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Prince George: His new hobby worries William and Kate

Prince George has discovered a new hobby that is making his parents, Duchess Kate and Prince William, frown.

LONDON – Prince George (8) will one day sit on the British throne, but for now the future king can still enjoy his childhood without any worries. So that there is no boredom, the son of Prince William (39) and Duchess Kate (40) pursues an entertaining pastime.

When the school bell rings at the end of the lesson, the royal offspring can finally devote himself to his absolute favorite pastime. Prince George has recently started sprinting across the lawn for his school’s soccer team, but that’s not his only hobby. During a visit to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, BAFTA for short, in London, Prince William revealed what his eldest son still does in his free time. * knows what Prince George’s siblings Charlotte and Louis are excited about.

According to the 39-year-old, George is currently a huge fan of video games! Because the young royal obviously can’t get enough of it, Kate and William keep a close eye on their children. “Right now we are trying to regulate gaming and monitor screen time. You have to be careful there. They [George, Charlotte, Louis] are fascinated by it. George especially. He’s more interested in it,” explained the father of three. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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