We seriously will never get enough of Prince William gushing about his children! He and Kate Middleton visited BBC’s Bridge House in Salford, England, on Wednesday, Dec. 6, and during the event, William revealed that four-year-old son Prince George had the cutest role in his school’s Christmas nativity play. “I went to my boy’s nativity play. It was funny,” the royal said. “He was a sheep.” If only William had shared some photographic evidence of his first-born in what had to have been the most adorable sheep costume!
George just entered his first year at London’s St Thomas’s Battersea prep school in September and it’s so cute hearing about his adorable school experiences. We’re sure the nativity play was a fun break from all the lessons George is probably learning in class!
The young royal is definitely excited for the upcoming Christmas holiday, and he even recently asked for one special present — a police car! William continued to prove he’s the best dad ever and hand-delivered his son’s handwritten letter to Santa Claus while he was on an official royal tour of Helsinki, Finland earlier in December.
“I’ve seen you and I had to give you this letter,” the father-of-two told Santa, according to People. “He hasn’t written down many requests, so I think tone request is probably okay.” He even confirmed to Santa that George had been “nice” this year and not naughty! We’re sure William, Kate, and of course Santa will make all of George’s wishes come true this holiday season! It’s still unconfirmed what his little sister, Princess Charlotte, wants for Christmas.
It’s already been quite an exciting year for the royal family, especially with the announcement of a third royal baby, who is due in April 2018. And George and Charlotte reportedly can’t wait for their little brother or sister to be born. “They rub their mum’s tummy and talk to the baby,” a family friend revealed to Life & Style. Maybe the royal baby is also on their Christmas list!
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