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Prince William Said This Children’s Book Is ‘A Big Hit’ In His Home

Prince William Said This Children’s Book Is ‘A Big Hit’ In His Home

It looks like the littlest British royals have made room on their shelves for a children’s book about a monster.

On Monday, Prince William chatted with Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, the author and illustrator of the children’s book The Gruffalo, at a Tusk Trust event to raise awareness about rhino poaching.

When the prince and dad of three met the pair, who had designed a rhino statue for the event, he told them, “I know who you are. It’s a big hit in our household, The Gruffalo,” People reported.

The book was first published in 1999 and follows a mouse as he walks through the woods and invents a monster called the Gruffalo to scare off enemies ― only to discover that the Gruffalo is real. In an interview with Donaldson, The Independent explained that the story is based on a Chinese folktale.

Prince William has mentioned his family’s love for The Gruffalo before. In 2016, he told a group of schoolchildren that Prince George and Princess Charlotte enjoyed reading the book at home. It’s likely that Prince Louis, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third child, will be a fan, too.

While appearing at London’s Paddington station in October 2017, William answered a curious kid’s question about his son George’s favorite shows and movies. Apparently, the now 5-year-old prince watches the show “The Octonauts” and the movie “The Lion King.”

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