Prince George Has Trouble Stirring Pudding in Royal Christmas Video, and Social Media Can't Stop Watching

Just because Prince George is a member of The Royal Family doesn't mean he's got superpowers or skills above a normal person, even at Christmas. The young son of Prince William can be seen in the latest holiday video shared by the Royals struggling with a bowl of Christmas pudding.

The clip was taken earlier in the month on Dec. 21 and shows the 5-year-old alongside father Prince William, grandfather Prince Charles, and Queen Elizabeth II. The moment was part of an event to celebrate the Royal British Legion's Together at Christmas campaign launch according to Us Weekly.

"The initiative is designed to provide extra support to the Armed Forces and veteran communities at annual festive 'get togethers' across the charity's network of outreach centres," a statement read. "[The puddings] will become the centrepieces of 2020's get togethers, and form part of 99 puddings distributed across the charity's network in the UK and the Commonwealth — also marking The Royal British Legion's 99th year."

There is no sound on the video showing the future king struggling to stir his wooden spoon while his father and grandfather continue to add ingredients into the bowl. Things take a turn for the humorous once the young royal begins to stab at the pudding with the spoon.

Sniffing disaster looming in the air, Queen Elizabeth grips Charles' arm and gets out of dodge before a major mess takes place.

According to Us Weekly, despite the silly nature of the event, it does stand as one of the rare times that Queen Elizabeth has been photographed alongside the three "future kings."

Fans of the royals couldn't get enough and let their feelings known on social media.

"Prince George is soo cute fighting with that pudding," one fan wrote.

"Love how George made everyone laugh when he smashed the ingredients," another added citing their joy at the moment.

"I'm just here for George cause he's a cutie and the only one working here," a third said.


But there was also some praise for the Queen and her decision to get away from the child before all hell broke loose.

"Love the way Her Majesty shuffles Prince Charles off when George starts stabbing at the cake mixing hard lol," the Queen's fan wrote. "[Proper] Granny ; lovely Video."