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Prince George can today fully appreciate why his ancestors made the executive decision to send hundreds of thousands of British convicts to the harsh southern contintent all of those years ago.
This comes as the third-in-line for the British royal throne made his first ever Wimbledon visit, at eight years of age.
Dressed in a dapper navy suit, Prince George was flanked by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as they the watched the Serbian take on the outspoken Australian at Centre Court.
This special outing was a great learning experience for the youngster, who can now look forward to a lifetime of doing absolutely nothing but going to these kind of events – and making sure he smile for the camera.
However, that task proved a bit too difficult, even for his seasoned parents, as the on-court language got a ‘little too Canberra’ for their Windsor sensibilities.
It seems that the future King may have been a little bit rattled by The Kyng.
“Daddy?” said Prince George.
“Is this why we sent them to Australia?”
Prince William grunted a vague ‘yes’ – as he did his best to avoid the tabloid lip-readers.
“That’s exactly why my Prince”
Prince George chuckled.
“The language, daddy.
“Not even the Catholic gardeners at Hillsborough Castle speak that way”
This conversation was then interrupted by a frustrated Kyrgios, as he let out the biggest F-bomb to ever grace the high church of world tennis.
“My Goodness” said the tween Prince.
“The convict mannerisms definitely remain in these antipodean heathens”
His mother interjects.
“Darling, I dare say they’ve gotten worse”