BREAKING NEWS – London, England – The beloved 1964 film “Mary Poppins” has received a PG rating to warn parents about the use of “discriminatory language” in the film, per a recent report.

“The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) now considers the 1964 tale of Julie Andrews’ magical nanny to be not suitable for children to watch alone, despite the film enchanting generations of youngsters,” the Daily Mail reported.

“The reclassification is due to the use of the word Hottentots,” the outlet explained. “The dated term was historically used by Europeans to refer to the Khoekhoe, a group of nomadic herders in South Africa, but is now regarded as racially offensive.”

The British version of the FAA wants it to be rated R, because they feel Mary Poppins could’ve easily been killed when she was flying over Heathrow Airport.