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Prince Charles makes rare reference to Prince George and honestly it’s too much.

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We don’t often hear the Prince of Wales, Charles talking about his grandchildren. But when he does, it is filled with all kinds of cuteness and sweetness.

Well, this one is something of a new side of Prince Charles.

Charles has three grandchildren. And, the fourth one is on his way, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex expecting their first child. It’s like there’s a whole royal bundle of joy on the way.

But, who did he mention while in an interview?

It was his eldest grandchild, Prince George, that he mentioned recently as part of a BBC documentary. The documentary is set to air in November.

According to some recent reports, the documentary will concentrate on the dedication the Prince of Wales, Charles has to conserve and save the planet. 

Also read: Prince Charles Shares Never Before Seen Photos With Prince William And Prince George.

This allowed him the chance to talk about the subject at length.

The viewers will see him at his Scottish estate, Birkhall. There he will be seen explaining how the wood is named “George’s wood”. Well, do you know why?

If not, then don’t worry. We have all the answers here for you. At the time of Prince George’s birth back in 2013, a number of different trees were planted and they’re growing steadily. And so, it was named after him.

In the documentary, Prince Charles says:-

“I hope it will be quite amusing for George, as they grow up, and he grows up”.

Also read: Prince William Reveals Prince George And Princess Charlotte’s Favourite Book.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are eager for their children to have a normal upbringing. They want to keep them out of the public eye as much as possible.

However, the annual Christmas card is approaching. And so, it’s very likely that they’ll share a family photo together with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and baby Louis.