Serious Daddy Moment! Prince William Has Stern Look, As Prince George Gets Silenced By Cousin At Trooping The Colour Ceremony
The 2018 edition of the annual Trooping The Colour ceremony took place on Saturday, June 9th. Out of the many little moments that warmed our hearts, it was the kids that had us giggling the hardest.
Prince George gets shushed
The adorable moment when Prince George got 'silenced' by his cousin, Savannah, was one that social media just could not stop talking about.
The lovable pair was standing in front of the Duke of Cambridge who seemed to give them a pretty stern look. Perhaps, Prince William was disapproving because the National Anthem was playing at the time.
Apart from teasing her younger cousin, Savannah was also quite the delight as, at one point, she began waving her arms as if to act as a conductor of the Household Division band.
Princess Charlotte also got a little excited during the display. She clapped and cheered during the fly-past. Although, she cried at one point and had to be consoled by her mother.
Social media reacts
The internet had some of the best tweets following this special moment between Savannah and George.
Little Miss needs a talking to. Don't be cheeky during the anthem.— Lisa Love Edmond (@LisaLoveEdmond1) June 9, 2018
She looks like a little madam— Rachel Coombs (@Rachel_Coombs) June 9, 2018
Good to see them act like normal kids— Paul Leggott (@PaulLeggott) June 10, 2018
Savannah looks naughty just my Kinder girl 🤣— maddie (@1madwoman1962) June 9, 2018
Who is Savannah
The kiddos' shenanigans had us asking, who was this adorable young lady with such a bubbly personality?
Savannah is the Queen's oldest great-grandchild. The 7-year-old was born to Peter Phillips, who is Princess Anne's son.
When Savannah was born in 2010, she was 12th in line to the British throne. However, after the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children, she dropped down to the 15th place.
Her mother, Autumn, who was born in Canada, retained her Canadian citizenship. So, Savannah holds dual citizenship, making her the first Canadian citizen to be in the line of succession.
So, since she's technically a princess, why doesn't she have a royal title?
Well, after the birth of Peter Phillips, Princess Anne and her husband declined the Queen's offer to give him a royal title because they felt it could be a hindrance to their children's future career.