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Prince William has opened up about how he loves to spend time with Kate, Princess of Wales, and his children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. The heir to the throne replied to a few questions by children at the Royal Marsden Hospital – an organisation of which he is patron specialised in cancer care.
While recording an adorable Q&A session for Radio Marsden last December, the future King spoke about playing board games with his young family.
Asked by a boy named Henry what his favourite board game was, William said: “Henry, we’re playing board games with the children quite a lot. We love playing Monopoly, that’s a good one, and Risk – have you played Risk before?
“That’s a good board game, it goes on for hours and usually everyone gets very cross because they lose. But that’s what I like playing.”
This isn’t the only time William has spoken of the activities he does with his family.
In September, he and Kate penned the foreword for a children’s book titled Puzzles for Spies, an activity book written by officials from the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).
The pair wrote: “We look forward to helping our children solve these puzzles, and hope that this book brings friends and families together to start rich conversations.”
During his Q&A for Radio Marsden, Prince of Wales also gave royal fans a glimpse of how he likes to spend Christmas, saying his favourite film to watch during this time of the year is Elf – a 2003 comedy starring Will Ferrell as Santa’s helper.
Among other activities to carry out during the winter holidays, William also counted ice skating – before adding he isn’t “very good” at it.
He said: “My fingers are all over the place. I look like a deer on ice. It’s really not very pretty. But I do like my skating.”
The heir to the throne also spoke about food being quite an important part of his Christmases – before adding he is a fan of Brussels sprouts and that children should eat their greens.
William said: “Food is quite important to me on Christmas, I tend to eat a lot on Christmas.
“There’s always a tiny bit of space left in my stomach somewhere for a bit more bit of turkey or sausage or for the wine.”
William is expected to spend his first Christmas without Queen Elizabeth II in Norfolk.
The Prince of Wales and his family will likely join King Charles and Queen Camilla at Sandringham House on Christmas Day.
The special day will begin with the sovereign and his family will walk from the residence to St Mary Magdalene Church, the nearby chapel where Firm members normally attend the Christmas morning service.
Prince Louis, William and Kate’s youngest son, has been tipped to take part in this walkabout for the first time this year.
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