This is what happens when celebrity kids throw tantrums

April 17, 2018
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    Celebrity parents may have all the help in the world, but they still aren’t immune to naughty children.

    From teary tantrums to toddler mischief, here we list the most hilarious and relatable moments these A-lister mums and dads have had to endure with the entire world watching.

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  • Princess Charlotte
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    Even royalty have to deal with the terrible twos! Princess Charlotte’s mini meltdown came as the family were making a last minute stop on their 2017 trip to Germany, to visit an Airbus training facility in Hamburg. Not too enthused by the stop off, Charlotte was more interested in grabbing the papers her mother was holding. When the Duchess gently took the papers back from her child, an unhappy Charlotte showed her upset by stomping her tiny feet before throwing herself onto the tarmac.

    Related: 14 cutest Asian celebrity kids we can’t get enough of

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  • Drew Barrymore
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    While on the Late Night Show with Seth Meyers, Drew Barrymore, star of the Santa Clarita Diet, shared photos of her two daughters, Olive and Frankie throwing temper tantrums at Disneyland. “If you’ve ever taken your kids to Disneyland or Disney World, it all ends at some point in mayhem,” she said.

    Related: 19 celebrity families who had a new baby in 2017

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  • Kim Kardashian
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    North West must take after her dad, Kanye West, whose infamous public tantrums have made headlines his entire career. While heading to her dance class escorted by a nanny, the tiny tot was filmed by paparazzi shouting, “I said no pictures!” We don’t blame the daughter of selfie queen Kim Kardashian for her mini diva moment, who was just three years old at the time.

    Related: 14 celebrity parents who are having 2018 babies


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  • Justin Trudeau
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    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s youngest son, three-year-old Hadrien, is quickly becoming our favourite child in the spotlight. To be frank, this little boy couldn’t care less that his dad is one of the world’s most important men or that all eyes are on his family.

    He just wants the photos, speeches and meet-and-greets to end so he can get on with having fun. Hadrien’s hilarious behaviour has caught the attention of the internet where memes, collages and gifs have been made in his honour.

    Related: Look inside celebrity mummy Vivian Lai ‘s $8m Singapore home

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  • Prince George
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    While his tantrums aren’t as bad as his sister’s, Prince George still gets sleepy once in a while and isn’t always in the mood for pleasantries. Watch the video below:


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  • Pink
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    Just one nice family photo, please! All parents will be able to relate to this one. Pink, her husband, Carey Hart, and their children, Willow, and little bub, Jameson, are all dolled up for music’s night of nights, The Grammys – a perfect opportunity to get a nice family shot. As soon as the camera went snap, Jameson appears to have broken into floods of tears.

    Related: Singapore celebrity parents who fell in love on set

    A version of this story first appeared in The Singapore Women’s Weekly.

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