Poor old Prince George. Since I posted this interview for Mother’s Day, his royal tot-ness (not the place) has arguably had little opportunity for ‘ladness’, having been signed up to his grandfather’s old £6.500-a-term pre-prep; endured Easter with just his mother and had his ‘cute nickname’ for the Queen exposed.
But, with new pictures being released imminently to celebrate HRH’s ninetieth birthday, wouldn’t it be rather refreshing if the cherubic face we’ve grown to know was accessorised with a stuck out tongue or a faintly blood-stained Peppa Pig plaster?
Since this infographic went down quite well, inspired by my own son NC who is a six month old ‘lad’ if ever there was one, I have embraced the it once more, revealing the (again, fictional):
8 riveting reasons for the ladness of prince george
KEY TO CHARACTERS
Characters are abbreviated as follows:
NW – not William (husband and father)
NG – not George (daughter, sister and two and a half year old)
NC – not Charlotte (son, brother and six month old)