The newly-born son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who is third in line to become Supreme Governor of the Church of England, has already caused controversy in his first interview for BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme.
Asked first about whether he would mind a female Archbishop of Canterbury presiding at his coronation, he blinked and gurgled.
Next, the young prince was asked whether he might marry a man and whether this might cause a constitutional crisis, to which he farted, moistly.
Finally, the baby was asked about what he thought the most important thing was he could bring to the Church of England. To which, he simply lay down, fell asleep and, in so doing, reminded the interviewer that he was, after all, just another child like you or me, wonderfully made in the image of God.