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Prince William marked his 36th birthday on June 21 in the most royal way possible: by heading out on a royal engagement. During this engagement, Prince William revealed he got "street cred" from Prince George in the most adorable speech ever, as Entertainment Tonight noted.
On his birthday, the Duke of Cambridge attended the handover of the Defence and National Rehab Centre (DNRC), an organization that he’s been the patron of for four years now. To celebrate the opening of the new center, the Prince gave a speech about the project and how it came to be. During his speech, he explained just how his work with the DNRC helped him become the "cool dad" in the eyes of his eldest son. He said, as he described what went into creating the new centre,
While William is a prince and a future king, which are, you know, both roles that aren’t too shabby, it’s cute that it took him demolishing a building to get some more "street cred" from his son.
By all accounts, it seems as though William has a lovely relationship with George (any street cred aside). A December 2017 report from Us Weekly even said as much, as one source told the publication that the father and son’s relationship is so great. According to the source, "George is very close with his father."
They went on to say that the two have some amazingly deep conversations, especially considering the fact that George is only a 4-year-old. "William says they have surprisingly deep conversations these days and his view of the world is absolutely fascinating to him," the source claimed, "Not so long ago William said something like, ‘I never thought I’d see the day when George is talking to me about the value of sharing or the importance of happiness. He’s a bright boy!’”
Even if they didn’t already have such an amazing relationship, it sounds like the two Princes can find some common ground in William’s super cool royal duties.
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