Prince George has already made it clear he wants a police auto for Christmas, and now his dad, Prince William, revealed he had a pretty great part in his school's holiday play: a sheep. "He was a sheep".
Last month, William gave a speech at the launch of the taskforce at Google's London headquarters and said he hoped the United Kingdom could become a world leader on tackling cyberbullying.
He said: "Manchester has had a tough year, and I personally stand in awe of the way that the people of Manchester have united in bravery and support of one another".
During a visit to Manchester today with wife Princess Kate, William revealed Prince George's role in the nativity play.
In a question and answer session with the children, Josh explained he had told his father about his mental health problems.
The co-founder of the Heads Together campaign, William spoke about the rising acceptance of mental health issue. He added, "And it's slowly getting better now".
The Duke and Duchess have arrived at the #CGMS2017 conference in Manchester & meet young school children as well as some children's favourite characters.
Kate will join a forum hosted by Sesame Street's Workshop, the charitable foundation of the children's TV show, on research commissioned into kindness.
He added, "And let me tell you parents are feeling the pressure".