Prince Charles shows Prince George how to mix up his Christmas pudding

Prince Charles shows Prince George how to mix up his Christmas pudding

- Prince George, the eldest child of Prince William, was seen in lovely video with Queen Elizabeth and Prince of Wale as he prepare Christmas pudding

- During the pudding preparation, his father adds what seemed like fruits into his bowl as he slaps at the mix

- Everyone around laughed at the boy's cute way of mixing as camera lights flashed at every moment of the video

Prince George, aged 6, is shown in a latest video as he happily stirred Christmas pudding as the Queen, Prince of Wale watched. His father, the Duke of Cambridge helped his son to mix it.

In the video, the duke could be seen adding what seems to be fruits into the bowl as his son mixed the condiments on to make sure they are well blended, Daily Mail reports.

Prince George slapped at the mixing with his spatula as his grandfather, Charles laughed at his attempt.

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According to Daily Mail, the video will be featured in the Queen official message as she broadcast her Christmas message to the world.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Christians around the world gathered to watch Pope Francis as he led the Christmas Eve mass in St Peter’s Basilica.

During the procession, Pope told believers that God loves everyone irrespective of who they are. The choir at St Peter’s sang the popular Christmas hymn, The First Noel.

The Pope also unveiled a new statue of baby Jesus in a nativity scene at the foot of the altar, as he told everyone that the birth of Jesus is a reminder that Christ loves all.

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“God does not love you because you think and act the right way. You may have mistaken ideas, you may have made a complete mess of things, but the Lord continues to love you,” he said.

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Pope Francis also asked the faithful to stop trying to change others as they allow themselves to be transformed by Jesus.

“May we not wait for our neighbors to be good before we do good to them, for the church to be perfect before we love her, for others to respect us before we serve them. Let us begin with ourselves,” he said.

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