According to multiple reports today, the third-in-line to the throne's mum, Kate Middleton, has revealed she chose not to bring the two-year-old on the royal visit to India as he would be too naughty!
When asked why George and his younger sister Charlotte, nearly one, were not in India with their parents, Kate reportedly said: "Because George is too naughty. He would be running all over the place. The next time we come we will definitely bring them."
Kate and Prince William are currently on day four of a week-long royal visit to India, which is believed to be the longest the duchess has been apart from her children recently.
She's also been quoted as saying the young children of India remind her of George and Charlotte, whom she misses, particularly after watching a group of local girls dancing.
It's thought Kate's mother, Carole Middleton, is looking after George and Charlotte in England while the duke and duchess are abroad.
Princess Charlotte, who is one in May, has yet to accompany her parents on an overseas tour, while George, who celebrates his third birthday in July, joined his parents in Australia and New Zealand back in 2014 when he was nine months old. (And totally stole the show, if you remember!)
Kate and William have been clear about wanting their children to grow up as far away from the limelight as possible. They have been raising the kids at their private Anmer Hall in Norfolk, away from the bright lights of London, where they have Kensington Palace. Prince George attends a local nursery in Norfolk.
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