Prince William Reveals Prince George May Already Have His Dream Job

Prince George William and Princess Charlotte

We really hope Prince George received that police auto he requested from a Finnish Father Christmas last year, as the Duke of Cambridge has revealed the four-year-old's fascination with officers of the law is still going strong.

"We are recruiting, actually so if George and Charlotte are keen?"

Prince William laughed and replied: "He is obsessed, actually, by the police....cars, toys, everything".

Prince William may have just hinted on his son Prince George's future. But there's nothing wrong with having dreams.

Last year, while on a visit to Denmark, the Duke of Cambridge hand-delivered Prince George's Christmas wish list to Santa.

During an event at Kensington Palace celebrating men and women who work at New Scotland Yard earlier this week, Police commissioner Jayne Richardson told William that there are more officers needed in the capital. One victor included PC Philip Stone, who was awarded Police Officer of the Year for his work with the Grenfell fire and the Manchester Arena bombing. Talking to Met Police officers and staff yesterday, Prince William divulged that four-year-old Prince George "is obsessed" by the police.

While speaking with Express UK, Richardson also detailed the conversation she had with Prince William.

Despite the fact that Prince George has only just started school this year, and Princess Charlotte, who is two turning three, has only just started nursery, it seems that the two royal tots already have job offers to join the police, should they ever want to.

Prince George had circled that he had been "nice" this year, over "naughty".

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