Prince Williams Struggles Over Devastation With Prince George

There is a reason why seven-year-old Prince George is feeling rather disappointed at the moment

The Cambridge child is heartbroken after watching a particular video, Prince William reveals why George was extremely upset.

Scroll down to see why he feels so devastated…

Prince William reveals his devastation….

Which concerns his son George.

Some people have rather strong emotions regarding his reaction.

Fans’ hearts have gone out to both of them and it’s easy to see why.

The British Royal Family are one of the most well know families in the world.

More loved than the famous family of Kardashians.

Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge.

The couple are young and modern.

They certainly are Royal favourites.

In 2011, Will and Kate had their royal wedding.

They pair met while they were both students at university.

In 2001, William met Kate at the University of St Andrew’s in Scotland.

The couple dated on and off for a while.

The pair couldn’t keep their hands off each other, nine years later they eventually announced their engagement in 2010.

The whole world have followed the couple as they expand their family.

Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge arrived into the world in July 2013, which made him third in line to the throne of Great Britain.

Two years later Princess Charlotte came along.

In May 2015 Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana was born.

This young princess made royal history.

Princess Charlotte became the first female royal to retain her claim to the throne.

Prior to the Succession Crown Act 2013, when a boy was born it meant he would skip any daughters in the line of succession.

As tradition goes Prince Louis would normally have been second in the line to the throne over Charlotte.

Despite being a girl Princess Charlotte is no longer ruled out as she is fourth-in-line behind her older brother, Prince George.

It’s quiet noticeable that…

William and Kate are really setting standards.

Kate’s style is second to none since she married into the Royal Family.

It’s evident where the princess gets her fashion sense.

Father and son are almost like twins

Aren’t they just absolutely adorable.

William and Kate wed almost ten years ago.

Wow, their kids are growing up so quick.

One child in particular is finding it difficult to come to terms with a certain topic.

There is an explanation why.

The royal children have developed a passion for the environment.

As a result of David Attenborough recent video documantary.

Their three children are big followers of David Attenborough.

He featured in a video where he questioned Mr Attenborough on animal extinction.

The recent video from Attenborough’s have struck a chord with one child…

… Prince George.

Prince William shares his sons reaction to the video.

Having watched so many David Attenborough documentaries recently with my children, they absolutely love them, the most recent one—the extinction one—actually George and I had to turn it off, we got so sad about it halfway through,” William commented.

George was upset by what he saw on the documentary.

He said to me, ‘You know, I don’t want to watch this anymore.’

William elaborated further on the details.

[George asked]’Why has it come to this?’ And you know, he’s 7-years-old and he’s asking me these questions already. He really feels it, and I think 7-seven-year-old out there can relate to that.

Prince William feels it’s important to do something.

I really feel from an emotional point of view as well, I think every parent, everyone wants to do the best for their children, and I think we have to have a decade of change, a decade of repairing the planet so that we can hand it on to the next generation and future generations and sustain the prosperity for their lives too.

William attempts to make a change.

Watch the video below to understand the young prince’s perception.

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