Prince Louis is first heard when he joins Prince George and Princess Charlotte to interview Sir David Attenborough about the natural world.
Shared in an adorable video by Kensington Palacethat was filmed Parents Kate Middleton and Prince William in the gardens of Kensington Palace last month can each hear the three children ask the idol a question.
But it's Prince Louis in old age two and a half years old who really steals the spotlight when he sweetly asks, "What animal do you like?"
Sir David replies, “I think my favorite thing about monkeys is because they are so funny! You can jump around anywhere and not bite. Some do, but if you are careful they don't. They are so funny and I like them a lot. Mind you, you can't have monkeys in the house because they don't live there. They live out in the forest.
“So what can you have at home that you like? Which would you choose – a puppy or a kitten? It's a very tough question … I think I would get a puppy. & # 39;
Prince Louis (pictured), two and a half years old, can hear speaking for the first time when he asks Sir David Attenborough, "What animal do you like?" shared in an adorable video from Kensington Palace
In response to Prince Louis' delightful question, Sir David replied, “I think I like monkeys best because they are so funny! You can jump around anywhere and not bite. & # 39;
Princess Charlotte, seen with her hair pulled back into a ponytail and her school uniform, says, “Hi David Attenborough, I like spiders, do you like spiders too?
At the beginning of the clip, an adult prince asks George: "Hello David Attenborough, what animal do you think will go extinct next?"
Sir David replies, “Let's hope there aren't any. There are many things we can do when animals are threatened with extinction. We can protect them.
“About 40 years ago I was in central Africa with some mountain gorillas. Mountain gorillas were very, very rare back then – only 250 of them.
"We've shown pictures of them on television all over the world and people thought how terrible it would be if these went extinct."
“So they signed a lot of money and a lot of people came to help and now there are over a thousand of them. So you can save an animal if you want and focus on that. People all over the world do this because animals are so precious. Let's hope that there are no more that become extinct. & # 39;
Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte, seen with her hair pulled back into a ponytail and her school uniform, asks, “Hello David Attenborough, I like spiders, do you like spiders too?
Prince George asks the idol, "Which animal do you think will become extinct next?"
Sir David replies, “I love spiders, I'm so glad you like them! I think these are wonderful things. Why are people so afraid of them?
“I think that's because they actually have eight legs that are a lot longer than us. When you have eight legs you can move in any direction so you can never be sure which direction this spider is going to go. So people don't like them and they don't like those hairy legs either. & # 39;
“But spiders are so smart. Have you ever tried to see someone build their web? That’s extraordinary. How does this circular net make it so attached to trees on either side or to pieces of vegetation? How do you do that? Try to see and see how they do it. It is wonderful! & # 39;
The young royals join a number of celebrities – including David Beckham, Billie Eilish and Dame Judi Dench – who wished Sir David in cinemas to mark the launch of his film David Attenborough: A Life on This Planet and starting Sunday 4th October , consult. on Netflix.
The children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge recorded their questions to Sir David before they had the opportunity to meet him in person on September 24th.
Sir David joined Prince William to watch the film in the gardens of Kensington Palace – and the naturalist received a reception worthy of Tinseltown's hottest star from three eager young fans, Princes George, Louis and Princess Charlotte, five.
He presented seven-year-old George with a tooth from an extinct basking shark that lived 23 million years ago and that he found on a family vacation in Malta in the late 1960s.
The three children are all interested in dinosaurs and were intrigued by the megalodon fossil and excitedly asked Sir David a series of questions.
One palace assistant said: “The children are huge fans of Sir David and this was the first time they had met him, even though they always wanted to. They were absolutely thrilled and you can see how excited she was from Charlotte's reaction in the picture.
"They were fascinated by the shark tooth and Sir David explained how he found it, how old it was and how it was kept in Malta's soft yellow limestone."
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