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Prince George of Cambridge throughout the King’s Cup regatta.

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Prince George has actually simply attained a big milestone, according to survivalist Bear Grylls— although royal rules experts may not approve.

Kate Middleton and Prince William’s child joined the couple for a day out on the water with Grylls, as the 3 of them competed in a charity cruising race off the Island of Wight.

Read more: Somebody recorded Princess Charlotte sticking her tongue out at fans after Kate Middleton tried to get her to wave to them

Grylls wound up winning the race– and according to People, he praised the 6-year-old for eating an ant during his acceptance speech.

“And also Prince George, your first ant you ate today,” Grylls informed the crowd.

“And that is a terrific moment. Well done, you,” he included.

In a humorous turn of occasions, Middleton was disqualified from the tournament.

Kate Middleton congratulates Bear Grylls for winning the competition.
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After an initial false start, her boat was disqualified for not going back to the beginning line, suggesting the duchess finished in last place.

While TV star Grylls was gifted the King’s Cup for coming first location, Middleton was granted a wood spoon for her efforts.

Learn More: Prince William poked fun at Kate Middleton after she got disqualified from a charity cruising race: ‘It’s the taking part that counts’

William later on poked fun at his partner’s misery, writing on Instagram: “It’s the taking part that counts.”

The couple’s child, Princess Charlotte, was also there for the occasion. She had the crowd in hysterics after sticking her tongue out at them when Middleton tried to get her to wave.

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