Lewis Hamilton apologises for 'inappropriate' comments about nephew 'Lewis Hamilton has apologised for making “inappropriate comments” about his young nephew wearing a dress. The Formula One world champion was accused of humiliating his nephew online after he posted a video in which he disapproved of his relative’s choice of Christmas attire, telling him: “Boys don’t wear princess dresses.” Hamilton has since deleted the Instagram post, which showed his nephew wearing a purple and pink outfit and carrying a pink wand with a heart on it. [...] In the video he posted on Instagram, he said: “I’m so sad right now. Look at my nephew,” , as the camera focuses on the boy. “Why are you wearing a princess dress? Is this what you got for Christmas?” he asks, as the boy nods delightedly. “Why did you ask for a princess dress for Christmas?” he goes on. “Because it’s pretty,” the boy replies enthusiastically, waving the pink wand. “Boys don’t wear princess dresses!” says Hamilton. The 32-year-old was abroad celebrating Christmas with his family when he posted the video. In response, Travis Alabanza, a performance artist, had said: “I hope Lewis Hamilton properly thinks and apologises to his nephew for that video.”' TheGuardian.com, 26th December 2017. Nice one, Travis. You keep those regressives in line & protect the children of England from their deplorable families. Telegraph.co.uk, 8th November 2017.