Prince George, like many other kids, has some harsh criticism for dad Prince William on one of his skills…
We’ve all been there – children can be ruthless because they’re so honest, and it’s not different at the Cambridge household.
During a royal engagement yesterday, Prince William revealed that Prince George knows he’s no good at a popular children’s activity – crafts.
The dad-of-three offered his services to cut out an ‘E’ for a sign saying ‘Welcome to Xmas Dinner’, but Kate started laughing at his art skills.
After showing off his non-existent talent, the royal confessed: ‘My son knows I’m useless at this.’
He then added: ‘Catherine is the artsy one.’
So it’s safe to assume Kate is the one the kids go to if they want to do an arts activity during the Christmas break, which is fast approaching.
And it seems like the little ones do enjoy. During the same engagement, Kate was helping to make bead bracelets, and said Princess Charlotte ‘would love making these’.
The pair made the sweet remarks at Passage Homeless Centre, and helped out with cards and gifts ahead of charity’s Christmas party next week.
The centre holds a special place in William’s heart as it’s an organisation he visited with his late mum Diana.
The first time he visited the centre was in 1993, when he was 11-years-old, with a nine-year-old Prince Harry.
From then on, both William and Harry regularly visited hostels for homeless people with Diana, and the cause has remained very close to their hearts.
William became a patron of Centrepoint, a homeless charity for young people, in 2005, and slept rough in London, in December 2009.
Before their visit to Passage Homeless Centre, William and Kate also visited Evelina London Children’s Hospital, which Kate is now a patron of.
During the visit, the Duchess helped 4-year-old Cruz Brown unveil a banner of himself.