It was a toy gun, people…a toy gun.

And, he’s four years old.

Sheesh…

Via Daily Wire.

On Sunday, England’s Princess Kate, accompanied by her four-year-old son George and her three-year-old daughter Charlotte, was photographed with her children playing in the sun at the Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, while the children’s father, Prince William, was playing in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy. That would seem innocent enough, but photographs of young Prince George elicited outrage for one reason: he was playing with a toy gun.

….Last November, George’s father William got a request list from George for Christmas that had only one item listed: a toy police car….

In opposition to George’s penchant for police paraphernalia, here are some sample comments from Twitter: “Sad to see George playing with a gun when the whole country has a gun/knife crime situation.” “Thought he was a sensitive child. Better if he was seen playing with a toy car or football. Sadly the royals will never change.”….

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  1. Kitten says:

    I think I like them even more now.

  2. Alain41 says:

    ‘Thought he was a sensitive child’.. He’s 4 !! Attraction to guns has nothing to do with in touch with feelings sensitive. It doesn’t make you a bully or a fascist or a criminal.

    Today’s Monarchy is allowed (required?) to join the military but not hold a normal job/operate a business. If UK citizens are aghast at this, maybe they should have Parliament vote that the Monarchy can not join the military.
    Say goodbye to Henry V St. Crispin’s Day speech. My guess is UK royalty grow up with that ringing in their ears.

  3. VelvetHammer says:

    What?! A King(dom) without arms??? Good luck with that.

  4. TigerAim says:

    Ok, so no little children should play with toy guns in Britain. Then, they grow up, and you need some of them to join the military to presumably help keep the nation safe, but they’ll all be afraid of using a firearm, as they’ve never even been around a toy version and all guns are viewed as BAD. I don’t know; it is all so pathetic!

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