The Duke of Cambridge Prince William has shared an unexpected similarity between Prince George and his late mother Princess Diana. While chatting BBC teen personality Junior Frood, the royal revealed that his son is currently interested in dancing and may have inherited the passion from his grandmother. How sweet.
William proudly shared: “George is doing dance as well, he loves it. My mother always used to dance, loved dance. If it's something you love, you do what you love and it's very important, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. You keep at it."
The Duke previously told People that three-year-old Princess Charlotte also inherited a love of dancing - Kate Middleton added that Charlotte is “loving” attending classes.
Princess Diana’s passion for dancing is well documented - she memorably danced to a song from Saturday Night Fever with actor John Travolta at President Reagan's White House Gala in 1985.
When she was a young girl Diana wanted to be a professional ballerina, however, was too tall to follow her dreams.
Anne Allan, the late royal's ballet teacher, opened up to The Sun in 2017 about her time training Lady Di.
“She had dance in her soul. I realized the pure enjoyment that it gave her. She loved the freeness of being able to move and dance... I could see it helped to alleviate her emotional life," Allan said.
This article originally appeared on InStyle.