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Prince George knows exactly what he wants for Christmas.
On the baking expert Mary Berry “, A Berry, a Royal Christmas,” which is set to air in the U. k. on Monday night Kate Middleton and Prince William, talking about the 6-year-old George revealed what he wants for Christmas.
PRINCE WILLIAM AND KATE MIDDLETON TAKE GEORGE TO CHARLOTTE TO CHEER ON ASTON VILLA, NORWICH VS
Prince George and Princess Charlotte, for the wedding of Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank at the St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, near London, England.
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“George has already written his list to santa,” William said, according to the People. “He loves his work, he is a very good unit. We will be able to tell him something to draw on. Whether it’s a football [soccer]. He is loving his football as well.”
William was then asked if it was possible to enjoy the game of football, in which he said, “yes, Yes, I’m afraid to do that. I’m trying not to be biased. [sic], and I said, that’s all, but it’s home. So, of course, [George], supports Chelsea.”
While William says that George supports Chelsea, and the family has been seen at Aston Villa, usa. Left the game in the beginning of October, where the young royal was spotted rocking an Aston Villa T-shirt while cheering and clapping for the team as well.
KATE MIDDLETON SAYS PRINCE GEORGE, AND PRINCESS CHARLOTTE’S LOVE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Kate Middleton and Prince William pose for a photograph with their three children, George, right, of Charlotte, who is in the middle, and Louis.
At the beginning of November, a royal source claimed to The Sun that the Duchess of Cambridge, will and George, along with brothers and sisters of the Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, to have a normal childhood, and involvement in activities in the great outdoors.
“Kate has always wanted the children to have to live in the real world,” claimed the insider. “She and [husband] Prince William does not want to live in a golden bubble. They want them to grow up with the same experiences as other children.”
According to a royal source, the 37-year-old British royal has been the inspiration of her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, who was not shy about breaking from tradition when it comes to the education of her two sons, William and Harry.
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“Kate is well aware of just how much William loved his mother,” said the source. “She was a very unstuffy, and wanted William and Harry to their school, their friends, and the experience of the norm. That is, of the baton, she handed it to Kate.”
Fox News’ Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report.