Prince George's Cousin Savannah Phillips Is Clearly Unimpressed with the Future King's Singing

She jokingly covered his mouth during the singing of "God Save the Queen."

Even if your cousin is the future King of England, you still have to put him in his place when he's being annoying. At today's Trooping the Colour celebration, Savannah Phillips, the Queen's oldest great-grandchild, and the daughter of Peter and Autumn Phillips did just that today on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

During the singing of "God Save the Queen," Phillips simply wasn't interested in hearing George's voice anymore and covered his mouth.

Watch the whole thing go down in this video from Twitter:

And then again in this hilarious gif posted by royals reporter Omid Scobie.

That straight to camera glare is the best part.

Clearly, it was in good fun. All the royal youngsters up on the balcony, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Savannah and Isla Phillips, appeared to be having a great time laughing and enjoying the flyover and goofing off:

Given that Isla and Savannah were not at Prince Harry's wedding last month, this is the first time we've seen them publicly with the rest of the royal family since Christmas of 2017.

While Savannah and Prince George are second cousins, Isla and Savannah's first cousin, Mia Tindall was not present at Trooping the Colour. Not only is Mia's mom Zara quite pregnant with her second child, but they don't normally attend the day's celebration.

George's younger brother Prince Louis was also not up on the balcony, likely because he is too young.

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

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