The 36-year-old father-of-three, (and Kate Middleton’s husband), made the revelation during an official visit to CineMagic, in Northern Ireland; a charity which supports young aspiring filmmakers.
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Cinemagic embraces the magic of film and television to inspire, motivate and educate — bringing young people together and use film as a vehicle to discuss a range of social issues and challenges affecting young people from all walks of life. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined activities at Cinemagic’s workshops to see the full range of training they provide. #RoyalVisitNI #Ballymena #NorthernIreland
It was there that Prince William met a young boy who created a paper dragon to present to him, which led William to reveal that his eldest son loves dragons, and enjoys watching the popular animated movie, How to Train Your Dragon.
The film is about a young man, Hiccup, who is heir to his tribe, and eventually becomes chief of the tribe; sort of the way Prince George is destined to become king in the British royal family, as third in line to the throne.
And, similarly to the way Simba was destined to in George’s previous favourite film, The Lion King.
Yes, we’ve noticed a theme here.
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In 2017, when asked what George’s favourite film was, Prince William said at the time, “He quite likes The Lion King, he’s watched it quite a few times.”
— Rhiannon Mills (@SkyRhiannon) October 16, 2017