He be may be the future king, but Prince George could have another occupation in mind.
The princes also met with Cadet of the Year, Nabil Laasid, 17, who lives close to Grenfell and lost a close friend in the fire.
Today, The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry met the inspirational winners of The Met Excellence Awards. The Awards took place last week and recognise @metpoliceuk officers, staff and volunteers for their work serving and protecting the public. pic.twitter.com/iDsDG0YlmW
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) March 13, 2018
He was nominated by his supervisor, PC Jayne Richardson, who in a lighter moment told William that the Kensington and Chelsea district were looking for more volunteers.
“We are recruiting , actually so if George and Charlotte are keen?” she joked.
William laughed and said his 4-year-old son would jump at the chance.
“He is obsessed, actually, by the police….cars, toys, everything,” he said.
George’s love of the police is well-documented. During a trip to Denmark last year, William hand-delivered a letter to Santa on behalf of George, who had written that he wanted a police car for Christmas.