Prince George visits Natural History Museum ‘quite often’

Britain’s Prince George’s favourite day out is at London’s Natural History Museum.
The two-year-old tot – who turns three on July 22 – is believed to be a massive dinosaur fan and visits on a regular basis with his parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and his sister Princess Charlotte.
Duchess Catherine, 34, met with representatives of various museums who have been entered to win £100,000 from the Art Fund and she told Nicky Wilson from Jupiter Artland in West Lothian about their regular trips to the landmark.
Nicky told HELLO! magazine: “The Duchess said Geroge comes here a lot. We were talking about children interacting with sculpture and contemporary art and he loves doing that.
“He loves 3D three-dimensional sculptures. He does come here [Natural History Museum] quite often.”
While on her visit Catherine was introduced to Caroline Smith from the Bethlem Musem of Mind in London and they engaged in conversation about how the museum helps to break down people’s understanding of mental health as the Duchess is a patron of mental health charity Place2Be.
Of their meeting, Caroline said: “We talked about how our museum is on site and we use the collections to challenge people’s perceptions of mental health which is a cause very close to her heart.”