Prince William has revealed that his oldest son, two-year-old Prince George, has learned what Christmas is all about. The royal couple expect their toddler to be "extremely bouncy" about the upcoming holiday season.
"I think George will be extremely bouncy this year because he's suddenly worked out what Christmas is all about," William said during an interview with the ITV's Big Issue. "So that will be two children, one who suddenly appreciates Christmas, which could be quite challenging. But I'm looking forward to it."
The royal couple added another baby to their growing family earlier in 2015 with the arrival of Princess Charlotte. "It's a very different experience at Christmas, having a family of your own," William admitted during his interview. The prince also revealed that the royal family will spend Christmas Day attending church in the morning before watching George "try to tackle his presents as he tries to unwrap them".
During the royal couple's recent trip to North Wales, Kate Middleton revealed that George "will be starting to talk about Christmas soon." The royal children can at least expect some early presents before the holidays after their mother received knitted woolen sheep to pass along to them.
Kate also revealed during that trip that her son and his 6-month-old sister were getting along well. "Charlotte is getting bigger and getting on well with her noisy big brother," the royal mom said.