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Prince Louis, Prince George and Princess Charlotte ask Sir David Attenborough questions about nature


Prince Louis first spoke when he and Prince George and Princess Charlotte asked Sir David Attenborough questions about nature in a charming video filmed in the gardens of Kensington Palace

  • Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis asked Sir David Attenborough a series of questions about nature
  • The adorable video was shared by Kensington Palace on an official Twitter account
  • Filmed by Kate Middleton and William in the gardens of Kensington Palace last month

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis asked Sir David Attenborough a series of questions about nature.

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 overhear the three children asking the idol a question.

The first time Prince Louis, two and a half years old, was spoken to, he asks, "Which animal do you like?"

Sir David replies, "I like monkeys."

Prince Louis (pictured), two and a half years old, asks Sir David Attenborough: "Which animal do you like?"

In response to Prince Louis' delightful question, Sir David replied:

In response to Prince Louis' delightful question, Sir David replied: "I think I like monkeys best" (picture)

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?

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?

Prince George asks the idol, "Which animal do you think will become extinct next?"

Prince George asks the idol, "Which animal do you think will become extinct next?"

At the beginning of the clip, an adult George asks: "Hello David Attenborough, what animal do you think will go extinct next?"

He replies: “Let's hope there aren't any. There are many things we can do when animals are critically endangered. 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.

"And we've shown pictures of them on TV 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. & # 39;

Meanwhile, 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?

The young royals join a number of celebrities – including David Beckham, Billie Eilish and Dame Judi Dench – who asked Sir David a question on the launch of his film in theaters and via video on Netflix starting Sunday October 4th .

The children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge recorded their questions for him before they could meet him in person on September 24th.

There he spent his new film David Attenborough: A Life on This Planet with Prince William in the garden of Kensington Palace.

Sir David Attenborough, who unveiled his new documentary – and who received a reception worthy of Tinseltown's hottest star after screening from three eager young fans, Princes George (seven) and Louis (two) 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.

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