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Lara Spencer Wants to Make Amends After Mocking Prince George's Ballet Class, Travis Wall Says

E! Online Sunday, 25 August 2019
Lara Spencer's mea culpa over her Prince George gaffe continues. On Thursday, the Good Morning America co-host drew controversy for an on-air segment in which she mocked the fact that...
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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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