Prince William has admitted to some school children that his two eldest kids, Prince George, 7, and Princess Charlotte, 5, are "as cheeky as each other."

The Duke of Cambridge gamely answered questions about his family during his visit to a school garden for the documentary Prince William: A Planet for Us All.  William was talking to the students about the importance of insects to the environment but some of the kids got curious about a few personal things so they asked the royal about Charlotte and George.

The royal dad also admitted that his children and his wife, Kate Middleton, are quite good at the floss dance. William shared that Charlotte has "mastered" the floss dance at four-years-old. He warned, however, that he shouldn't be filmed floss dancing because it will be "really horrible" for anyone to see.

ITV released Prince William: A Planet for Us All in October 2020 in the United Kingdom, where a crew followed the Duke of Cambridge for two years as he worked on his causes about the environment. In early January 2021, the documentary finally dropped at the Discovery+ streaming service for viewing in other countries.

William revealed in the documentary that his children have inspired him to campaign for the conservation of the planet's natural resources as the climate change crisis is escalating. He said that his outlook about the future changed since it's the children who will inherit what's left of the earth.

Meanwhile, George, Charlotte, and their youngest, Prince Louis, 2, have returned with their parents to Anmer Hall in the Norfolk countryside since the Christmas holidays. School in London has been closed as the United Kingdom is currently on its third lockdown.

Around this time of the year, the Cambridges usually enjoy a trip to the Swiss alps and relish in the cold snowy weather. With travels at a halt, the Cambridges most likely took advantage of the snowy day in Norfolk over the weekend. According to Hello!, Anmer Hall has plenty of space for George, Charlotte and Louis to build a snowman or have a snowball fight.

Sources said that William and Kate aren't in a hurry to return to London even as the lockdown rules will be relaxed soon. The couple has been embracing the chance to isolate in Anmer Hall since they were able to do many things and make memories together as a family.

But if school resumes for George and Charlotte, then William and Kate will have to drive back their family to Kensington Palace. Louis, on the other hand, was supposed to start nursery this January but the pandemic postponed the plan.