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Uh-oh: Prince George has picked up a very cheeky Christmas habit

The Cambridges are certainly feeling the festive spirit as we inch closer and closer towards Christmas. The Christmas decorations have gone up in Kensington Palace and the royal’s home is looking more magical than ever.

They may be one of the most famous families in the world, but Kate and William want to ensure that their children- Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis- know that it isn’t all about presents.


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However, one of the Cambridge children is certainly struggling with this. Prince George, who is the eldest of Kate and William’s children, has picked up quite the cheeky Christmas habit and it’s one that millions of children have around the world.

According to Hello Magazine, Prince William shared his son’s naughty habit with a radio DJ.

The dad-of-three revealed that in the past Prince George has been caught opening his Christmas presents earlier than he should.


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The royals are known for following the German tradition of opening gifts on Christmas Eve, but it looks like young George just can’t wait until December 24.

“He said they were all really excited about it and that George is already opening his presents. He thought it was quite funny. That’s kids for you, even the ones that are princes!” the DJ said at the time.


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There’s no doubt we’ve all sneakily opened a present or two when we were younger so we’re not surprised Prince George has picked up this silly habit.

Let’s just hope Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis don’t follow in their big brothers footsteps or there’ll be no presents to open at Kensington Palace on Christmas Day.




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