William opens up about the way George takes after Lady Diana, and his confession is adorable
Prince William revealed a surprising connection between his five-year-old son and his late mother.
William was with his wife Kate Middleton at a reception in Kensington Palace. Finalists of the Radio 1 Teen Awards were being honored as Teen Heroes for the year 2018.
The clip of Prince Wiliam talking to the young adults is found below.
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Need a dose of royal cuteness to help you make it to the weekend? Here's an adorable image of Prince George, mesmerized by some bubbles on the Cambridges' tour of Canada in 2016 (pic: The Canadian Press/Jonathan Hayward) pic.twitter.com/I5HxskapR7— The Crown Chronicles (@crownchronicles) October 18, 2018
THE BELOVED PRINCESS ENJOYED THIS HOBBY
When William spoke to a 14-year-old dancer named Junior, he brought up Princess Diana. The two spoke about Junior's love of street dancing. Williams had some interesting input to give.
"George is doing dancing as well, he loves it." He continued: "And it's kind of... my mother always used to dance, she loved dancing. And if it's something you love, you do what you love. Don't let anyone else tell you otherwise. Keep at it."
THE TEEN HERO IS VERY ACTIVE IN YOUTH EMPOWERMENT
William's encouragement to the UK Freestyle Street Dance Champion was well-received. Junior advocates for anti-bullying on social media with the hashtag #BoysCanDance.
The young boy has also raised over £300,000 in charity through event performances.
Meet some of the Teen Heroes who will be recognised this afternoon at the @bbcr1 Teen Awards. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were honoured to meet them earlier this week at Kensington Palace and hear more about their incredible achievements. pic.twitter.com/l29JGxMOLy— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) October 21, 2018
In addition to dancing, Hello Magazine offered that there's something else Williams wants George to do.
WILLIAM SAID HE'LL TEACH GEORGE CAVING
At a reception in Buckingham Palace last week, Willam spoke with explorer Martin Farr. The 67-year-old related that William did a cave exploration with the prince and his brother Harry in 1999 and 2000.
Farr was surprised William had remembered it. He also claimed that the Prince "said that when George grows up, he is going to show him caving."
The event took place in honor of Brits who had helped rescue football players. They got trapped in a cave in Thailand that filled with water earlier this year.
THE ROYAL CHILDREN ARE ALREADY GOOD AT THIS
There's another thing that little George seems to have already gotten good at.
He and his sister Princess Charlotte, 4, have nearly mastered the royal wave. The adorable kids are often filmed waving to the public using what is termed the "Windsor wave."
Royal tradition dubs the act mandatory. So the little ones are just fulfilling their traditional roles.
The special wave is practiced by royals so as to reduce the fatigue that comes with constant waving. It tends to be subtler and take up less energy than a typical wave.
PRINCE GEORGE ALSO LOVES SOMETHING HIS UNCLES DOES TOO
When they're not practicing for when they grow up, the royal kids are doing what all other kids love to do.
During the WellChild Awards in September 2018, Prince Harry revealed something he and his nephew have in common.
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#WellChildAwards Winner Chloe, aged 10 – Chloe was born 10 weeks early and has cerebral palsy which left her unable to walk. Though she cannot stand or walk unaided, in 2014 Chloe became the first disabled child in the country to pass her pre-primary ballet award with the prestigious Royal Academy of Dance. ______________________________________________________ The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met young winners of the 2018 @WellChild Awards, which celebrate the inspiring qualities of some of the country’s seriously ill young people and the dedication of those who go the extra mile to keep children healthy and happy. The Duke of Sussex has been Patron of WellChild, the national charity for seriously ill children and their families, since 2007.
Apparently, they both love the movie "Lion King." The question was asked by a 10-year-old girl named Chloe Henderson.
The Duchess of Sussex was also present. She said that her favorite Disney movie was "The Little Mermaid."