Prince George and Prince William bond over their interest of film.
The four-year-old royal's father is President of the BAFTA Awards and attended the annual ceremony at London's Royal Albert Hall on Sunday (18.02.18) with his wife Duchess Catherine, who spoke about the pair's bonding sessions in front of the TV.
According to the Daily Express, Catherine was overheard speaking to the director of Disney's 'Coco', Lee Unkrich, saying: "I'm desperate to see it. Lots of girlfriends have been to see it with their kiddies and been really impressed with it.
"They [George and William] are just getting into films now, George is four-and-a-half. 'Paddington' is definitely up there, and so is 'Coco' now.
"It's great obviously because of William's interest in film, it's great to have that father-son thing."
And it's not just movies George is a fan of as he is also addicted to TV shows too.
William and Catherine revealed in October, that the youngster relishes spending time in front of the screen at home, where he watches the kid's series 'The Octonauts', as well as 'The Lion King' and the 'Lego' movies.
During a conversation with a young boy - which has been posted on Twitter - William was asked about his son's hobbies, and he replied: "He quite likes 'The Lion King'. We've watched that a few times."
The Duke of Cambridge - who also has two-year-old Princess Charlotte with Catherine and is set to become a father for a third time in April - revealed that he and his wife are careful to ensure George doesn't spend too much time in front of the TV, though.
He added: "He's watched 'Octonauts'. Trying to keep him off the television is hard work."