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Lara Spencer Apologizes For Laughing At Prince George's Ballet Lessons

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Lara Spencer Apologizes For Laughing At Prince George's Ballet Lessons

Lara Spencer Apologizes For Laughing At Prince George's Ballet Lessons

During “Good Morning America,” the segment mentioned Prince George’s favorite pastimes.

One of those include ballet lessons and co-anchor Lara Spencer said: “We’ll see how long that lasts.” People were quick to criticize the comment, saying it was sexist or gender conforming.

According to CNN, Debbie Allen wrote a tweet about the comment, saying that boys can dance too.

Since then, Spencer has apologized and said she believes people to “be free to pursue” their passions.

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