Looks like Prince George has learned a few extra naughty words he can show off to his mates in school.
The future king was subject to some rather colourful language when Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios dropped the F-word during the Wimbledon final.
Eight-year-old George had the best seat in the house at Centre Court, perched up in the royal box alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
And it was box office entertainment with Kyrgios and Novak Djokovic producing a brilliant game of tennis which saw the Australian fall agonisingly short of clinching his first ever grand slam title.
But throughout the clash, Kyrgios was growing frustrated and appeared to use the F-bomb as he shouted into the crowd.
His words were picked up by the on-court microphones, prompting the BBC commentator to say: “Apologies for the language, it’s live sport, it’s tense.”
While American sports broadcaster Chris Fowler added: “Not sure Prince George sees a lot of behaviour like this around the palace on a routine basis.”
It was hard to make out exactly what he was yelling, but he seemed to be aiming it at his entourage of friends and family.
“Just say something,” Kyrgios said.
“Do you f**king care at all?”
Prince George on the way home after watching Kyrgios at Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/aijLy53H5A— Dan (@DanWrexham) July 10, 2022
Prince George after spending the day sitting above Kyrgios pic.twitter.com/ChBmMaxw22— Ninos 👻 (@NinosTheBoss) July 10, 2022
Kyrgios is really giving Prince George an education in Australian English 😂😬 #Wimbledon— Clarissa Phillips (@clarissap83) July 10, 2022
Putting an eight-year-old in a suit and then putting him in a front row seat to a Kyrgios match is a strange pair of parenting plays, Will.#wimbledon— Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) July 10, 2022
A lot of fun to imagine Kyrgios is yelling directly at Prince George on every point— James Colley (@JamColley) July 10, 2022
Prince George learning some new words for school tomorrow 🙈— Alex Beresford (@alexberesfordTV) July 10, 2022
With young George sitting within earshot, you wouldn't be surprised if you saw William or Kate lean over and cover his ears during one of Kyrgios' meltdowns.
They didn't, of course, but fans on social media had a field day at the thought of the eight-year-old asking his parents later on about some of the new words he learned throughout the day.
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