Prince George may be third in line to the throne, but away from the cameras and royal excitement he’s not much different from other five-year-olds.
The little royal is at an exciting age of learning new things and discovering new hobbies, both at school and while playing at home with his proud parents and the hired help.
But according to his dad Prince William there’s one thing which he’s taken a real interest in, and he’s now "obsessed" with it.
During a visit to a children’s hospital in Birmingham this week, the Duke of Cambridge spotted a toy dinosaur on a table.
He told the little girl he was chatting to he had been learning all about them thanks to Prince George, reports the Daily Mail .
He said: "George is obsessed with dinosaurs. We’ve been learning all about them."
Before he left hospice president Kay Alexander and the rest of the staff gave him a dinosaur colouring book to give to George.
He replied: "I’ll be the most popular father in the country tonight."
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William visited the Acorn Children’s Hospice on Tuesday, 30 years after his mum Princess Diana officially opened the building.
When she cut the ribbon back in 1988, it was only the third children’s hospice in the world.
During his visit William unveiled a new plaque, which will be placed next to the one put up to commemorate his mum’s visit.
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Prince George started his second year at St Thomas’s School in Battersea earlier this month, and his littler sister Princess Charlotte is also back at nursery.
Kate Middleton is still on maternity leave with Prince Louis.
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