AS HEIR to the throne, Prince George is likely in no shortage when it comes to his snack options.
However, the six-year-old picked a rather unusual treat when he ate an ant during the Cambridges’ family trip to a charity sailing regatta last week.
Adventurer Bear Grylls had skippered the winning boat for wildlife conservation charity Tusk, and revealed George’s unusual snack.
Collecting the trophy on behalf of his team, Bear said: “And also Prince George, your first ant you ate today. And that is a great moment. Well done you.”
George’s parents Prince William and Kate Middleton appeared to see funny side as they were pictured laughing on stage following Bear’s revelation.
It seems that the Cambridge children were in a rather mischievous mood during Thursday's regatta with Princess Charlotte pictured sticking her tongue out that same day.
In an adorable video, the Duchess of Cambridge, 37, encourages her four-year-old tot to wave at onlookers in Cowes, Isle of Wight – but the princess had other ideas.
The video, uploaded by InStyleMagazine, included the caption: “Just when you thought it couldn't get any cuter than the Princess wave. Kate's reaction is absolutely priceless.”
The royal kids looked right at home on the yachts yesterday, accompanied by grandparents Michael and Carole Middleton, as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge renewed their sporting rivalry.
Competitive Kate, 37, donned shorts to show off her athletic legs for yesterday's race – skippering a sailing boat against Prince William, also 37, for the regatta off the Isle of Wight.
But in the end it was TV adventurer Bear Grylls who took the King’s Cup, first presented by King George V.
Prince William came third while Kate was seventh – second to last.
Thursday's event was in the name of charity, with the yachts representing causes close to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's hearts.
In other royal news, we revealed how Kate asked her friends to start calling her Catherine two years before Prince William proposed.
Plus the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are "delaying their Balmoral trip" to avoid seeing Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, an expert has claimed.
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