Prince George being shushed by his older cousin is classic cousin behaviour

Reminds us of that old adage, "Treasure your cousins; they were your first friends".

Prince George might be the future King of England but for right now, like most kids, he's being bossed around by his older cousins.

The fourth-in-line to the British throne was attending his grandmother, the Queen's official 92nd birthday celebrations at the Trooping the Colour on Saturday (9 June, 2018) when cameras caught a cute moment between the four-year-old and his cousin, Savannah Phillips on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

As the music for the British national anthem, God Save the Queen began to sound, Savannah—the Queen's seven-year-old great-grandchild who is the daughter of Prince William's first cousin, Peter Phillips—jokingly shushed George by putting her hand over his mouth; a moment that has sparked a thousand viral memes.

Let's see that again:


Alas, the little Prince didn't seemed too bothered by his cuzzy's playful antics but rather amused—honestly, the pair looked to be having the most fun out of everyone, especially when the military did a fly over.

Four generations of royals were on display including George's sister, Princess Charlotte and parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, who looked STUNNING in a powder blue Alexander McQeen dress. The event was also the first time Prince Harry's new wife, Meghan Markle stepped out on the balcony with her in-laws since their May 19 wedding.