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HE'S A LITTLE MONKEY
At least, according to his dad, Prince William.
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HE DOESN'T LIKE TO PLAY ROUGH
During a reception for England's women's soccer (football) team, William shared that he's teaching George to play the sport — but he doesn't like it when things get rough. "He said at the moment he’s trying to teach George that football is actually a contact sport," player Casey Stoney said. "But George doesn’t really like it when he’s palming him off and getting physical."
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AND HE'S GOT A NAUGHTY SIDE
When Prince William and Princess Kate headed to India and Bhutan for an official visit this spring, they left their two children at home. Why? Prince George was deemed "too naughty" by his mom. "He would be running all over the place," Kate reportedly said.
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HE LOVES PLANES …
George made his second appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony for Trooping the Colour this year, and Princess Kate said that the event was the highlight of his young life: "I've honestly never seen him so excited," she said. "His face lit up." Makes sense, as George's first official engagement at home was an air show!
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What else can bring out this face in the little prince?
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… AND GOING FAST ON HIS SCOOTER
His dad loves his motorcycle, and Prince George has his scooter! Princess Kate said that George loves to go "super fast" on his scooter – so much so that his parents can barely keep up with him!
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BUT HE STILL HAS FEARS
He may be a daredevil on his scooter, but George still gets nervous sometimes. Case in point? When Kate visited a new playground, equipped with a 25-ft.-tall dragon, she told the visiting children that George would be "a bit scared."
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He's just turning 3, but Prince George has already started school – and is on his way to straight A's. A royal cousin told PEOPLE that George is a clever child and was speaking before many other children his age.
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He was speaking early, so that means George has had lots of practice toward becoming a full-blown chatterbox! During a visit to North Wales, Princess Kate said that her son was "noisy."
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HE'S GOT SOME SERIOUS STYLE
We know he loves knee socks and hand-me-downs, but over the past year, Prince George has proven that he's got a knack for fashion at all hours of the day … even at bedtime. When meeting President Obama and the first lady at home at Kensington Palace, George wore a matching pajama and robe set, plus velvet slippers. Oh, and his robe had his name on it. If that's not style, what is?
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HIS WALK RUNS IN THE FAMILY
In a preview for the documentary Elizabeth at 90 – A Family Tribute, William and Prince Harry watched clips of family movies from their father's childhood, and Harry remarked that young Prince Charles walks "just like George." William added that his son's walk is "purposeful."
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HE DOESN'T KNOW HE'LL BE KING
If George seems like a happy, carefree child unaware of what his future holds, it's because he truly is. "There'll be a time and a place to bring George up and understand how he fits in, in the world," William said. "We are very normal." Well, except for that whole palace thing.
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