Kate Middleton and Prince William surely are proud parents. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge never miss an opportunity to gush about their parenthood and children Princess Charlotte and Prince George. This time again, it was the father-of-two who went ga-ga about his little ones.
We all know the royal children, especially Kate Middleton's daughter Princess Charlotte, are too cute and adorable to be described in a few words. But their father Prince William did manage to put it together in a very convincing way while he was speaking with Professor Christopher Dobson during a visit to Cambridge University on 15 October.
The Duke gushed about his daughter and son and how different they are from one another. "We talked a little bit about the children and he did make a couple of comments about their different temperaments," Professor Dobson told reporters.
"He said George is very lively and Charlotte is very ladylike. He said they were both delightful of course," he added.
And earlier in one of his interviews, Prince William had called Prince George a little monkey and said that would become a soccer player someday because he never stops moving.
"She's been a little joy from heaven. But at the same time, it's a lot more responsibility, looking after two little ones, especially when George is around. He's a little monkey," Prince William had reportedly said.
Professor Dobson reportedly also gifted the Duke with a children's book titled "Fitz and Will — the Cambridge Cats". In the book, there was a dog that resembled the royal family's dog, Lupo.
The Prince also spoke about his dog when the professor gave him the book. "There wouldn't be any of the lawn left if it was Lupo," Kate Middleton's husband said.
Well, it looks like Prince William knows what best describes his children and his parenthood. Now, we know that Prince George is very delightful. But since Princess Charlotte hasn't made various public appearances, we are assuming she might have taken on her mother Kate Middleton.