“It was as the carriages were going up through Trafalgar Square, they were come out of Horse Guards Parade.
“[And] he [Prince George] looked really disturbed by it”.
She added: “I have never seen it before, I have never been in a crowd, people just delirious with the sight of Kate’s hat and Prince George’s side profile.
Prince George will turn 9 later this month
The Cambridge children rode in the carriage on the first day of Jubilee celebrations
Ms Dunlop said that “the other two were young enough to be waving”, but added that George looked “in discomfort”.
She said: “He’s nine, he’s at this self-conscious age”.
Host Kate Thornton added: “William and Harry both expressed that was their own experience at the time growing up.
“It’s not easy.
“These are young children being raised by parents who have headed up Heads Together, mental health campaigners because they understand the difficulties [growing up].”
Speaking previously to Sky News, royal commentator Robert Jobson praised the Cambridge children for the way they conducted themselves over the four-day Jubilee weekend.
Speaking of Prince William and Kate’s eldest son, Mr Jobson said: “George looked more kingly than William at times.
“He was the one who got up first, and he looked almost statesman-like.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte have joined their parents on recent royal outings
“[and] Charlotte is terrific.”
ource: EXPRESS CO UK