During a heatwave at Wimbledon, Prince George complains to his father Prince William that he was “too hot” in his suit

Some might contend that if the Royal Family doesn’t participate in some way, a major British sporting event isn’t truly major at all.

Prince William and Kate Middleton have taken Prince George, their eldest child and future monarch, to a variety of events in recent years, including major football and rugby tournaments.


The young prince was able to see the gripping Wimbledon final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios on the illustrious tennis court on Sunday.

However, after noticing a specific feature, several royal fans expressed worries for George as well as some anger toward William and Kate.

Prince William and Kate Middleton will probably take a well-earned vacation shortly, which will coincide with the time when their kids finish school and head out for the summer.

However, there were images that also seemed to depict George as being uncomfortable. The young prince was obviously feeling the heat that day when temperatures in London rose to a scorching 28C (82F).


According to Sky, “[it’s] too hot,” George said to his father.

You’re hot, aren’t you?” William said in response. Today is a really warm day. It’ll be alright.

The Daily Express said that royal supporters used Twitter to express their opinions. They were mostly worried.

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One person commented, “Poor child having to wear a suit in this hot heat.”

“Why, in this heat, are they dressing him in a suit and tie. He’s a boy, not an adult,” a different person said.


“Poor Prince George, he must be boiling in that suit,” a third person remarked.

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