Prince George Was in His School's Nativity Play -- His Role Was Just OMG

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Do the duke and duchess have a budding actor in the family? While visiting children at BBC's Bridge House on Wednesday, Prince William revealed that Prince George had a small role in his school's nativity play recently. The part little George played? A sheep!

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  • During William and Kate's visit, the proud dad spoke about his son's semi-starring role. And it sounds adorable.

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    "I went to my boy's nativity play," William said, according to Us Weekly. “It was funny. He was a sheep.” 

    As most of the world knows, George started attending preschool at Thomas's Battersea in London this past September. He looked a little nervous on his first day (a new place and a zillion flashing cameras will do that to a 4-year-old), but from the sound of things, he's adjusted just fine. 

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  • Nativity plays aren't the only way the Cambridges are getting into the holiday spirit. During a recent trip to Finland, Prince William met with the Big Guy himself in order to pass George's Christmas list along.

    Handing Santa a handwritten letter from George, where "nice" and not "naughty" was circled, William relayed that his son wants a "police car" for Christmas

    "I’ve seen you and I had to give you this letter," William told Santa after handing him George's note. "He hasn’t written down many requests, so I think one request is probably OK."

  • Something tells us Father Christmas is going to come through on George's request.

    And if George really is nice as he claims, Santa may even throw in a few extras. 

  • Happy Christmas, George!