He said: “At the moment it’s trying to regulate the gaming… monitoring screen time.
“Got to be careful of that.
“They’re fascinated by it. George particularly. He’s more interested in it.
Both Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis love watching films
The Cambridges during Trooping the Colour 2019
“The other two are a bit too small at the moment but they love the films.”
The Duke of Cambridge admitted that, much like his two younger children, he “adores film” and shares a passion for video games with his firstborn and heir.
While George, Charlotte and Louis are allowed to pursue their indoor hobbies, the Cambridges are known to invite their children to spend time outside too.
During the summer of 2019, Kate said while appearing on Blue Peter she would drag her children outside every day “come rain or shine” for as little as 10 minutes.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George on their first day of school in September 2019
This habit, she noted, helped to boost her children’s physical and mental wellbeing.
Last year, royal author Katie Nicholl claimed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very careful when it comes to their children getting enough fresh air.
She told OK! magazine: “Kate is aware of screen time and tries to limit the children being exposed to too much.
“When the children have a break, she takes them outside, come rain or shine.
Prince William and Kate make sure their children spend time outdoor
Prince William visiting the renewed BAFTA headquarters
“She wants them to get fresh air and be in nature.”
Among the activities the Cambridges do in the outdoors with their children there are tending vegetable patches in their gardens and going on “spider hunts”.
Ms Nicholl continued: “She loves to pick vegetables with them in the gardens.
“If they are learning about rivers or the sea, she and William try to incorporate that into their walks.
Prince William visited the BAFTA headquarters as the president of the arts organisation.
There, he backed the launch of a new bursary scheme bearing his name, created to support future stars from under-represented backgrounds to enter the creative industries.
The charity said the aim of the Prince William Bafta Bursary for films, games, and television professionals is to “supercharge” the organisation’s support for talented individuals.
Prince William is the president of BAFTA
One of them, Roxanne McKenzie, stressed to William how helpful the mentorship programme can be.
She said: “It can seem an impossible dream to reach so mentoring is helpful.”
The Duke replied: “It is such a big enormous industry so having mentoring support and bursary is important.”
In a statement, the Duke also praised BAFTA’s “commitment” to provide chances to those with potential to develop their skills.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK