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How did you spend your weekend? Were you out on a beach day with your buddies, just to be half-disappointed with a cloudy sky and an annoying, last-minute friend? Have you finally captured Crazy Rich Asians ? Did you sleep and spend hours in bed watching Instagram stories? Or did you go on your very first bird hunt with the queen in the lush British countryside?!?!
Yes, for young Prince George, the answer is the last. The Royal Correspondent of the Sun Emily Andrews, The five-year spent the weekend in Balmoral, the Queen's summer quarters, along with the mother Kate, Prince Charles, Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex (and her children, Louise and James ), as well as Princess Anne and Zara and Mike Tindall The group went hunting on Friday morning for "Moorhuhn," a "medium-sized wild bird with a fat body and feathered legs," before going to lunch (with the queen lovingly driving the car herself, as in a photo Andrews shared on her Twitter account George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis are not seen in the car, though Andrews says They were all present for the weeks Typically, the Balmoral trip takes place in early September, but was kicked off at the beginning of the year due to the school schedules of George and Charlotte. (George's first day of school is September 6). Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were absent for the weekend outing, perhaps concentrating on spending time with their new dog (whose name we have Expect to be curious.
Hunting hunting is not an uncommon sport for the Royals, who have often been involved in sports in the past, but some Twitter users complain about Georges involvement in the activity. Cosmopolitan has spiced up a few particularly angry tweets, some call it a "modern media gaff" and "a shame that another innocent child will believe that killing animals for fun is the normal thing." And in a kind of backlash against them Reaction other Twitter users notice that many of these people who express anger are likely even meat eaters, no matter where you are in the matter One thing is for sure, the Queen will almost certainly not see any of these tweets.