It's easy to see Prince William is an incredible father.
But this latest video hammers home just how great the 35-year-old future King of England is with kids and how much he wants his own family to learn.
On Monday, October 30th, the father-of-two met five-year-old Suzie McCash at the Pride of Britain Awards, which were held at the Grosvenor Hotel in Mayfair, London.
Watch William and Suzie's sweet encounter in the player above!
At the event, little Suzie was awarded the prestigious Child of Courage accolade for saving her mother's life.
Suzie was only four when her mother collapsed at their family home in Tynemouth, Northumberland earlier this year and stopped breathing. But the fast-thinking child quickly called 999 (Triple 000 in Australia) and asked the emergency services for urgent help.
At a pre-party reception for the event, which honours the UK's "unsung heroes", Prince William was blown away by Suzie's efforts, admitting he wasn't sure if his own son Prince George would know what to do in that situation.
"I have a four-year-old called George and if I gave him a telephone, I do not know what he would do," William told Suzie.
Inspired by her smarts, William revealed he was going to go home and pass on the know-how to his four-year-old son.
“And do you know what, I’m going to have a conversation with my George about what to do because of what you’ve done. It’s really important," Wills shared.
William also met with the Teenager of Courage winner 17-year-old Moin Younis, who suffers from a rare skin disorder called Epidermolysis which causes the skin to be extremely fragile and tear.
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Moin told The Mirror he was blown away by Prince William and said he was one of the nicest people he's ever met.
"He was amazing. The fact he knows such a lot about me, it means that the stuff I do does go out there. We were talking about [soccer team] Aston Villa, because we're both Aston Villa fans, and how they need to improve," he explained to the publication.
"I thought he was one of the nicest guys ever. He looks like a very quiet guy but when you get to meet him he's just one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet, honestly. Him coming here tonight is going to keep me going."
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