Prince George told his mum the Duchess of Cambridge she is ‘rubbish’ at this sport

As a mum-of-three, avid charity campaigner and - let's face it - future Queen of England, there's probably not much the Duchess of Cambridge isn't good at.

She's also known to be pretty sport, having regularly spoken of her love for swimming, tennis and running in the past.

And it seems hers and Prince William's have inherited the sporty gene from their mum. Prince George is a very active little five-year-old and he enjoys doing lots of sports.

His proud parents, Prince William and Catherine, have gushed in the past about their children’s talents in all things from football, tennis, skiing, horse riding, bike riding and even ballet.

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And it’s not just physical activities that the Cambridge children participate in too. They are said to love cooking, especially homemade pizzas, and they also like crafts.

But as with all children, it seems the little royals also have plenty of sass to keep their proud parents on their toes.

Last week Kate and William were in Northern Ireland when she opened up about feeling broody for baby number four, her adorable nickname for Charlotte and why Prince George has been giving her football tips.

While with a group of children at the Windsor Park football stadium, Kate joined in with a few of the dribbling drills as she always likes to be very hands-on.

She told the children she should be better as she plays a lot at home. Kate admitted: ‘I should have picked up some tips from George.’

But it seems like Kate still has a long way to go before her oldest son voluntarily picks her for his team in the park…

Kate said that George isn’t a fan of her skills and joked: ‘George says: “Mummy you’re too rubbish”.’

Ouch! Kids can be so cruel…

FROM: GoodToKnow, our sister site. Written by Jessica Ransom.

Jessica Ransom

Jessica is a Senior Food Writer at Future and is an enthusiastic, self-taught cook who adores eating out and sharing great food and drink with friends and family. She has completed the Level 1 Associate course at the Academy of Cheese and is continually building on her knowledge of beers, wines and spirits. 

Jessica writes food and drink related news stories and features, curates product pages, tests and reviews equipment and also develops recipes which she styles on food shoots. Some career highlights for Jessica include chatting to one of her favourite food writers and chefs Sabrina Ghayour for an interview in Country Homes and Interiors and having the opportunity to meet the legendary Michel Roux Jr. and Raymond Blanc.