Prince George making Christmas pudding with Prince William, Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth. (Source: kensingtonroyal/Instagram)
Prince George, Kate Middleton and Prince William's son, is already picking up Christmas traditions of the royal family. He was recently clicked making Christmas pudding inside Buckingham Palace with his father, Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth.
The royals were preparing the pudding as part of its initiative to support a charity named the Royal British Legion.
In the picture clicked by royal photographer Chris Jackson, the little royal prince was seen stirring a mixture for pudding in a bowl. Not just Prince George, even the other three royal members are seen making pudding in their respective bowls.
Why children should learn to cook
Looks like Prince George is already getting a feel of culinary art. Introducing children to cooking is not just about teaching them a life skill but it also has other benefits. It also helps them learn basic measurements in the form of assessing the quantity of ingredients. It teaches them to be calm and patient and boosts creativity.
Through cooking, children learn to adopt healthy food habits. It also gives them the opportunity to spend quality time with the family as they help you in preparing a dish.