New documentary, New Father, New Hope, gives us a fresh insight into the private lives of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge...and of course their new little addition, prince George.
In the documentary, William opens up about how he proposed to Kate, the stresses of fatherhood and his passion for conservation in Africa.
The 31 year-old prince admits he likes to relax by listening to the sound of newts, "it completely settles me down," he said in the documentary, "I've got hundreds of animals of my iPhone, so if I'm having a stressful day, I'll put a buffalo, a cricket, or a newt on and it takes me back instantly to the bush."
We'd probably opt for a run or a bit of yoga during our downtime, but then the African savannas have a very special place in William's heart.
"Its escaping to a kind of different world where I am just who I normally am anyway, and I can let that side, that sort of slightly immature, silly person come out a bit more than I normally do," he says.
So it's easy to see why Wills chose Kenya as the setting for the royal couple's engagement back in 2010, he confesses, "I didn't really plan it that far in advance, like I just knew I wanted it to feel comfortable where I did it and I wanted it to mean something, other than just the act of getting engaged."
Wills also talks about how being a dad to little George has changed his perspective and made him more emotional, "Suddenly you start thinking of like, wow, there is stuff you want to safeguard for the future. I've always believed it, but to actually really feel it as well." Bless.
The documentary also has some exclusive footage of the couple's first outing after the birth of their son, but in the meantime take a look at the royal photo album so far...
The documentary Prince William's Passion: New Father, New Hope, is on ITV, this Sunday at 6pm.
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