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Whether he's a royal or not, Prince William will never be too old for a good telling off from the Queen. Have a look at a couple of examples below:
An eagle-eyed TikToker recently shared a couple of pieces of footage showing William stood alongside Lizzie on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
And on both occasions, he doesn't appear to be paying proper attention.
The two clips are decades apart, but the outcome is the same, with the British monarch putting her grandson firmly in his place.
In the first clip, which was filmed during a flypast at a trooping of the colour back in 2016, Will can be seen kneeling down on the floor with his son George.
But when the Queen spots him laughing and joking with his younger brother Harry, who is stood behind him, she taps him on the shoulder and orders him to stand up.
The Royals have a whole series of rules they must follow while 'on duty', from how they walk to how they interact with the general public.
And at the time, it was suggested the Queen may have felt the Duke of Cambridge crouching on the floor could have been viewed as disrespectful by onlookers and members of the RAF, and so she decided to intervene.
In another clip from decades earlier, a young William is once again pulled back into line after he's caught by the Queen, this time slouching over the balcony.
After receiving a telling off, Will straightens his back and pulls his hands from his face.
Since it was posted, the hilarious footage has been viewed more than 6.4 million times, with thousands piling into the comments.
One user joked: "You better listed to the Queen, Prince."
Another chimed in: "William still behaving like a petulant child all these years later."
A third wrote: "Typical grandma, love it."
While another added: "I don't think William has changed."
This comes after a clip resurfaced of the Queen 'sounding like Phil Mitchell', leaving social media users in stitches.
The clip, which is from 2006, shows the Queen posing for a portrait to mark her 80th birthday, during which she comments that she 'sees herself ageing'.
She's then asked if that upsets her, to which she replies: "Nah - not really."
The clip has now gone viral after it was shared online with many social media users left in hysterics over Elizabeth II's casual use of the word 'nah'.
One TikTok user who shared the clip said the monarch was 'answering a question like every bloke in the UK'.
Commenting on the clip, one person said: "Queenie belongs to the streets."
While another joked: "Literally turned into Phil Mitchell."
Featured Image Credit: TikTok
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