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Prince George’s potential back-up plan to being King

He may be third-in-line to the British throne, but all four-year-old Prince George can think about is police cars.

On Tuesday evening, Princes William and Harry attended a get together for The Met Excellence Awards at Kensington Palace. The duo met with 17-year-old, Nabil Laasid who won Cadet of Year.

He was nominated by PC Jayne Richardson, his supervisor, who revealed to Prince William that the Kensington and Chelsea district needed more volunteers.

Joking, she said: “We are recruiting, actually so if George and Charlotte are keen?”

Prince William laughed and replied: “He is obsessed, actually, by the police….cars, toys, everything.”

Last year, while on a visit to Denmark, the Duke of Cambridge hand-delivered Prince George’s Christmas wish list to Santa. Despite the room for more gift requests, Prince George only had one wish- a police car.

William did his fatherly duty in Denmark, handing over the letter to the man in red.

“I’ve seen you and I had to give you this letter,” the Duke said.

Laughing, he added: “He hasn’t written down many requests, so I think one request is probably ok.”

Prince George had circled that he had been ‘nice’ this year, over ‘naughty’.

Prince William and Prince Harry spent time Tuesday evening speaking to the guests. One winner included PC Philip Stone, who was awarded Police Officer of the Year for his work with the Grenfell fire and the Manchester Arena bombing.

The Met Excellence Awards took place last week, and the winners were invited to a private event at Kensington Palace to mark all the hard work that they do.

On Monday, Prince William also revealed that his daughter, Princess Charlotte, loves to dance. 

When speaking to Michelle Muscat, wife of Malta’s leader Joseph Muscat, she spoke of how her ten-year-old twin girls love stage school to which Prince William replied: “My daughter Charlotte loves dancing.”


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