Prince William has treated fans to three unseen photographs of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis in a new documentary about his environmental efforts which aired on ITV in the UK overnight.
According to the television network, the documentary Prince William: A Planet For Us All, which was filmed over two years, focused “on conservation and how we can protect the natural world for future generations”. In the documentary, the prince travels around the UK and internationally to destinations like Tanzania and northern Namibia, where the father-of-three shines a light on rhinoceros poaching.
The documentary also included three new pictures of George, seven, Charlotte, five, and Louis, two. In one of the pictures, which has since been shared on Twitter, Louis can be seen crouching on a beach with a blue sand bucket in hand, while a second image shows Charlotte planting a flower in a garden and a third shows George enthusiastically helping out with some gardening.
George, Charlotte & Louis on William's documentary: A planet for us all!🌍 pic.twitter.com/krgvfmWU5l
— British Royal Children (@royalcousins_) October 5, 2020
It’s been a busy week in the limelight for the young royals as Kensington Palace over the weekend released a cute clip of the trio asking questions to world-famous naturalist Sir David Attenborough.
The adorable video, which sent royal fans into a frenzy at the time, begins with seven-year-old Prince George asking Sir David: “What animal do you think will become extinct next?” Attenborough then tells the young prince he hopes no other species will ever have to become extinct.
Princess Charlotte, five, then tells Sir David that she likes spiders and asks, “Do you like spiders too?” It’s then the turn of two-year-old Prince Louis who simply asks: “What animal do you like?”
“I think I like monkeys best,” Attenborough replies. “Because they’re such fun!”
Fans couldn’t get enough of the video, with many commenting to say how nice it was to hear the royal children speaking. One wrote: “It’s so nice to hear their voices! Cuteness overload!!”
Another commented: “They are so cute, he answers them very simply and clearly for their age.” While another wrote: “William and Kate are so smart! They allow the public to see the children and the public just melts. So they control the narrative and the opportunities for presenting the children. What a video!”