‘It was funny,’ Prince William said of George’s adorable performance in the school nativity play.


‘It was funny,’ Prince William said of George’s adorable role in the school nativity play.

In a throwback interview, Prince William discussed his son Prince George’s “interesting” role in the school nativity play.

The Cambridges reportedly spent Christmas with members of the Middleton family at their Norfolk country home, Anmer Hall, after the Queen cancelled the Royal Family’s Christmas at Sandringham due to a spike in coronavirus cases across the UK. According to reports, the Cambridges then spent New Year’s Eve with Kate’s family in West Berkshire.

On the same night, William and Kate shared a photo on Instagram of themselves snuggling in the back of a limousine on their way to the premiere of the latest James Bond film, No Time To Die.

“Wishing everyone a Happy New Year!” was the caption on the couple’s romantic photo.

However, one year, William and Kate began their Christmas celebrations by attending a nativity play put on by their elder son George.

The role of king was not given to George, who is third in line to the throne.

William admitted that his son was cast as one of the sheep during a trip to Manchester for the Children’s Global Media Summit in 2017.

“I went to my son’s nativity play,” the Duke of Cambridge said.

“It was amusing.

“He was a sheep,” said the narrator.

George would have been four years old at the time.

George, now eight years old, and Princess Charlotte, six, are both in year four and two at Thomas’s Battersea School in southwest London.

In the meantime, Prince Louis, William and Kate’s youngest child, started nursery last year at the age of three.

He attended Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington, which is close to Kensington Palace, in the footsteps of Charlotte.

William presented George’s wish list to Santa Clause at a market in Helsinki a week before attending his oldest child’s play.

“I’ve seen you and I had to give you this letter,” the Duke said, assuring Santa that his son was a good boy.

“He hasn’t written down many requests, so I believe one is fine.”

The Duchess of Cambridge will turn 40 next week.

In light of the rising number of Omicron variant cases across the country, Kate will reportedly celebrate the historic birthday in a “low-key” manner.

The celebrations, according to royal commentator Duncan Larcombe of OK! Magazine.

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