Apparently, the father of three really wants his kids to grow up to be famous sports stars. On Sunday, Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton had the opportunity to shake hands with tennis player Novak Djokovic following his Wimbledon victory.
Considering that the couple is a big fan of the sport, as well as of soccer, are we really surprised they are planning on getting their kids to play as well?
In a clip posted on Wimbledon’s official Insta account, Djokovic who is also a dad of two asked the royal couple about their own offspring’s wellbeing.
‘Very well, thanks, very well. Trying to get a tennis racket in their hands – and a football!’ Williams replied.
As some may be aware, William and Kate welcomed, back in April, their third bundle of joy, a baby boy they named Louis.
And while the baby is obviously way too young to start learning the sports, their other two children Princess Charlotte, 3 and Prince George, 4 might be old enough to play a bit and develop some skills for later.
But the reality is that what he dreams for his kids, may not be what they want to become.
William said that his older boy is actually completely taken with the idea of becoming a police officer when he grows up and is not really interested in any sports for now.
That being said, while at The Met Excellence Awards in March, Police Constable Jayne Richardson acknowledged the little boy’s passion for the profession and jokingly told the father that they are looking for new officers to join the Met.
‘He is obsessed, actually, by the police. The …. cars, toys, everything,’ William noted.