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Prince William Just Revealed That Prince George Is Obsessed with Dinosaurs

Same, George. Same.
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Prince George may be third in the line to the throne of the United Kingdom, but in so many ways, he's just a regular five year old. George is a huge fan of helicopters like his dad, his only Christmas wish last year was for a toy police car, and, as Prince William once revealed, he loves the classic book The Gruffalo.

William touched on another one of George's interests—one children everywhere can relate to: dinosaurs. Royal reporter Rebecca English just shared a video of William visiting the Acorns Hospice center in Birmingham, where he shared the sweet detail of George's current obsession. "Is that a triceratops?" William asked one of the children at the center who had a toy dinosaur. "George is obsessed with dinosaurs so we're learning all about them," he continued. Watch the full clip below:

While in Birmingham, William received a very special gift for George, Charlotte, and Louis with dinosaurs in mind. People's royal reporter Simon Perry shared a snap on Instagram of three specially-created coloring books William was gifted for his kids, one of which is appropriately titled "The Big Book of Dinosaur Colouring." See the photo here:

After a busy spring and summer, George and his family are settling back into a routine in London. In May, George served as a page boy in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding. Just a few weeks later, George attended the Trooping the Colour celebration, where he made a memorable appearance with his cousin, Savannah Phillips, on the Buckingham Palace balcony. He spent the rest of the summer running around with Charlotte at a polo match, attending his little brother Prince Louis's christening, and vacationing with his family in Mustique, where he marked his fifth birthday.

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte play at a polo match in June.

George returned to school at Thomas's Battersea in London earlier this month, and will likely serve as a page boy in Princess Eugenie's royal wedding next month in Windsor.

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

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