Prince William will teach Prince George to always call 999 in an emergency after meeting a girl who saved her mum's life by doing so.
The 35-year-old royal had a chat with five-year-old Suzie McCash at the Pride of Britain Awards at Grosvenor Hotel in London on Monday night (30.10.17), and told the youngster her actions were "really important" and that he will educate his son to do the same if ever faced with a similar situation.
William - who also has two-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte with wife Duchess Catherine - said: "I have a four-year-old called George and if I gave him a telephone I do not know what he would do.
"And do you know what I'm going to have a conversation with my George about what to do because of what you've done.
"It's really important."
Suzie was just four years old when she rang 999 and explained her mother's symptoms over the phone after her mum had collapsed and stop breathing.
Following her brave actions, the youngster was given the Child of Courage prize at the ceremony.
Moin Younis, 17, took home the Teenage Child of Courage award and enjoyed chatting to William about their shared love of football giants Aston Villa and their opinions on the current side.
The teenager - who has a rare condition which causes his skin to blister at the slightest touch - is quoted by the Birmingham Mail as saying: "We talked about our love of the Villa,
"We shared our thoughts about the current team and our hopes for the end of the season."
Moin also described the Duke of Cambridge as "one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet".