Fake Prince George Instagram account goes viral after hilarious put-downs

Social media is no place for a young child – especially a Royal.

But, fortunately, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge need not worry about Prince George ‘s apparent presence on Instagram, this week.

That’s because an account featuring sassy put-downs from the 4-year-old is actually the comedic creation of a critically-acclaimed US sit-com contributor.

Gary Janetti, a scriptwriter who’s penned humour-packed lines for Will & Grace and Family Guy, has become an internet sensation after turning the elite toddler into a fierce caricature of himself.

Now, Prince George Instagram account has earned more than 300,000 followers after a number of his hilarious posts went viral.

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Deliciously, Janetti saves his most savage lines for Meghan Markle .

In one post, which shows her wearing a questionable mis-matched dress and jacket, he asks: "Did you get dressed in the car?"

In another, which reveals that Prince Harry and Meghan had invited 2,640 ‘commoners’ to their wedding, he quips: ‘2,641 if you count the bride.’

A third, which responds to a news headline about Meghan’s so-called ‘acting farewell’, he retorts: “I wasn’t aware there had been an acting hello.”

“I wasn’t aware there had been an acting hello.”

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“Did you get dressed in the car?”

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Not that other members of the Royal family escape ridicule, of course.

Next to an image of the prince’s newborn brother, Louis, he declares: "ET phone home."

Then, in a post-pregnancy image of his mother, Kate Middleton, he scathingly says: "Don’t come near me again until you’ve lost the weight.’

Funnily enough, she is seen waving back in apparent agreement.

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Naturally, the catty comments – which could easily be uttered by sit-com characters Stewie Griffin or Karen Walker – have gone down a storm with fans.

One said: "I’m pretty sure this is the only thing I’ll ever check regularly on Instagram," while another cheered: "The greatest thing on the ‘gram”.

“Oh, shit, she thinks she’s Jackie O!”

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“ET phone home.”

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Speaking to the Huffington Post , Janetti explained how the funny phenomenon started.

"I was like, ‘Oh, I’ll put a caption with this and give him a little bit of an attitude,’" he explained.

"And it got nothing. It was like, no big nothing. A little while later, I was like, ‘Maybe I could use another photo? And do another caption?’

"It just seemed like a blank canvas to put stuff on."

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