If there's one thing we know about children, it's how quickly and easily they can become completely enchanted by something. And little Prince George is no different.
During a visit to the Acorn Children's Hospice on Tuesday, Prince William told a group of children about his five-year-old son's latest obsession, because they just so happened to be making it.
The children in the room were making and painting dinosaurs, so Prince William told them, "George is obsessed with dinosaurs. We've been learning all about them."
We can absolutely imagine young George having a grand old natter about the prehistoric creatures to anyone who'll listen to him!
It's clear William is every bit the doting father we'd expect. Speaking previously about his second eldest tiny tot, Princess Charlotte, he revealed she is "obsessed" with fashion, "mad about pink" and "loves dancing."
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The Duke of Cambridge has shared some quirky anecdotes about his family of late. Last week, he revealed his and Duchess Catherine's favourite food: Sushi.
Speaking to a Japanese chef who gifted him a Bento Box, William said, "Thank you very much. My wife and I love sushi. We might have to come down here for lunch when no one else is in."
William's visit to the Acorn Children's Hospice was a special moment given his late mother Diana had opened it.
Hello! reported the hospice's President, Kay Alexander, shared a touching speech about Diana's involvement with the hospice, telling the audience she was "going to get tearful".
William replied, "Don't, you'll start me off as well."
Kay then praised the father-of-three for his caring nature.
"The fact that he can come round like that and just chat to anyone is the biggest, best thing that could happen to those parents. He is a star."