Prince George has cemented his place in royal fans’ hearts with his tongue-in-cheek comments over the years.
The seven-year-old son of Prince William and Kate Middleton has made a string of one-liners on various occasions.
They include the times he met Sir David Attenborough and visits to countries such as Canada.
On one occasion, he stole fans’ hearts with his nickname for his dad – ‘Pops’, Hello! reported.
People reported that Kate told a royal fan in Leicester back in 2018 George had asked William, “Are you playing football tomorrow, Pops?”.
Another time in 2016, he offered to fly a plane in Canada.
He was invited into the cockpit of the seaplane in Victoria, British Columbia, and the pilot Shawn Stewart said Kate asked her son where he was going to fly them.
The pilot said George replied, “I'm going to fly us to England”.
He even reportedly called himself Archie on one occasion.
A dog walker is said to have bumped into George, his siblings and their grandmother Carole near the Middleton family home in 2019.
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The woman told the Sun she asked George what his name was, even though she knew it.
She said: "To my astonishment, he said 'I'm called Archie' with a big smile on his face.
“I don't know why he calls himself Archie but kids often play with their names and I think it's lovely."
Another time he made a remark was when he met Sir David Attenborough at Kensington Palace.
The famous broadcaster and naturalist visited for a private viewing of his documentary, A Life On Our Planet.
He gave Prince George a fossilised giant tooth from an extinct shark during the meeting in the palace’s gardens.
Sir David later said George asked him, “What it was? How big it was?”
He said the youngster was “certainly very interested”.
And George also made a remark while watching the Red Arrows fly past in 2016 at RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire.
He was taken up the ladder of one of the planes by his dad and got to sit in the cockpit, Hello reported.
The youngster asked his mum, ”Mummy, can I fly the Red Arrow now?”
Prince William replied: "Not right now."
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