This is pretty funny.
Young Prince George, who will be king one day, refused to high-five Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau when he arrived in British Columbia:
Prince George leaves Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau hanging in failed high-five pic.twitter.com/LTAUEzukhZ
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) September 25, 2016
Hey, kids have a “6th sense.” The future king knows something is off with this guy:
Children have a 6th sense … https://t.co/vumckPnkko
— Monica Henry (@chevymo) September 25, 2016
George knows a freak when he sees one https://t.co/qXcqoJOfRa
— baemy™ (@politicsofamy) September 26, 2016
The kid is a born leader, obviously. He knows enough to ignore inconsequential little people like JT. https://t.co/asFeqjX5Yx
— Scott McNeil (@screw132) September 25, 2016
Justin Trudeau getting denied a high five by a toddler (even if it was the son of the prince) is a great analogy for modern global affairs
— Emmett McConnell (@EmMcCon) September 25, 2016
Diplomatic relations with 3 year olds, even Princes, are always a risky, high stakes game. https://t.co/6iZr7etdKe
— Meridith McGraw (@meridithmcgraw) September 25, 2016
Trudeau's rough week continues… https://t.co/97phnJAHKc
— Nicole MacIntyre (@NicoleMacIntyre) September 25, 2016
MAKE HIM KING NOW!! https://t.co/l203xNaf4Q
— Paul Deplorable (@PaulOttoNeumann) September 26, 2016
Watch out Charles and William … the people are seeing true leadership right now and they like it!
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