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'I'm not ginger"

Section
News,
Publish Date
Thursday, 7 December 2017, 3:41PM
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Photo / Getty

Prince William joked 'I'm not ginger' after being mistaken for Prince Harry this afternoon.

The Duke of Cambridge was leaving a conference on cyber bullying after a joint engagement with his wife Kate when he made the quip to a member of the gathered crowd.

A man shouted 'Hi Prince Harry,' just before he climbed into the car that whisked him away yesterday afternoon.

Earlier in the day, proud dad Will revealed Prince George starred in his school nativity play - as a sheep.

The youngster got dressed up with fellow pupils to wow parents and teachers at £17,600 a year Thomas', in Battersea, while the Duke of Cambridge watched on.

George's modest role shows he is not getting preferential treatment as pals took the best parts in the production.

William said: 'I went to my boy's nativity play. It was funny. He was a sheep.'

The Duke made his comments to kids from Friars Primary School, in Salford, Manchester, as they gave the BBC feedback on its shows as part of the Children's Global Media Summit, at Manchester Central Convention Centre.

William also made the keynote speech at the event, confessing how troubled he feels by cyber bullying.

He said: 'Bullying through phones and social media is an issue that caught my attention after reading about children who had taken their own lives when the pressure got too much.

'As a HEMS and Air Ambulance pilot, I was called to the scenes of suicides and I witnessed the devastation and despair it brought about. And I felt a responsibility to do something about it.'

The Duke and Duchess were played a video in which children were asked to read a number of comments made to bullying victims.

Among the shocking remarks were 'you're annoying', 'you're worthless' and 'Kill yourself'.

William said: 'Parents like Catherine and me are raising the first generation of digitally-immersed children – and this gives us many reasons to be optimistic about the impact of technology on childhood.' But he added: 'I am afraid to say that, as a parent, I believe we have grounds for concern.'

 

This article was first published on dailymail.co.uk and is reproduced here with permission.