The little royals favourite TV show is popular among all age groups.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s middle child Princess Charlotte have revealed what her favourite TV show is. Apparently, she is a big fan of The Clangers, so much so that her father Prince William was gifted with a Clangers toy for her on Monday when he visited the BAFTA headquarters.
Royal editor Russell Myers told Lorraine Kelly on Tuesday’s Lorraine: “I’m told Princess Charlotte is a big fan of The Clangers so Prince William was presented with a little Clangers toy.” The show just celebrated its 50th anniversary earlier this year, and at the moment the show is part of the new BAFTA exhibition, Behind the Screen, which William visited.
From the entire royal family, the Cambridges have always been the most down to earth, which their fans really enjoy and appreciate. This isn’t the first time the Cambridges have talked about their favourite things to watch on the old telly.
Prince William also talked about the shows he likes watching, like Killing Eve, while previously he has said that he and his son Prince George are both fans of Fireman Sam and the popular Disney film, The Lion King. Back in 2017, in a rare joint interview on BBC Radio, William talked about how he and Kate enjoyed watching Homeland and Game of Thrones. Kate finished by saying they loved to order takeaways while watching, with curry being their favourite.
The summer break is over, which means that it’s back to work for William and Kate, and back to school for Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Although it’s over, the Cambridge family used the summer break fully, going to Mustique, where they celebrated Prince Georges sixth birthday in July. They then returned in the UK and went to stay at Anmer Hall, Norfolk, where they spend most of the school breaks they get, and this one was no exception. At the end of the summer break, they spent a week with the rest of the royal family at Balmoral, such as her Majesty the Queen and Prince Phillip, as well as Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
September was very important for the family, as Princess Charlotte began with school, joining her big brother Prince George at Thomas’s Battersea, with her father and mother joining her for her first day at school. The four of them, along with Prince George, were a sight to behold, with the two pupils looking adorable in their school uniforms. This year will be more challenging with Charlotte, who will be facing subjects such as French, Computing, Art, Music, Drama and Ballet for the first time this year.