The urge to peel away at the wrapping on his presence often gets the better of little Prince George before the big day, as Prince William has revealed.
Mostly, kids are always up to ninety in the run-up to Christmas and royal children are no different.
In an interview in the year 2016, William reportedly told British radio host, AJ King that his son had been trying to get into his Christmas gifts early. AJ said:-
“The Duke of Cambridge, William said they were all really excited about Christmas. He also said that George is already opening his presents. William thought it was quite funny. That’s kids for you, even the ones that are princes”.
Maybe, it’s hereditary?
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Yes, it is, indeed. It’s a habit that Prince William himself and even William’s mother, Princess Diana were both guilty of in their times.
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In a letter to a close friend in 1985, Diana said that: “I caught my son, William, who is just three years old, unwrapping presents in the run-up to Christmas. I rushed home to open your Christmas present”.
“Honestly, what I think is that your present was quite good considering the 25th is actually two weeks away. I could not resist opening my presents. A parcel of any shape or form has never been safe with me”.
“I actually fear that William has also picked up this dreadful habit from his mother. As I find wrapping paper undone in the most extraordinary places”.
The little prince is just following his elders.
And so now, we think it might be a hereditary habit. As it was once done by Prince Diana, which then passed on to Prince William. And now, its Prince George’s time, who is also doing the same.
Fortunately, Prince George will have less time to wait than most kids. As the royal family traditionally open their gifts after dinner on Christmas Eve.