Prince George Had the Cutest Role in His School's Nativity Play

Getting into the festive spirit! Pregnant Kate steps out in a cheerful red dress as she attends a children's media summit with William - the morning after glittering reception at Buckingham Palace

His royal father, the Duke of Cambridge, disclosed that Prince George tackled the role of the ruminant mammal during a visit to BBC's Bridge House in Media City with Kate Middleton.

Prince George attends Thomas's Battersea School in central London, where fees cost close-to an eye-watering €20,000 a year.

There were two things you wanted to be in your school/kids church/whatever nativity play at Christmas.

While speaking to children about their royal plans for the holidays, William said: 'I went to my boy's nativity play.

It's a milestone moment for any child: playing a part in their very first school nativity play.


We bet the little prince looked just darling in what we can only hope was a cotton-ball adorned costume, but a role as one of the three kings might have felt a tad more familiar!

'He was a sheep, ' his proud dad told the children. Maybe in a pinch scoring one of the Three Wise Men was a kind of primo role, and the Innkeeper was okay, because you got to yell "THERE'S NOOOO ROOOOOOM IN THE IINNNNN" but anything beyond that was shithouse.

Recently, Prince George also broke hearts with his adorable handwritten letter to Santa - an important correspondence William personally delivered to St Nick himself at Lapland. But when it comes to the Christmas gifts he's asking for, there's only one thing on his wish list this year - a toy police vehicle.

Then again, maybe not...



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