Prince George has the royal snobbery down pat. This happened when he left Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hanging from a high five and a handshake. Arriving in Canada in color-coordinated outfits, the royal family was welcomed by Trudeau and his wife Sophie at the Victoria International Airport.
The three-year-old royal looked fashionable in his knee high socks. He also looked unimpressed when Trudeau bent down on his knees to eye level height with the little prince. Trudeau then?offered first a high five then a handshake. Prince William and Duchess Kate?s eldest snubbed both gestures.
The cute exchange was caught on camera, and Twitter users couldn?t help but poke fun at Trudeau and his cute attempt at buddying up to Prince George.
Justin Trudeau: "hey lil fella how's it going?"
Prince George: "I own you" pic.twitter.com/9rYRuLsdti
— Haley Byrd (@byrdinator) September 26, 2016
Best video on the internet today: Tiny Prince George crushing Trudeau's heart by rejecting PM's high five. HAHA YASSSSS. #WatchIt
— Rachel Cannon (@RachelCannz) September 26, 2016
The royal family will be staying in Canada until October 1, and based on the Prime Minister?s track record, he will definitely break through the prince?s cold wall by then.
?Canadians have tremendous affection for the Royal Family, and are excited to welcome The Duke and Duchess to our nation for their second official Royal Tour of Canada. Sophie and I look forward to showcasing beautiful British Columbia and to promoting awareness of both youth and mental health issues alongside Their Royal Highnesses,? Prime Minister Trudeau said in a government press release.
Second visit to Canada
The Royal couple?s first visit to Canada was back in 2011 when they were newlyweds. William and Kate made stops in Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island, Northwest Territories and Alberta.
This year, the tour will take the Royal couple to Bella Bella, Haida Gwaii, Kelowna in British Columbia. They’ll be going?as well to?Whitehorse and Carcross in Yukon. They will be based at the Government House in Victoria. This is where Prince George and Princess Charlotte will stay while their parents go on tour.
According to the Monarchist League of Canada, Royal tours cost one to three million dollars. The couple?s 2011 tour cost $1.2 million, while the Queen?s 9-day tour in 2010 came in at $2.79 million.