Prince George breaks even more hearts in Canada

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge wave to wellwishers as they depart Victoria on Oct. 1, 2016.
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Prince George might only be 3 years old, but he broke plenty of hearts in Canada.

Around a week ago, he left Justin Trudeau hanging when the Canadian prime minister tried to give him a high-five. Then on Saturday in Victoria, he did the same thing to a 9-year-old boy in a hoodie.

Sorry, Prince George fans. Whether you’re a world leader or a child, you’re not getting any of that royal palm.

Not that George son of Prince William and Princess Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was cold.

Looking dapper in shorts and a sweater, he enthusiastically waved to adoring fans as the royal family exited a van and made their way to a sea plane on the final day of their Canadian tour.

He even busted out the rare double-wave.

He then shook some hands like a true statesman although he didn’t seem too thrilled about it.

Then he was off to another adventure! Next stop: London. It looks like Prince George might need to take a nap on the plane.

Are we there yet?

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The family spent the last day of their eight-day trip touring the Cridge Centre for the Family, an institution that provides care for children and women who have experienced domestic abuse.

William, Kate, George and 17-month-old Princess Charlotte are headed back to London, where, hopefully, the little prince can get a break from international diplomacy and just play with some toys.

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