THE Prince William was a “terror” as a child, as Tina Brown recalls in her book “The Palace Papers.” Even Queen Elizabeth II even commented to Prince Philip that her grandson had been “taken out of control.”
“He didn’t find it funny that he loved saying,‘ When I’m king, I’m going to make a new rule that … ’writes Tina Brown, quoted by Page Six.
“At the age of four, she had an uncomfortable way of barking at babysitter Barbara Barnes:‘ No one tells me what to do! When I am king, I will punish you, “he added.
William often walked with a water gun and in preschool he was known as “Basher Wills.”
At about the age of six, the prince’s behavior changed and he behaved better, unlike his brother Harry, who turned into “terror.”
According to Tina Brown, Harry once distributed sheep feces to his father, Prince Charles, while he was on an official trip.
As William, the Duke of Cambridge, grew up, he became more of a “criminal” for his mother, the late Princess Diana.
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