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Prince William exclaimed that his three children were not going to believe this the fact that he was holding a snake during a visit to a petting zoo at Ulster University.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently on a mini tour of Northern Ireland, where they made a stop at the Kidz Farm during a tour of the Ulster University Magee Campus.

It was here that Prince William turned to his wife and exclaimed that his eldest son Prince George, eight, would be upset that he missed out on the experience.

Speaking to his wife, William was heard saying their children, including Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, would not believe he held the reptile.

"George is going to be so upset," he said. "The children are not going to believe I did this."

It seems that the royal children are big fans on animals, with Princess Charlotte especially fond of spiders.

In a video chat last year with David Attenborough, Charlotte asked: "Hello David Attenborough. I like spiders, do you like spiders too?"

And during a video call last year with a charity, Kate hinted that George was a fan of snakes.

Kate and William arrived in Londonderry this afternoon to meet young people and hear how organisations are engaging across communities to promote positive relations.

This is their first time on official duty together in this area despite visiting Northern Ireland together in March 2019.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, look stunning as she donned a magenta suit with a black turtleneck top underneath alongside a pair of matching black heels.

The brunette beauty styled her mane back into a ponytail as she smiled next to her husband, also 39, at Ulster University’s Magee Campus.

Prince William looked equally dapper in a navy suit with a light blue crisp shirt and dark tie as well as a pair of brown shoes.

The pair will be spending the day meeting young people and hearing how organisations are engaging across communities to promote positive relations.

The duchess looked just as stunning last night at the James Bond No Time to Die premiere at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

She looked sensational in a gold, sparkly floor length Jenny Packham gown.

The dress featured statement structured shoulders and sheer cape detailing, looking like a real life Bond girl herself.

Some fans noticed the resemblance to Princess Diana's gown that she wore to the James Bond A View to Kill premiere back in 1985.

Diana wore a silver pleated gown with structured shoulders and backless design

Kate attended the premiere with her husband Prince William, as well as her in-laws Prince Charles and Camilla.

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