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'Good Morning America' Anchors Accused of Bullying After Laughing at Prince George for Taking Ballet Classes

Just Jared Friday, 23 August 2019
Good Morning America is under fire after a segment involving Prince George. During the show on Thursday (August 22), co-anchor Lara Spencer, along with George Stephanopoulos and Amy Robach, laughed at the 6-year-old son of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) and for taking ballet classes at school. Many viewers, including choreographer [...]
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Lara Spencer Apologizes for "Insensitive Comment" About Prince George's Ballet Lessons | THR News 01:45

The anchor is walking back comments she made criticizing a 6-year-old's royal curriculum: "From ballet, which I took as a kid, to anything in life you wish to explore, I fully believe we should all pursue our passion."

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