Prince William makes adorable comment about daughter Princess Charlotte in rare Q&A

Prince William made an adorable reference to his daughter Princess Charlotte as he took to his Instagram story on Friday morning to answer his followers' questions about his life outside of being a Royal.

This was all in promotion ofEarthshot, a global environmental prize, which will be given out on October 17th to several shortlisted candidates who have committed themselves to progressive environmental work.

In a question not so relevant to Earthshot, the Duke of Cambridge, 39, was asked: “Are unicorns real?”

And in response he gave followers a glimpse into his life as a dad.

He chuckled when reading the question before responding: “Well, I think if you talked to my daughter she’d say they were real.”

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He cheekily continued: “Obviously it’s a trade secret so I can’t possibly comment.”

As part of the Q&A the Prince also delighted Royal fans with language skills as he chats in Spanish.

"Do you speak Spanish?" one of the questions sent to Prince William read.

“Sí, un poquito,” the Duke responded – which translates in to: "Yes a little" – perhaps modestly, after replying in the European language ever so smoothly.

Inspired from travelling the world seeing people making positive changes to the planet, Prince William mentioned that he wished to give them a platform to highlight their work.

Referring to his global trotting duties, one follower said, "Come to Brazil", to which the Duke responded, “I’d love to come to Brazil.

“I’ve been longing to come down there for years. It gives me a good excuse now to pop in and see Dani Alves my fellow prize council member whose been doing a fantastic job.”

Other questions mainly centred around the Royal’s latest project, what it signified and how he felt ahead of the event on Sunday.

“Earthshot has given me a lot of hope,” said the Duke of Cambridge.

“In putting all this together over the last 18 months, seeing everyone, meeting everyone and hearing these solutions. I do feel really hopeful that we can turn the tide, we can fix stuff.”


Launched by Prince William and David Attenborough in a bid to encourage work on saving the planet, this will be the first Earthshot awards ceremony, with plans for it to continue annually in different cities for the next 9 years.

“I think the most important thing about the prize is that the time is absolutely crucial,” said the Duke addressing the timing of the ceremony.

“We are on a ticking clock unfortunately and the next 10 years are critical.

“We’ve reached a threshold point where it's irreversible to bring ourselves back to what we currently have and better.”

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