Prince George caught red-handed under the Christmas tree

Someone might not get a visit from Santa this year...

Writer / November 26 2018

Prince George might be a royal but he's just like every other five-year-old boy out there. 

Yep, Prince William and Kate’s eldest child has developed a very cheeky habit that is said to have been passed down to him from his father and grandmother, Princess Diana - and his dad has revealed all.


In a recent interview with a British radio host AJ King, Prince William let slip that George can't keep his hands away from his presents...

'I had a really nice chat with Prince William who told me that this was their last week at work, as it were, before Christmas," King said shortly after the interview, according to Hello! magazine. "He said they were all really excited about it and that George is already opening his presents. He thought it a quite funny. That's kids for you, even the ones that are princes!"





But, William may have to think twice before scolding the young tot as he used to do the same when he was a child. In a letter to a friend from December 1985, when Will was three years old Princess Diana revealed that she and William were both guilty of opening gifts early.

“I could not resist opening my presents, as a parcel of any shape or form has never been safe with me,” Diana wrote in a letter to a friend in 1985.

“I fear that William has also picked up this dreadful habit from his mother, as I find wrapping paper undone in the most extraordinary places!”

So, it appears that George’s mischievous behaviour runs in the royal family.

Of course, we don’t blame the royal tot for the cheeky habit.  

After all, who hasn’t been tempted to sneak a peek under the Christmas Tree when no one was looking?

Wonder if he's found that LEGO yet?

Nikki is obsessed with all things celebrity and dreams she is a long-lost Kardashian. You'll find her binging Netflix's latest 'must-watch' show with a jar of Nutella by her side.