It's not often that the royal family share pictures and videos of the Cambridge children (Prince George, his sister Princess Charlotte and brother Prince Louis), so it's super exciting for us when they do – which is partly why ITV's new documentary, Prince William: A Planet For Us All, was such a treat to watch. The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, also makes several appearances too.
The programme, which was created by Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, to raise awareness and encourage action to be taken against environmental issues, saw a whole host of faces join in alongside the Duke's. None other than presenter and conservator David Attenborough was on hand to discuss animal extinction, as well as the adorable royal children.
During one clip of footage, the youngsters were seen playing in a garden together. In another, future king Prince George, 7, enjoyed a spot of digging and younger sister Charlotte, 5, was shown getting stuck into a spot of gardening, helping to pot a plant. Louis, 2, the baby of the family, was seen having a top time playing in the sand – the littlest one had a blue bucket in tow and wore a sweet nautical stripe top. Too cute!
Naturally, viewers of the show were over the moon to have been able to see the trio having fun, as well as following William's work and learning a lot about how to help protect the planet.
After the programme aired, viewers quickly jumped on Twitter to share their delight in being able to see the Cambridge children, as well as heap praise on William for doing the important topics justice. One also pointed out that Prince Charles and Princess Diana's eldest son even has a geography degree, writing, "What qualifications does Prince William have to talk about climate change and on the topic of Nature and wildlife? A 2:1 degree in Geography which included modules on climate change. He graduated in 2005 from the University of St Andrews."
Others shared still images of the videos of George, Charlotte and Louis that had been featured. One social media user, @acupofanna, said, "I love how much we’ve gotten to see the Cambridge babies recently! #APlanetForUsAll."
As part of promotion for the documentary, royal fans were also able to hear Prince Louis speak for the first time ever, as he and his two siblings asked David Attenborough a series of questions. The Cambridges shared this on their official Instagram account, @KensingtonRoyal.
The hourlong programme is available to watch on ITV Player now.
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