Town & Country: Prince William Talks about Son George's Love for Tractors
Prince George is a tractor lover! In a new documentary, Prince William revealed that his eldest son, Prince George, loves to spend time on a farm and he is especially obsessed with tractors.
What the father-of-three additionally revealed is how his eldest son, Prince George, is "obsessed" with tractors.
He further shared that the 6-year-old royal would be delighted to spend time on a farm where there is farming machinery, tractor being a must among all.
The royal family aficionados get a close insight on all of these heartwarming details about the royal kids and Prince Charle's 135-acre estate in the documentary titled "Prince Charles: Inside the Duchy of Cornwall."
A CLOSER LOOK INTO PRINCE CHARLE'S ESTATE
In the same documentary, William opened up about the significance of farming in the royal family where the lands are often passed down to future generations.
The prince revealed that he has started to think about the day he will inherit the Duchy, adding that his children love to play there.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis join The Queen and Members of @TheRoyalFamily to watch the @RoyalAirForceUK @RAFRedArrows fly past over Buckingham Palace, following Trooping the Colour, The Queen’s Birthday Parade. Trooping the Colour has marked the official birthday of the British Sovereign for over 260 years. Over 1400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians come together each June in a great display of military precision, horsemanship and fanfare to mark The Queen's official birthday.📷PA @TheRoyalFamily #TroopingtheColour #BuckinghamPalace #QBP2019
How Prince Charles' personality and interests have shaped the estate is not the only thing that the documentary highlights.
Prince Charles has also expressed his concerns over climate change in the two-part documentary.
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The Duke of Rothesay, as The Prince of Wales is known when in Scotland, attended the Mey Highland and Cultural Games at the weekend. First held in the village of Mey for The Queen Mother’s 70th birthday, the Games celebrate the hospitality, culture and talents of the people of the North Highlands. In the foreword for the programme, His Royal Highness said: “It was with the greatest of pride that I followed in the footsteps of my Grandmother, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, as Chieftain in 2002, thus continuing the tradition she had started in the early 1970’s when these games began.” The Duke judged the final of the Tug of War competition, which was won by a team from Help for Heroes. Congratulations to all those who took part in the event!
WILLIAM WILL BE MAKING MAJOR CHANGES TO THE ESTATE
The Duchy estate has a glorious history that dates back to around 700 years ago. Edward III set up the estate so that the heir to the throne would have funds and the cycle would go on for generations to come.
The Duchy is now a multi-million dollar business empire that provides $27 million a year to run Prince Charles, his sons, and their wives' office.
With a whopping empire of 130, 000 acres with 160 miles of the British coastline, the Duchy includes properties in 23 countries of England and Wales.
Prince William hopes to follow his father's management style and won't make any major changes. “Rest assured I’m not going to rock the boat,” he said as reported by 'Town & Country." "I’ll do much the same as what my father’s doing. I’m not so into the architecture that’s the only thing."