Papa Prince William has previously admitted that one-year-old son Prince George is a "busy" little boy, and now it seems that the soon-to-be father of two has found a way to keep track of his and Kate Middleton's bundle of joy in their massive Kensington Palace apartment!
While attending the 10th anniversary gala at the Imperial War Museum on Wednesday evening, the Duke of Cambridge was gifted a set of Christmas bells by a group of school children, and he came up with the perfect alternate use for the festive present.
"We'll put these in his [Prince George's] pockets," the 32-year-old royal joked. "Then we'll know where he is in the house!"
William, who serves as Royal Patron of Skillforce, was attending a charity dinner for the organization, which seeks to inspire young people to "achieve in school and succeed in life."
Looking dapper in a sharp black suit and bow tie, Kate Middleton's husband spoke to youngsters who have recently taken part in the SkillForce Junior Prince's Award, reportedly telling two 9-year-old children who were awarded the accolade, "You'll have to teach me dodgeball."
Meanwhile, Prince Harry also made headlines when he visited the RAF Honington in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk on Thursday, where he unexpectedly became a real-life hero—at least in the fashion sense.
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The 30-year-old royal came to the rescue of a pretty blond woman when her hat nearly blew away, swiftly grabbing the cap without missing a beat, before he handed it back to the woman while flashing a sweet smile.
Harry, who attended the engagement at the Royal Air Force station as part of his role as Honorary Air Commandant, also presented No. 26 Squadron with a historic flag, in addition to praising the special unit for its role in countering terrorism attacks in the U.K.
"This role is vital to UK defense and civil response capabilities; it is also highly valued by NATO," Harry said before expressing his admiration for the servicemen and women. "It is clear that every member of the squadron possesses the determination and professionalism to succeed, even in the most arduous of circumstances."