Prince George Had The Tiniest, Cutest Part In His School's Nativity Play

Thursday, 07 Dec, 2017

Prince William has revealed that his four-year-old son Prince George played a sheep in his school's nativity play.

Taking part in the play, by portraying the three kings, angels and all-important animals on deck for the birth of Jesus, is an annual pre-Christmas break tradition in England.

Prince George, 4, started at Thomas's Battersea in London this year.

Our root today was spurred on by Prince William announcing that he went to Prince George's nativity, he said: "I went to my boy's nativity play. It was amusing", he said.

'He was a sheep, ' William added laughing.

At the event on Wednesday, William and Kate spoke to the kids about mental health and sat in on a focus group in which kids weighed in on new TV programs.

The royals are spearheading a Heads Together campaign, which is working with charities with the aim to end the stigma around talking about mental health issues.