Prince William in adorable confession about George, Charlotte and Louis – ‘What they want’

Prince William 'modeling himself' on the Queen says experts

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Prince William recently responded candidly to a few questions from young patients of The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust. One festive query was focused on what the Duke of Cambridge wants for Christmas.

But the Duke confessed he hasn’t had “much of time” yet to consider what he wants for himself because he has been focusing his attention on his three children’s presents.

Appearing Radio Marsden, William said: “That’s a brilliant question, but I’ve not had much time to think about it because I’ve been thinking about my children and what they want for Christmas.”

However, the Duke did have a Christmas wish to share with his young interviewer.

He said: “But if I had to choose right now, then I would say I want my favourite team which is Aston Villa to win their football match on Boxing Day.”

During his radio appearance, William also shared how his Christmas has changed since he became a father.

Asked if there was one aspect of Christmas he couldn’t live without, the Duke of Cambridge mentioned food.

However, he also added: “But I think generally for me bringing the family together at Christmas time is always lovely because we’re quite spread out doing our things a lot of the time during the year, and so we get very few moments to come together.”

He continued: “And when I see my children meet up with my cousins’ children, and they all have a wonderful time playing together, it’s very special.

“So I look forward to that a lot and obviously Christmas is a new dynamic when you have children, suddenly it’s a whole different ball game when you have the noise and excitement, so I’m enjoying the new version of Christmas in my life.”

During his appearance on Radio Marsden, William was also interviewed by Barry Alston.

Voicing once again his admiration for frontline workers, during his chat the Duke celebrated the passion and commitment of hospital staff.

Radio Marsden is the volunteer-run hospital radio station broadcasting to the Royal Marsden Hospitals in London 24 hours a day.

Royal Marsden is particularly close to the Duke’s heart, who has been its president since 2007.

The position had been previously held by his late mother, Princess Diana.

The Duke last visited in person one of the Royal Marsden hospitals in October 2020, when he marked the construction for the Trust’s Oak Cancer Centre in Sutton.

William discussed Christmas presents and celebrations as a royal source revealed the Queen had scrapped plans to hold her pre-Christmas lunch next week at Windsor Castle amid a steep rise of Covid infections.

A senior palace source said on Thursday: “The pre-Christmas family lunch will not be going ahead.

“The decision is a precautionary one as it is felt to put too many people’s Christmas arrangements at risk if it went ahead.

“While there is regret that it is cancelled, there is a belief it is the right thing to do for all concerned.”

The last time the Queen held her annual pre-Christmas lunch was in 2019 at Buckingham Palace.

This lunch is usually open to extended family, even members who don’t normally make it to Sandringham.

While this party has been cancelled, the monarch is still hoping to be able to host her close family at Sandringham this year.

However, she is expected to take advice in the coming days as to whether it will be safe to do leave her home in Windsor and have guests in Norfolk.

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