Prince George
Prince William revealed Prince George's favorite movie. Pictured: Prince George arrives for his first day of school at Thomas's school in southwest London on Sept. 7, 2017. Getty Images/Richard Pohle

Prince George is a king in the making and it looks like he's already learning some lessons on how to be a ruler from Disney.

On Monday, Prince William was on board a Belmond British Pullman train for a Charities Forum event. During the gathering, the Duke of Cambridge opened up about his son Prince George's favorite movies and TV shows. "He quite likes 'The Lion King.' He's watched that a few times" Prince William said (via E! News).

In addition, the tot apparently also loves BBC's "The Octonauts" and is a huge fan of the Lego movies. "He has watched a few Lego movies as well," Prince William added (via People).

Kate Middleton's husband also confessed that just like other kids, it is difficult to keep Prince George away from the TV. "Trying to keep him off the television is hard work," Prince William said.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge made her second public appearance since the announcement of her third pregnancy during the same event. Middleton also debuted her new hairstyle, showing off her shorter hair and bouncy curls. The pregnant royal was in good spirits when she graced the gathering, showing no sign that she is still suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum or severe morning sickness.

Middleton reportedly even danced with Paddington Bear at the Paddington Station in London. The Duchess of Cambridge was all smiles as Paddington Bear twirled her around, while husband Prince William laughed and watched them from the side.

Sources close to Middleton previously said that the worst of her condition was already behind them. When Kensington Palace announced that she was expecting for the third time, they also explained that she is suffering from severe morning sickness. The condition kept the royal mom from fulfilling her royal duties. She was forced to skip her royal engagements on the day of the announcement and even missed Prince George's first day of school. Fortunately, those days seem to be indeed behind her.

"She has such a rotten time during this early month," a source told E! News. "But she's out of the woods now and doing well."

In related news, Middleton and Prince William reportedly want Prince George to attend a co-ed school after his primary years in Thomas's Battersea. Many believe that the royal tot will eventually attend Brighton College as it is the most popular choice of senior education for those who are attending Prince George's current school.