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Prince William has been busy supporting his wife Kate in the launch of her Back to Nature Garden, but seems like he’s had a bit more fun than we were expecting…
The Duchess of Cambridge launched her new project RHS Chelsea Flower Show last night, but before showing it to the Queen and opening it to the public, the mum showed it to the four most important people in her life (opens in new tab) – William and their three little ones.
Kensington Palace shared lovely pictures from their visit, including Prince Louis’ first public steps and Prince George and Prince Charlotte enjoying a quiet moment by a stream.
Later on however, they also shared a video of the visit showing Prince William asking Prince George for his opinion on his mum’s efforts.
He’s heard asking: ‘What would you give it out of 10, George? How many marks out of 10 would you give it? With 10 being the highest.’
George, clearly impressed by Kate’s work, replied: ‘Twenty!’
‘Twenty out of 10? That's pretty good. I think Mummy's done well’, William responded.
This was actually the first time we've heard Prince George speak, as videos featuring the Cambridge brood are rare.
But after their exchange, William decided the swing was calling out his name and gives it a try.
Playing on the rope swing, he asks his daughter Princess Charlotte to give him a push but she’s too busy playing to help dad out.
But turns out that even though royal fans loved seeing the kids playing around the new garden, it was William’s swing moment that made the video for many.
One said: ‘Omg I could love William anymore hahah “weee”’.
Another added: ‘I can't stop watching it. Omg it's so good. I didn't thought I needed to see William on the swing until now’.
A third commented: ‘william at the end omg'.
Another even went as far as saying he needs to work on his swing face, alongside a cropped picture.
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