We've all been embarrassed by our parents at one point or another in our lives and even five-year old Prince George can agree!
After their visit to the Evelina London Children's Hospital on Tuesday, Prince William and Duchess Catherine helped to prepare cards and gifts for the Passage Homeless Centre before their upcoming Christmas party.
Arts and crafts aren't Prince William's strong suit and even his cheeky son has let him know that!
While making a sign that read, "Welcome to Xmas Dinner" the Duchess of Cambridge reportedly raised an eyebrow and teased him for his lack lustre art skills.
"My son knows I'm useless at this," Prince William joked. "Catherine is the artsy one."
It's not the first time the Duke of Cambridge has praised his wife's creative abilities. When the couple met contemporary artist Dario Vargas, who asked the royal couple to try their hand at painting, William swiftly suggested Catherine to go first saying, "She's the arty one".
The Duchess of Cambridge, who studied art history at St Andrew's University in Scotland has shown her artistic flair in the past. For her sister Pippa's wedding to James Matthews, she reportedly sketched an image of the church that is shown on the order of service.
"I am a firm believer in the power of art to make a difference," the mother-of-three has previously admitted.
While his younger sister Princess Charlotte seems to be the more outgoing Cambridge child, Prince George has been known to have a cheeky side too.
Earlier this year on a royal engagement at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Duchess Catherine was shown a pencil drawing by photography pioneer, William Henry Fox Talbot. The Duchess was then told that Talbot blamed his poor drawing ability on the pencil, which inspired him to invent photography.
"She said, 'George would do that!' - that is blame the pencil, which was sweet," Martin Barnes, senior curator of photographs at the V&A said of their conversation afterwards.
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