The future king has high hopes for his son and daughter. Read the highlights from a recent interview.
Although it's clear that Prince William's family is at the top of his priority list, his charitable work comes in at a close second. From helping the mentally ill with wife Kate Middleton to crusading for the conservation of animals, the future king has a long list of causes that are close to his heart, and he hopes to pass on his passion for these projects to his children.
"I'd definitely like to see George and Charlotte in Africa. They'd have a wonderful time," the doting father told ITV News in a new interview Tuesday. Although, he admits, he can imagine Prince George having a little too much fun. "And I can see George being a bit of a bum sometimes out in the conservation world with his bangles and his sandals." Looks like the 2-year-old might take after his Uncle Harry a bit.
"But I think I’d love them to be interested in the subject and pursue the same sort of ideas and aims that I am." Here, here. With mom and dad and Prince Harry being involved in the organizations they are, it seems the little royals have quite the charitable role models to look up to, so we have no doubt Prince George and Princess Charlotte will indeed carry on their family's philanthropic tradition.