Rebellious Prince George looks like following in the naughty footsteps of his Uncle Harry, as he was caught lighting up behind the real tennis courts in his first week at exclusive Thomas’s Battersea School. Royal watchers fear he has already fallen in with the school’s bad crowd, and believe it’s only a matter of time before he’s caught reading classic literature that is not on the reception year list of recommended books, or hitting up other kids and stealing their fish courses during lunch.
Other disturbing reports of his shocking rebelliousness have come from his ballet class. When instructed by his teacher to perform a ‘pas de deux,’ he broke from the class and defiantly performed ‘a la quatrieme devant’ instead, as his sniggering classmates egged him on.
And perhaps most shockingly of all, he refuses to engage his languages teacher in standard Mandarin, instead leading a hardcore breakaway group who only converse in the Wuhan dialect.
The school principal is at a loss as to how to deal with the royal trouble-maker as he is 3rd in line to the British Throne, and already undisputed King of the playground. ‘I’d like to give the little b*s*!d a good thrashing,’ said John Stephens, ‘but he’s a tough little bugger, young George, and he’d be just as likely to shiv me one between the ribs. So like all good English schools I’ll just let him get away with whatever he wants – besides his folks are paying us 18k a year, and i’vve got to maintain our school ranking in the league tables, so whatevs.’
While George’s misbehaviour has shocked many, some observers say the Prince’s bad behaviour is no surprise, as young George was brought up on an estate, albeit a Royal one, and both his parents are unemployed and reliant on state benefits.
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