This is Prince George’s favourite Disney film and we can relate

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    Prince George might be just 5 years old, but he’s already one of the world’s favourite royals. Why? Not only is he adorable, but he proved he’s an absolute sweetie when he comforted this crying bridesmaid at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, and he’s also shattering gender stereotypes by taking ballet classes.

    Prince William and Kate Middleton often share anecdotes about the little royal. Recently, Kate attended an event at the V&A and spoke to one of the venue’s senior curators, Martin Barnes.

    According to Hello, Barnes explained to her that one of the featured photographers, William Henry Fox Talbot, ‘wanted nature to draw its own picture on the paper instead of failing with the pencil’. It struck a hilarious note with Kate as it reminded her of Prince George.

    ‘She said, ‘George would do that!’ – that is blame the pencil, which was sweet,’ Barnes told the magazine.

    But more recently, William decided to share which Disney film Prince George loves the most – and to be honest, same.

    At a recent royal engagement, the Duke of Cambridge was asked by a little boy what TV show Prince George likes to watch.

    William responded: ‘He quite likes The Lion King – he’s watched that a few times.’

    Okay, it’s not a TV show, but it’s great to know that George loves classic Disney.

    But he is also a fan of animated movies, with William elaborating: ‘He has watched some Lego movies as well… trying to keep him off the television is hard work!’

    Well we have to say, it sounds like Prince George has a great taste in films, which he has clearly inherited from his parents.

    During an interview with BBC Radio 1, William and Kate revealed that their go-to television series is none other than Game of Thrones.

    See? They’re just like us.

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