Over the weekend, Prince William and his wife Duchess Kate shared an adorable video of their three children taking part in a video segment called “Ask David Attenborough.”
On Saturday, Prince William and Duchess Kate’s Instagram page, Kensington Royal, uploaded the cutest video of the royal couple’s three children. Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2, all featured in the clip.
The trio had the pleasure of taking part in the “Ask David Attenborough” video. This was the very first time the three children spoke on video.
Duchess Kate and Prince William at Island Leisure Amusement Arcade during their visit to Barry Island, South Wales on August 5, 2020, in Barry, Wales | Photo: Ben Birchall - WPA Pool/Getty Images
ASKING DAVID QUESTIONS
The three Cambridge children each had a chance to ask Sir David Attenborough one question. George started first by asking the conservationist which animal he thought would go extinct next.
Attenborough revealed to the boy that he hoped none of them would be next. He then explained the ways in which we could go about making sure endangered animals don’t go extinct.
The second sibling to go forward was Charlotte who announced that she liked spiders. Her question to Attenborough was whether he liked them too.
The conservationist confirmed that he did like spiders and wondered why most people are afraid of them. He speculated that having eight legs left people scared as to which direction a spider could move, leaving them helpless.
DAVID ENCOURAGES CHARLOTTE
Attenborough also encouraged Charlotte to watch spiders as they build their webs. He noted how the process was a fascinating one to behold.
The last question came from little Louis who asked him what animal he liked best. The conservationist revealed that he was a fan of the monkey.
The activist also shared what his favorite domestic animal was. Between a dog and cat, Attenborough chose a dog after some difficulty deciding.
The Cambridge children aren’t the only people who’ve had the pleasure of asking the naturist questions. Celebrities like Billie Eilish, David Beckham, and Dame Judi Dench have also questioned the conservationist via video.
SHARING PICS OF KIDS & FLOSSING
William’s new ITV documentary, “Prince William: A Planet for Us All,” featured him answering some questions about his family. He revealed that little Charlotte could do the floss dance along with his wife but he couldn’t.
KEEPING KIDS CLOSE
The three children are very special to their father and their mother. Last month, Kate revealed how close she kept the trio to her heart during a recent engagement.
While meeting with fellow parents in London’s Battersea Park, the Duchess was seen wearing a necklace that was adorned with pendants. The charms were her children’s initials: “G,” “C,” and “L.”
SOCIAL DISTANCING RULES
Kate and William frequently discuss their children as royal fans want to get some more insight into the trio’s lives. In July 2020, during “BBC Breakfast,” the Duchess of Cambridge revealed how Louis was struggling to comprehend one social distancing rule.
She explained how her son couldn’t help but hug people amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Kate confessed to her child’s struggles while discussing a new online education initiative called Tiny Happy People.