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7 Times Prince George Was Simply Not Having It

His pouty face upon arrival in Poland was just one of the young royal's most memorable grumpy moments.
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While most soon-to-be four-year-olds are playing trucks and watching Sesame Street, young Prince George is already learning the ropes of international diplomacy. He's remarkably well-behaved for his age, but every so often, the camera will catch the young royal with a less-than-pleasant disposition. Read on for seven of his most memorable cranky moments.

1. A sleepy Prince George arrives in Germany


He couldn't stop rubbing his eyes!

2. Upon arrival in Poland on the Royal Tour


The young royal reportedly didn't want to get off the plane.

3. When boredom set in at 2017's Trooping the Colour


There's only so long a three-year-old can stand still on a balcony.

4. At his first official engagement


The plane-obsessed royal was slightly overwhelmed at the Royal International Air Tattoo.

5. At his Aunt Pippa's Wedding


He was reportedly reprimanded after he stepped on the bride's dress.

6. At Princess Charlotte's Christening


George's papa Prince William consoled him, while Kate went on ahead with baby Charlotte.

7. During the royal tour of Australia


He was seen crying at Fairbairn Defence Base during his first official trip overseas.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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