PRINCE GEORGE’s ‘fascinating’ insight into his education has delighted royal fans who discussed the biggest glimpse in the Cambridge children’s lives that Kate and William have given yet.
Prince George’s school “obsession” has been revealed by royal commentators. Royally Obsessed podcast hosts Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie discussed new photos and footage released of the young royal and his siblings, Charlotte and Louis, with Sir David Attenborough. They also noted that one video released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was a first of its kind for the family.
Ms Fiorito told listeners: “The school pictures are always amazing, we still want some of them from the Cambridges.
“We did get a little nugget about George’s schooling though.
“Apparently, he’s really obsessed with volcano study.
“That just lines up with George and everything we kind of know about him.”
Prince George’s ‘obsession’ revealed – young royal’s favourite school subject exposed (Image: KENSINGTON ROYAL)
‘We did get a little nugget about George’s schooling though.’ (Image: KENSINGTON ROYAL)
She continued: “Seven years old and loving volcanoes – fascinating.
“He was also involved in one of my favourite royal things to happen recently.
“We heard the Cambridge kids talk, which has never happened in an official capacity.
“I lost it, I was freaking out, this was the cutest video.”
‘We heard the Cambridge kids talk, which has never happened in an official capacity.’ (Image: KENSINGTON ROYAL)
Ms Bowie added: “It was so adorable, I can’t believe we’ve never heard them speak before.
“As we all know, George, Charlotte and Louis got to meet their idol, David Attenborough.
“But what we didn’t know is that they got to essentially interview him.”
ROYAL FAMILY TREE (Image: EXPRESS)
Sir David had joined the Cambridges because they were screening his new feature documentary.
The film, ‘A Life On Our Planet’, has been released on streaming service Netflix earlier this month.
Prince William and Sir David sat in the garden under blankets to protect them from the chilly autumn weather.
The Duke of Cambridge has also taken inspiration from the legendary natural historian with his own upcoming feature.
‘A Planet for Us All’ has been released on ITV last week and focussed on the royal’s global mission to champion action for the natural world.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK