following in his uncle Prince Harry’s footsteps after showing a similar “joker” tendency to the Duke.

Ken Wharfe addressed the moment Prince George and Savannah Phillips were seen kidding around with each other at the 2018 Trooping of the Colour ceremony during Channel 5’s documentary “Secrets of the Royal Palaces.”

Ken Wharfe likened it to the 1990 Trooping of the Colour event, where Prince Harry covered Princess Beatrice’s mouth and was dubbed a “joker”.

During the Trooping the Colour in 2018, Prince George stood next to his cousin Savannah Phillips, and as the Royal Family waved to the crowd, Zara Phillips’ daughter playedfully covered George’s mouth.

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At The Queen’s birthday festivities 28 years ago, Prince Harry did the same thing by placing his hand on two-year-old Princess Beatrice’s lips.


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Wharfe defined Prince William and Kate Middleton’s eldest son as a “joker” with a sense of humor close to his uncle, who now resides in the United States.

“Harry was a joker and still is,” the royal expert said of the two adorable scenes.

“Younger children like Beatrice and others are the same. I think it’s what kids do,” Wharfe said.

Royal lovers who saw the similarities in the two moments took to social media to express their delight.

“Prince Harry & Princess Beatrice vs. Savannah & Prince George. Runs in the family!” one Twitter user said.

“History repeating itself! Blows my mind'” wrote another. ‘

When in the United Kingdom for Prince Philip’s funeral, Prince Harry missed seeing Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

Prince Harry recently returned to the United Kingdom to attend the burial of his grandfather, Prince Philip. Harry’s short tour, though, did not include much face-time with other members of the royal family due to COVID-19 constraints. According to Us Weekly, he didn’t get to see his nieces and nephews (a.k.a. the Cambridge kids) at all during the tour.

“Harry didn’t get to see [Prince] George, [Princess] Charlotte and [Prince] Louis in the U.K.,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly of Prince William and Duchess Kate’s children, who are 7, 5, and 3, respectively. “Aside from the day of Philip’s funeral (which George, Charlotte and Louis didn’t attend) and meeting privately with the queen, he was in isolation at Frogmore [Cottage].”

The young royals—Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, who turned three on Friday, April 23—weren’t invited to the ceremony, which had a limit of 30 people.

Meghan Markle, who is expecting the couple’s second child, did not travel “on doctor’s orders” because she was “too far along to fly and it’s recommended she rest in the final months.”

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  1. Nandini Ratnam

    May 13, 2021 at 5:20 pm

    I love Prince George, even at this young age there is an air of calmness and poise in him. I think he is truly embibed with royal genes and knows somewhere down the road he is going to be a king.

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