Prince George Played A Sheep In His School's Nativity Play

Getting into the festive spirit! Pregnant Kate steps out in a cheerful red dress as she attends a children's media summit with William - the morning after glittering reception at Buckingham Palace

Prince George played a sheep in his school nativity play, Prince William reveals

Prince George played an important role in his school's nativity play, proud dad Prince William revealed Wednesday. "It was amusing", before adding: "He was a sheep".

The Duchess attended the summit with her husband, Prince William, in tow.

Awwww. We bet the young royal looked adorable in his nativity costume!

"One can find photos of William holding Charlotte and Kate holding George when the children were babies, and although both children are now older, they're not old enough to be let loose on their own".

"It's been lovely to meet all of you and thank you so much to all the children who've shown me what they've been doing in their gardens". Maybe in a pinch scoring one of the Three Wise Men was a kind of primo role, and the Innkeeper was okay, because you got to yell "THERE'S NOOOO ROOOOOOM IN THE IINNNNN" but anything beyond that was shithouse.

In the letter, the tot circled that he had been "nice", rather than "naughty" and asked for a "police car" under the tree.

What's even cuter, the youngster wasn't in the least bit greedy about his wish list - he left four of the five lines on the pre-printed note blank.

Having started school in September, Prince George has spent the last few months enjoying life as a full-time primary school pupil.

There's no word yet on what his little sister, Princess Charlotte, hopes to score this year. Join our Facebook group for the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Diana and all things royal!

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