- Members of the Royal Family got together to make special Christmas puddings and it was (naturally) filmed
- Young Prince George was part of the action and his behaviour, along with that of the Queen, soon went viral
- A video clip that makes it look like the older woman flees from her great-grandchild as he pounds his pudding
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Prince George, his father Prince William, grandfather Prince Charles, and great-grandmother, the Queen, were filmed at Buckingham Palace recently.
They were there to support The Royal British Legion's 'Together at Christmas' initiative, as reported on by News24, and had taken part in making special Christmas puddings.
A short video clip from the event went viral as it amused social media users.
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In the video, the young prince is seen attempting to mix the sticky ingredients, and going at it quite vigorously.
The Queen backs away and walks to the other side of the table, and this is what entertained people so much, Briefly.co.za noticed.
It looked like the Queen was backing away from Prince George, and soon jokes about this were flooding the social media streets.
Check out what some peeps had to say:
"He practising for when his father won’t leave the throne and he ready to take the crown."
"Years of being made to wear the clothes of a haunted victorian doll I don't blame him tbh."
"Am sure he hears a lot and may not be happy with what is going on. That child looks frustrated and was acting out. Massive PR failure, they seem not to learn."
"We gonna have a 2nd Jack the Ripper in the royal family when this young boy finish his studies as a doctor."
"Lmao, she is the personification of bad vibes but yeah that kid stabbing some imaginary friends over there."
"He harbours chaotic energy and she’s like no I'm gonna chill over here, chief"
"Yeah, I’ll be gone before this kid becomes Jack the Ripper. All good not my problem"
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