William and Kate Middleton attended several royal events in Manchester, England, on Wednesday.
Proud dad! Prince William couldn’t help but gush about his son Prince George’s nativity play during an official outing on Wednesday.
While visiting Manchester, England, with his wife, Kate Middleton, Prince William told several local schoolchildren via The Telegraph, "I went to my boy's nativity play. It was funny. He was a sheep."
The 4-year-old Prince George started school this year at Thomas’s Battersea in London, and clearly he’s already breaking into the theater department.
As for his parents, William and Kate have been keeping busy with official events. The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge stepped out on Wednesday in a cherry red dress with a belted grey coat.
The couple first visited the BBC’s Children’s Department where they watched a live “Stepping Out” session with local teens, who talked about their mental health struggles. They then met with young local school children from a primary school talking again about mental health and how it affects them daily.
The Duke and Duchess then attended the Children’s Global Media Summit, where William gave the keynote speech after meeting with his new Cyber Bullying Taskforce and Kate met with the team behind Sesame Street.
"Parents are feeling the pressure. We need guidance and support to help us through some serious challenges," William told the crowd of the Internet's impact on raising children.
Prince William recently hand-delivered Prince George's letter to Santa himself! Watch the clip below to see the sweet moment.
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