Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
We learned last week that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were able to hang out with legendary nature historian David Attenborough in Kensington Palace Gardens. As it turns out, the photos Prince William and Kate Middleton shared of the adorable event weren’t the only thing to come out of the interaction. This really is the gift that continues to be given: the children of Cambridge made a video in which they asked Attenborough a few questions about animals, and we hear their little voices!
Prince George first asks his question: “Hello David Attenborough, which animal do you think will disappear next?”
Attenborough responded by saying he hopes no animals go extinct and shared a story about mountain gorillas. “About 40 years ago I was with mountain gorillas in central Africa. Mountain gorillas were very, very rare then; there were only 250 left,” he said. said, before saying that people all over the world have donated money to save the species, of which there are currently around 1000. “So you can save an animal if you want to and put your mind to it” , he said.
Then it was Charlotte’s turn: “Hi David Attenborough, I love spiders, do you love spiders too?
Attenborough replied that he shared Charlotte’s love for spiders. “Why are people so afraid of them?” He added that he thinks it’s because spiders have eight legs and you never know in which direction they will move.
That’s right, David Attenborough.
Louis, who turned 2 in April, received the last question. He took a deep breath and asked, “What animal do you like?”
Attenborough replied that the monkeys are his favorite. Here is the heartwarming exchange, in its entirety:
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Many thanks to Kate and William for making this perfect meeting of the spirits possible. We need that kind of pure news right now.
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