Members of the British royal family are always portrayed in a special and appropriate manner, especially in public, but a video that has surfaced shows Prince William and Queen Elizabeth II involved in some family behavior.
The video is of the Queen’s official birthday party “Color Trooping 2016”, which William attended with his wife Kate Middleton, children’s Prince George, Princess Charlotte and other members of the royal family. The clip shows the Duke of Cambridge, dressed in formal uniforms for the Irish guards, “told” by the Queen as he appeared to be engaged on the palace balcony.
A video shared on Wednesday, July 21, by TickTalk @BarbToker shows William kneeling with his eldest son, Prince George. He was pointing to the sky, trying to distract George from looking at the Royal Air Force flyover above the palace, but his grandmother did not seem to be impressed by his behavior.
When William turned to talk to his wife, Kate, and his brother, Prince Harry, the queen angrily touched his arm and motioned for him to “stand up.” The future king took his grandmother’s advice, stood up, and commented on the coordination moves of RAF planes over Buckingham Palace.
The title of the video states, “You never get old enough to talk to your grandmother.” In just two days, more than 25,000 people have watched the clip, with many making fun of their exchange. “The queen says stand up, you stand up,” one said secretly, while another commented on a serious note that the king was just telling her to stand up. “What’s happening at the moment?” Respect. “
A third argued, “She is being reprimanded [sic] Being a good father. Just because he needs to stand up straight like a royalty, is he human too? “
According to a body language expert, William often behaves similarly in other public events, proving that he is preparing his eldest son George for his role as future king. ۔ Judy James explained Daily Star: “George is holding hands with his parents to walk with them in a more mirror-like manner and he is usually seen holding his father’s hand in such a way that William shows his son “Keeping it close to our future royal role.”