PRINCE George was left shocked as bad boy Nick Kyrgios used the F-word while standing in front of the Royal Box during a scorching Wimbledon final.
The eight-year-old future king, sitting between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, was less than impressed when the Aussie shouted the expletive up to his team during his defeat to Novak Djokovic.
A BBC commentator had to tell viewers after the incident yesterday afternoon: “Apologies for the language, it’s live sport, it’s tense”.
The foul language came after Kyrgios, 27, had lost a point on his serve before Djokovic went on to clinch his fourth Wimbledon title in a row.
He shouted up towards his girlfriend Costeen Hastzi and sister Halimah, complaining about their apparent lack of support and saying “Do you f care at all?”
Kyrgios, due in court in Oz for allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend, also yelled “Just say something” and “Is this not a big enough moment for you?” to his supporters.
He used the F-word twice while two future monarchs watched. It came during a heated four-set battle which saw Djokovic claim a seventh victory in SW19.
Kyrgios was later fined £3,325 for “audible obscenity”.
But he won £1,050,000 as runner-up, with and Djokovic scooping £2million.
Asked if he needed to improve his behaviour, he said: “I think the other 126 players in the draw could improve their composure.”
But he admitted he was “getting angry a bit” because of the huge opportunity to win the tournament.
Kate, patron of the All England Club, beamed as she presented the trophy to the Serbian, 35.
In a sweet moment in the members’ area after the match, Prince George was given the trophy to hold by Djokovic.
His dad William joked “Don’t drop it” and George told Djokovic “It was great” after seeing his first Wimbledon match.
George beamed as he got his hands on the trophy, although after the looking at the engraved names he handed it to his mum, saying: “It’s a bit heavy.”
Djokovic has not been beaten on Centre Court since he lost to Andy Murray in 2013.
After his latest triumph, he ate a blade of the grass, as he has done in previous years, then lay down on the court on his stomach and held out his arms and legs.
Temperatures soared to 30C (86F) for the men’s final with 15,000 spectators gathered in Centre Court and Henman Hill at capacity.
Kate looked summery in a £1,101 navy blue skirt and matching top with white polka dots by designer Alessandra Rich.
Youngster George looked smart in a navy suit with a green and navy tie as he cheered the players from the Royal Box.
The visit echoed William’s first day at Wimbledon aged nine with his mum Princess Diana in 1991.
Kate told Djokovic: “The level of tennis you played was amazing.
“It was great that Prince George was here to see you play like this.
“He’s eight, yeah so William came around the same age with his mother.”
Actress Kate Winslet, 46, was among a star studded line up for the final day of Wimbledon fortnight.
Mission: Impossible actor Tom Cruise, 60, was back again having been in the Royal Box on Saturday for the women’s final.
The Avengers star Tom Hiddleston, 41, model Poppy Delevingne, 36, actor Andrew Garfield, 38, plus Jason Statham, 54, and Rosie Huntington Whiteley, 35, were also in the crowd.
At one point play was interrupted by a man protesting about ex-Chinese player Peng Shuai’s disappearance, shouting from the stands before security bundled him out.
Drew Pavlou, 23, from Australia, told The Sun he was “rugby tackled” by guards.
An All England Club spokesperson said afterwards: “A spectator was removed from Centre Court after disrupting play by shouting, running down the stairs and causing a nuisance to their fellow spectators.
“The individual was removed by security colleagues and escorted off the grounds.”