Lewis Hamilton has stitched together a Christmas apology.

On Monday, the race vehicle driver got roasted through the internet after publicly shaming his nephew for putting on a princess dress.

Twitter users blasted the 32-year-old for “bullying” the youthful boy over his wardrobe choice within the now-deleted video, by which he declared, “boys don’t put on princess dresses.”

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Hamilton came back to social networking on Tuesday to apologize for his “inappropriate” comments. Clarifying he loves how his nephew “feels liberated to express themself,” the fashionisto stated he was simply “experimenting” using the fierce tyke.

Is that this an appropriate apology? See his response (below).

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