Prince George Had The Tiniest, Cutest Part In His School's Nativity Play

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During a visit to the Children's Global Media Summit in Manchester on Wednesday morning, Prince William shared the story behind the four-year-old's big moment.

He said in his speech, "Parents like Catherine and me are raising the first generation of digitally-immersed children - and this gives us many reasons to be optimistic about the impact of technology on childhood".

'He was a sheep, ' William added laughing. While we (very sadly) don't have that, we'd bet serious money that he looked adorable.

The Duchess of Cambridge, who is now expecting her third child, visited the Children's Global Media Summit on Wednesday alongside her husband. Because Prince William told the world, revealing that "It was amusing". 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.

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And the letter revealed that the four-year-old is this year hoping for a police auto. He even signed his name (just "George", no title necessary when Santa's involved) at the bottom. He's had practice with that; he and his sister, Princess Charlotte, took part in their aunt Pippa Middleton's wedding this year.

The only thing better than knowing this sweet news would be a picture of Prince George fully outfitted in his sheep costume.

Wills and Kate are anaxiously awaiting the arrival of their third little prince or princess in April 2018.

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