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Prince William Just Revealed Prince George's Favorite Movie, and It Might Be Yours, Too

The young prince is already a fan of Disney classics.
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At only four years old, Prince George is already one of the most relatable British royals. From not wanting to go to school to being too sleepy for your forced cheerfulness, the young prince just gets it.

And in a recent interview, his father Prince William revealed Prince George is a fan of classic Disney movies. Unlike his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, who reportedly enjoys watching Netflix's The Crown, Prince George likes to use his screen time for some more kid-friendly viewing, specifically The Lion King.

The interview, posted on Twitter by Rhiannon Mills of Sky News, was conducted by a young boy, who asked Prince William about his son's favorite shows to watch. Among a list of other adorable shows and movies, Prince William revealed that Prince George loves The Lion King.

"He quite likes The Lion King," Prince William said. "We've watched that a few times."

Perhaps the song, "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" has something to do with it.

"He's watched Octonauts," William also revealed, adding that his son is a fan of "Lego movies," though he and Duchess Kate try to limit their children's screen time as much as possible. "Trying to keep [George] off the television is hard work," Prince William said in the brief interview.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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