Sounds like Prince George is a '90s kid at heart!
During a surprise appearance at London's Paddington station on Monday, Prince William revealed his son's favourite film is the Disney classic "The Lion King."
The Duke of Cambridge, along with Duchess Kate and Prince Harry, attended the event to support several charities and took time to meet with children and families. After boarding a train, one young boy asked Prince William what shows George likes to watch.
"He quite likes 'The Lion King,' we've watched that a few times," the prince revealed. "He has watched a few Lego movies as well. Trying to keep him off the television is hard work."
George's film of choice proves he has good taste, as every '90s kid (and every kid since, for that matter) knows just how good "The Lion King" is, with its plot twists, catchy songs and unforgettable characters. Plus, its positive message, hakuna matata, is one kids remember for life!
But considering the four-year-old is third in line to the throne behind his grandfather, Prince Charles, and his dad, Prince William, it led many royal fans to crack the same joke:
Of course Prince George's favourite film is the Lion King! He just can't wait to be king!— Jack Moore (@jackmoore1402) October 17, 2017
Interestingly, some fans have actually been making this joke for years...
Wonder if Prince George dances around the palace with his grandma's crown on singing The Lion King's: 'And I just can't wait to be king'.— Naomi (@nomes_u) May 23, 2016
Do you think that Prince William and Prince George find "I Just Can't Wait To Be King" from the Lion King to be the most relatable song?— SusannaBanana (@sgourlay91) February 8, 2016
With some even wondering how George would react to the plot:
one day Prince George is going to watch The Lion King and become very suspicious of Harry— Shankenstein 💀 (@shanhunfoy) July 4, 2015
While Prince William didn't reveal George's exact thoughts on the movie, we totally understand his son's love for "The Lion King." After all, the film has been stealing our hearts since '94 and has so much fandom that it even has a reboot in the works. Clearly Prince George knows what's good.
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