As a member of the royal family, Prince William has a lot of philanthropies close to his heart, but one of his biggest hopes is that his children will one day carry on his legacy. During an interview with ITV News on Tuesday, William admitted that he would like to see Prince George and Princess Charlotte travel to Africa when they get older to work toward wildlife conservation. William has visited the continent on numerous occasions with his younger brother, Prince Harry, to stop the illegal wildlife trade. He also popped the question to the Duchess of Cambridge while the two were vacationing in Kenya in 2010.
"I would love for them to be interested in the subject and pursue the same sort of ideas and aims that I have," he said. But aside from talking about his son's shared interest in animals, William also gave a pretty vivid description of what he thinks his teen years might look like. "I can see George being a bit of a bum sometimes out in the conservation world with his bangles and his sandals." Honestly, it's hard to imagine George being anything but an adorable little toddler! Check out some of his cutest moments with William over the years.