Prince George Sticks His Tongue Out After Queen’s Funeral: Photos – Hollywood Life

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Still the expressive heir to the throne, Prince George ended the long day of his great-grandmother’s funeral with a cheeky gesture. In photos you can SEE HERE, the nine-year-old royal was seen in a car after services for Queen Elizabeth II on Monday, September 19, staring at a photographer, then shamelessly sticking his tongue out from behind the safety of the vehicle’s passenger window. Next to him, little sister Princess Charlotte7, glanced at photographers after the Westminster Abbey event, although Prince Louis4, was not at the event – he was deemed too young for the dark occasion.

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Prince George is seen in a vehicle after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral on September 19, 2022 in London (Sarah Meyssonnier/AP/Shutterstock)

Mom Kate Middleton40 years old and queen consort Camille Parker Bowles, 75, was also visible, sitting in the back seat but apparently oblivious to the child’s antics. George, who is now third in line to the British throne, looked dapper in his classic suit and tie, but it is clear from the photos that the long day at Westminster Abbey in London took its toll on the youngster royal. Princess Charlotte was seen earlier today overcome with emotion and comforted by her mother, who is now the Princess of Wales following the monarch’s death at 96.

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Prince George is seen at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on September 19, 2022. (Tim Rooke/Shutterstock)

Queen Elizabeth died on Thursday, September 8, and her historic state funeral, commemorating her unprecedented seven decades on the throne, was predictably massive. World leaders including the United States President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden was present, as was the French President Emmanuel Macron. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, were also present for the funeral, although they were apparently not invited to a royal reception before the funeral intended for “working members” of the royal family. The controversial couple stepped down from their status as senior royals in 2020.

Yet it didn’t stop Prince William40, for inviting his brother, 38, and sister-in-law, 41, to sit with his family during services – something that no doubt impressed young Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who are cousins ​​with Meghan and Harry’s children Archie3 and Lilibet1.

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