Prince William's son Prince George is very "noisy".
The Duke of Cambridge revealed his eldest child likes to "charge around the place" and enjoys stickers and dinosaurs as he visited patients in the Children's Wing of the Royal Marsden Hospital in London on Tuesday (16.05.17).
Stephanie Gillard, the mother of 11-year-old patient Zak, said: "He said George was noisy and charging around the place."
And during a meeting with three-year-old leukaemia sufferer Charlie Miller, he told the young boy: "Very impressive gluing. George likes doing his stickers. He is big into his stickers. He likes dinosaurs. Do you like dinosaurs, Charlie?"
However, he was met with silence when he met six-year-old Sebastian Gamble-Banas, who also has leukaemia, as he was more interested in playing Star Wars on his Nintendo than chatting with the royal.
Sebastian's mother told him: "Sebastian, when people are talking to you, what do you do?"
But William replied: "I have exactly the same thing with George. He's engrossed."
Meanwhile, Prince George, three, and his younger sister Princess Charlotte, two, are said to have both recently started learning how to ride a bike.
Professional cyclist Frank Schleck, who spoke to the Duchess at a cycling festival in Luxembourg last week, said: "We talked about how they [children] really appreciate riding a bike. For kids, it's great because they can exercise and - as long as it's safe - go to school without their parents. She said their kids have bikes and that they're always excited about trying to ride."