Uh oh! Prince George did not make the best first impression when he met his cousin, Mia Grace Tindall, for the first time. Instead of sharing his royal toys, the prince decided to throw all of his baby food at her.
Prince George, 9 months old, was not very welcoming to his cousin, Mia Grace Tindall, 4 months old, when they finally got to meet each other. Mia’s father, rugby player Mike Tindall, described the moment the two royal babies met as total “carnage.” No matter what happened, we are sure it was super cute to watch!
Prince George Throws Food At Mia Grace Tindall
This is one of those moment’s we wish we were a fly on the wall inside Kensington Palace.
In a recent interview, Gloucester Rugby’s outside center Mike Tindall shared details about the day his daughter, Mia Grace, met her cousin Prince George for the first time. Sadly, it does not sound like it went well!
“I don’t think Mia will remember that day. She was two months old, but it was great. It was carnage,” Mike told the Mirror on Monday, May 19.
Wait, it was carnage? How so?
“George was eating at the time. He’d got to that stage where more food goes on the table than in his mouth.”
Oh no! Poor Mia!
We are sure that Prince George meant no harm. Maybe he was just trying to share, like a true gentleman would!
Mia Grace Is 16th In Line For The Throne
Whatever Prince George was thinking the day he met Mia Grace, there is no way he was concerned she might one day steal his throne.
Mia is the daughter of Zara Phillips, 33, who is the daughter of Queen Elizabeth‘s second child and only daughter, Princess Anne.
That makes Mia the fourth great-grandchild for Queen Elizabeth, and 16th in line for the throne.
Even though she is a royal, Mia Grace will not receive an official title. So therefore, little George has nothing to worry about!
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Do you think Prince George and Mia Grace will grow up to the best best of friends? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Lauren Cox