Kate and Prince William’s three children each asked the 94-year-old broadcaster a question in the sweet clip recorded at Kensington Palace in August. Two-year-old Louis delighted royal fans as he asked the national treasure what animal he likes best.
Commenting on Twitter, one royal fan gushed: “Oh my word, this was so sweet, our first time properly hearing little Prince Louis.”
Another wrote: “The Cambridge children are so adorable and clever. Louis is only over 2 years old and he speaks so well. Lovely kidos.”
A third added: “How lovely. I have to give the top kudos to Louis with his ‘amamals’. Very composed for a two year old.
“The Duke and Duchess should be very proud of their children, very unaffected and a delight to watch.
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Two-year-old Louis delighted royal fans as he asked the national treasure what animal he likes best
“Great responses by Sir David as well. Much needed Saturday treat.”
Another said: “Oh my…this is my first time to see them talking… ‘What AMIMAL do you like’ made me melt.
“Thank you Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for sharing such a lovely video to the world!”
A fifth commented: “Awwwww look at little Louis all of them are adorable and growing so fast!!”
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In the video, little Louis confidently asked Sir David which animal he likes best
An Instagram user added: “This is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen! Louis saying AMIMAL.”
One more said: “I wasn’t ready for this cuteness! And the children are so grown! Look at Louis trying to pronounce ‘animal’. You’ve made my day.”
In the video, little Louis confidently asked Sir David which animal he likes best.
The naturalist replied: “I think I like monkeys best, because they’re such fun. They can jump all over the place, and they don’t bite, at least… some do, but if you’re a bit careful they don’t bite.
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The Cambridge children met the 94-year-old earlier this week at Kensington Palace when he joined William to watch his latest environmental documentary
“And they’re so funny, and I like them a lot. Mind you, you can’t have monkeys sitting around the home because that’s not where they live, they live out in the forest.”
Sir David added that if he had to pick between getting a puppy and a kitten as a pet, he would choose a puppy.
Charlotte, five, revealed she likes spiders and asked the broadcaster if he does.
Sir David said: “I love spiders, I’m so glad you like them. I think they’re wonderful things.
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“Why is it that people are so frightened of them? I think it’s because they’ve actually got eight legs, which are much more than us, and if you’ve got eight legs you can move in any direction, so you can never be quite sure which way that spider’s going to go.
“He could go this way or that way… so people don’t like them, and they don’t like their hairy legs either.
“But spiders are so clever. Have you ever watched one trying to build it’s web? That is extraordinary.
“How does it make a circular web like that attached to trees at either side or bits of vegetation? How do they do it? Try and watch and see how they do it, it’s marvellous.”
Seven-year-old George quizzed the 94-year-old on which animal he thinks will become extinct next.
The broadcaster replied: “Well let’s hope there won’t be any, because there are a lot of things we can do when animals are in danger of extinction. We can protect them.”
Sir David told George how around 40 years ago there were only 250 mountain gorillas left in the centre of Africa but their numbers have now increased to more than 1,000.
The video comes after the Cambridge children met the 94-year-old earlier this week at Kensington Palace when he joined William to watch his latest environmental documentary.
Sir David gave George a fossilised giant shark’s tooth as a gift during the meeting.