Royal fans in jabs at jokes William made about Prince George backstage at Wimbledon

ROYAL fans were thrilled as Prince George made his Wimbledon debut this year in Sunday’s men’s final.

And the fans also stayed in suspense when Prince William, 40, told his eight-year-old son a joke backstage.

Prince George was allowed to hold Novak Djokovic's Wimbledon trophy after Sunday's men's final

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Prince George was allowed to hold Novak Djokovic’s Wimbledon trophy after Sunday’s men’s finalCredit: Unknown, clear with picture desk
Father Prince William joked with George that he

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Father Prince William joked with George that he “shouldn’t drop” the cup.Credit: Unknown, clear with picture desk

The youngster, dressed in a smart blue suit, shirt and tie in the bright sunshine, looked handsome as he watched fiery Australian Nick Kyrgios take on Serbia’s cool operator Novak Djokovic.

After Djokovic’s victory, the tennis champion had the young royal hold up the famous Wimbledon trophy while they chatted.

As George held it by the handles, William joked, “Don’t drop it.”

After looking at the engraved names, George handed the trophy to his mother and said, “It’s a bit heavy.”

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When asked by military personnel if it was his first visit, beaming mum Kate replied: “It’s George’s treat today.”

And when asked by a member of the Bundeswehr, the eight-year-old even revealed which player he supports.

After a careful pause for thought, the future King of Britain replied, “Djokovic.”

But while George seemed overjoyed with the tennis, he cheekily complained about the weather.

As William strokes George’s hair, the eight-year-old says quietly to his father, “[It’s] too hot.”

William expressed his concern, then replied: “Oh, you’re hot, aren’t you? It’s very warm today […] It’ll be fine.”

The couple’s other children, Charlotte, seven, and Louis, four, were not present.

George was also said to have been shocked by bad boy Kyrgios using the F-word as he stood in front of the royal box.

Kyrgios was later fined £3,325 for “audible obscenity”.

But he won £1,050,000 for second while Djokovic netted £2m.

Kate, patron of the All England Club, beamed as she presented the trophy to the 35-year-old Serb.

Prince George attended Wimbledon for the first time with Kate Middleton and Prince William over the weekend

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Prince George attended Wimbledon for the first time with Kate Middleton and Prince William over the weekendPhoto credit: Reuters

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Jessica MacLeish

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