Less than one week after an ISIS supporter pleaded guilty to charges of terrorism for calling for attacks against the four-year-old Prince George, the young prince will receive extra security as an extra precaution. According to TMZ, George's school in London will see an increase in security and more officers will be assigned to protect Prince George when he is out with his family.
George is scheduled to appear with the rest of his family at Buckingham Palace this weekend for the Trooping the Colour ceremony. While the event will go on as planned despite the terror threats, officials said there will be an increased security presence at this year's event.
32-year-old Husnain Rashid called for attacks on the Royal Family and the young prince, even posting the address of his school online. In one post he warned that "even the royal family will not be left alone" and in another post, he superimposed a photo of a jihadi fighter over a photo of George.
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