Kate Middleton Won’t Release Birthday Photograph Of Prince George As She’s ‘Upset’

Prince Will, Kate Middleton and Prince George
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Kate Middleton won’t release a birthday photograph of Prince George as she’s ‘upset,’ according to a royal expert.

The Duchess of Cambridge wasn’t pleased about comments that were made about her eldest son when he attended the Euro 2020 final.

Many spectators picked up on the fact the seven-year-old was wearing a shirt and tie, as appose to a football shirt, and some even made fun of him.

See Prince George dressed in his suit and tie at Wembley in the clip below…

Chatting to The Royal Beat, biographer Angela Levin said: “There are rumours that we might not see the photograph [of Prince George] when he’s eight, because they’ve been so upset by the rudeness of people mocking a little boy aged seven, and I hope they can overcome that.”

During the match, hundreds of people took to Twitter to blast the decision to dress the young prince so formally.

One person wrote: “Why’ve they got Prince George at Wembley in a suit and tie? Let the poor kid wear an England shirt.”

A second wrote: “Will someone put Prince George in a football shirt please. No seven-year-old should be wearing a jacket and tie!”

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A third added: “Prince George looking like a little twerp in his suit and tie. They should’ve let the kid wear his three lions shirt.”

However, others pointed out that the Royals were just following strict dress code rules.

One person wrote: “You aren’t allowed football shirts in the posh seats at Wembley.”

Another added: “I would imagine Prince George might feel out of place considering everyone else in the photo is following the formal dress code – the right choice to allow George to dress as suits the company and dress code so he’s not isolated or different from the others in the VIP box.”

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