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Prince George’s godmother shared how she feels at home

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The eldest of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s three royal children, Prince George firmly conquered the nation (not least by hugging fans and making cute cards for Mother’s Day) – but what is the 6 year old boy ( which will soon reach 7!) do you really like it at home? Well, according to her godmother Julia Samuel, she is “funny, fierce and cheeky”.

Speaking on Elizabeth Day’s How To Fail podcast, Julia (a psychotherapist) also shared that her good friend Princess Diana would love him. “It’s fantastic. It’s fun, exuberant and cheeky and God, she (Diana) would have loved him so much. It’s heartbreaking for all of them.”

He also revealed that he has a special tradition relating to the type of gifts he buys to George, which also serves as a sweet way of paying tribute to Diana. “So I do what to George [Diana] done to us which is giving impossible toys that are really noisy, it takes a lot to do “.

Um, sorry but are you an evil genius, Julia? If I need memory, I have never seen my father (who is a literal bomb disposal engineer) more frustrated than when I tried to put together a Barbie Dream House on Christmas morning.

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Julia also added: “I am slightly overturned by the size of the present that William must then spend days putting together. And then I put all the machinery together and make tremendous noises and flashing lights and everything else. This makes me laugh and makes George laugh. “Super cute!

Meanwhile, George’s younger brother Louis, who turned 2 in April, also appears to have the personality of the bucket, as it has recently been revealed that he has a rather dark obsession with Mary Berry (yes, you read that right).

A splendid series of new family portraits – taken from none other than the Duchess of Cambridge herself – also show how much all three children have grown these days. Really, how did they suddenly get so big? Adorable.

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