Prince William Shares That His Son, Prince George, Had A Rather Unorthodox Part In His School’s Nativity Play

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December 08, 2017

The world is fascinated with the Royal Family. Be it the glitz and glam of tiaras and castles, or just the simple intrigue of the world’s most popular fairytale, one thing is certain - Everyone wants to learn more about the Royals.

One particular family that has always managed to capture attention is the family of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana of Wales. Together, they had two sons, William and Harry. The world has watched them grow into exceptional young men and has even watched them start families of the own.

Prince William and his beautiful wife, Kate, who married in April 2011, have gracefully captured the hearts of the world, just as his dear mother did. Since their marriage, they’ve grown their family with two little ones, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. They also have another little one on the way!

Prince George, who is third in line to the throne, is only four years old. While he lives in the spotlight of royalty his mom and dad have done a lot of to make sure that he is living a grounded life without being spoiled. He is even enrolled in a private school with other children who are not royal, something that Princess Diana did for her son, William.

Recently, Prince George’s school celebrated the Christmas season with a Nativity play. Many speculated that the young prince would play the part of a king or wise man, but he actually played a rather small, and somewhat funny part - a sheep!

Prince William recently revealed to the press that he and his wife attended his son’s play and laughed when they saw their little one dressed as a sheep. They said, “It was so funny, he couldn’t help but laugh!” I’m sure he was one adorable little sheep. Just look at his face!

Prince William and The Duchess have quite a future ahead of them raising three little ones in the public eye, but with all of the efforts to keep their children humble and kind, we can only imagine great things to come!

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