From tiring visits to far flung destinations, play dates with strangers and clothes that were NOT what he would have picked out, there have been more than a few moments where George's face has said exactly what he was feeling. Oh, and did we mention all those people poking and prodding? Clearly George's acquaintances haven't heard of personal space. To celebrate the fact we have someone with such an expressive face in line for the throne, here are 33 of Prince George's sassiest moments.
The BBC have announced that Jodie Whittaker will be the 13th Doctor, making her the first ever female to play the lead role in Doctor Who history. Jodieâ€™s probably best known for her role alongside David Tennant and Olivia Colman as Beth Latimer in Broadchurch. David is of course a former Doctor himself, and Olivia was, at one point, also rumoured to be the 13th Doctor.
â€œIf I walk into a room, I don't expect anyone to know who I am. I don't expect people to know me from The Saturdays or know that I did Strictly Come Dancing. In fact, the only time I realised that random people were interested in me and who I am, was when I was single. That's when things changedâ€Ś.â€? Imagine being in one of the biggest girl bands the UK has ever seen.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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