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>> It might be the most adorable royal snub in history. Britain's Prince George blowing off Canada's Justin Trudeau this weekend as the Prime Minister greeted the tiny noblemen and his parents on a tarmac in British Columbia. The three year old ignoring Trudeau when he squatted down to give him a high five.
Trudeau tried again before offering a handshake, and was denied two more times. Some on Twitter pontificating that the move by the toddler, whose great grandmother Queen Elizabeth is Canada's head of state, after all, is just the right analogy for modern global affairs. Prince George did shake hands with US President Barack Obama on his visit to England in April, but didn't bother to change out of his evening robe and pajamas.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are in Canada with Prince George and one year old Princess Charlotte on an official visit for the next week.