Prince William was seen giving his son Prince George a little warning after the duo were pictured in attendance at the Rugby World Cup on Saturday.
The images were published by media outlet Page Six where the Prince of Wales could be seen sternly scolding his son against doing something, while he wagged his finger into his face.
The duo were attending a match between Wales and Argentina in France’s Stade de Marseille.
For now, it’s just not clear what the little royal may have done or said that made his father so angry that he had to scold him in public, despite being very aware of the fact that the world was watching his every move.
Throughout the game, the future Kind kept a very pensive face and this sort of serious demeanor could be linked to the loss of the Wales team to the South American team.
Meanwhile, reps for the senior royal didn’t give out any sort of a response to the comments that were requested by Page Six regarding the context of the conversation that he was having with the child.
Sources claim this 41-year-old prince is very strict when it comes down to manners, after all, he is the future king, and being a leading public figure means ensuring his kids are well-behaved and in check at all times.
Both father and son duo donned matching suits in the color navy and it was further embellished using red colored ties.
They had both traveled to the French nation for the second time in recent months to share support for the Welsh team.Moreover, he ended up squeezing some father-son bonding this session as well and that was interesting to see.
Prince William is known for being a notable patrol of the Welsh-based Ruby Union and while his wife is also in the country, she was not pictured in attendance at the event.