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Prince William “loves playing ‘Monopoly'” with his family.

The 39-year-old royal and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, enjoy playing both the property game and the strategy game ‘Risk’ with their children, Princes George and Louis, eight and three, and Princess Charlotte , six years old. , but admitted that they are not all good losers.

He said: “We play board games a lot with the kids. We love playing Monopoly, it’s a good game… Some people get mad when they lose.”

William admitted that Christmas has changed since he had children of his own and he loves seeing his offspring spending time with his own cousins’ children during the festive season.

Speaking to the Royal Marsden London’s Hospital radio station in an interview recorded at Kensington Palace, he said: “I think usually for me getting the family together at Christmas is always nice because we’re pretty scattered to do our things a lot of time throughout the year.

“And so we have very little time together. And when I see my kids meet some of my cousins’ kids and they’ll have a wonderful time playing together, it’s very special.

“So I’m looking forward to that. And also Christmas is a new dynamic now that we have kids. Suddenly it’s a whole different ballgame of noise and excitement. So now I’m enjoying the new version Christmas in my life.”

William hopes to find time to ice skate over Christmas, even though he’s “not very good” at it.

Answering questions from young patients at the hospital, he said to one youngster, “I like ice skating. I’m not very good. I bet you are better than me.

“My fingers are all over the place. I look like a deer on the ice. It’s really not very pretty. But I like my skating.”

The prince named ‘Elf’ his favorite party movie, but admitted he had never heard of the Elf on a Shelf tradition which has been popularized in recent years and sees a small character alternately causing mischief and bringing treats to a household in December.

He admitted, “I don’t know what Elf on a shelf is.”

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