Prince William shares adorable unseen photos of ‘cheeky’ kids in new documentary

Prince William has shared three new adorable pictures of the "cheeky" Cambridge children for a new ITV conservation documentary.

The documentary, which aired on Monday night showed Prince Louis, two, Princess Charlotte, five and Prince George, seven, helping out outdoors.

Titled "Prince William: A Planet For Us All," the two-hour documentary followed the prince for two years as he embarked on a global mission to mobilise action for the natural world, reports Mail Online.

Adorable images show Prince Louis playing in the sand dressed in a striped T-shirt with a bucket.

Another photo showed Princess Charlotte wearing wellington boots and watering the plants.

The Duke of Cambridge described George and Charlotte as "very cheeky" and "as cheeky as each other" while being interviewed.

"They're about as cheeky as each other, they are very cheeky. Charlotte can floss, she can already floss at four," he said, referring to the viral dance.

Prince William also shared his view on family bonds when he worked on protecting the environment for the next generation.

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The Duke of Cambridge visited Africa as he filmed for an ITV documentary in "search for ways to protect the natural world".

ITV's documentary sees the royal family member describing his "new outlook" as he revisits Tanzania as part of a rhino conservation project.

He said: "Now I've got George, Charlotte and now Louis, in my life, your outlook does change.

"That's why I had to do something because by the time my children are 20, and the rate the poaching is at, there may not have any rhino in the world.

"They are a prehistoric, odd-looking creature. When you get to see their characters, and you get to see the family bond they have for their mum, it does make you feel like you are watching a close family unit.

In the clip, the Duke feeds a carrot to a rhino called Deborah as he talks about the dangers of poaching.

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