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Shy and tired, the prince George’s comes to foreign property ritual on the tarmac of the airport in Berlin, when he accompanied his parents on an official trip. The little boy remained glued to the legs of his father, William, while rubbing the eyelids, and displaying a scowled…
He was clearly not in the mood. Prince George, who will celebrate his fourth birthday in a few days, now accompanies his parents, Kate and William, and his sister the princess Charlotte, on an official trip. Monday, 17 July, the entire family has made an arrival and very noticeable in Poland, and this Wednesday morning, it is in Berlin, Germany, they landed for a stay of three days.
But the little prince, which we know frequent mood swings, had a mine instead of scowling on the tarmac of the airport. In question ? Fatigue, most likely, after a few hours of travel, but also shyness. The little boy seemed very impressed by the protocol : red carpet, national guards, and officials of the German government were gathered to welcome them.
While the family was headed for its guests to greet them at the exit of the aircraft, George did not stop to rub the eyelids, the air bougon. And then, while her parents exchanged a few words with German officials, the young boy remained hidden in the legs of his dad, prince William. Unlike her sister Charlotte, very cheerful, and amused to tighten the clamp of a German minister, George, he did not dare to raise his eyes. There is no question of letting go the hand of his father, to which it was clamped. A behavior reminiscent of the one he had had just two days earlier, in Poland. Prince George would hate it already official travel? In Warsaw, William had gently reprimanded him, asking him to take out his hands from his pockets. This time, the father of George seemed more sympathetic, and wanted to keep it close to him.
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