Prince William provides a touching and intimate description of the family’s life, complete with arguments between children and chaos in the kitchen.

Although they live in Anmer Hall (a 19th Century Georgian country home given by the Queen to them as a wedding present in 2011), millions of viewers will see the chaotic scenes at their house.

William recorded the Time To Walk podcast in February when Britain was in lockdown and he, the Duchess of Cambridge and their three children – Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and three-year-old Prince Louis – were spending much of their time at their Norfolk retreat.

The episode ends with him saying that he was amazed at how much his children have taken my music love from my parents.

Prince William (pictured with children Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3) has provided an intimate description of his family life in the Time To Walk podcast

Prince William (pictured with children Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3) has provided an intimate description of his family life in the Time To Walk podcast 

“Most mornings, there is a huge fight between George and Charlotte over which song should be played. Now, I must prioritize that someone will do this song one day and someone else the next.

“So George gets his go and Charlotte gets hers. The music is a roaring success. Shakira’s Waka Waka is one of their favorite songs.

“There is a lot of hip movement… It’s all about dressing up. Charlotte is particularly fond of dressing up and running through the kitchen wearing her ballet clothes and all.

Louis is following Louis around, trying to copy her actions. The children have a great time singing, dancing and messing about.

William may find it easier than most to get tickets to a Shakira concert if his children so wish – the Colombian pop star is a member of his Earthshot Prize Council.

He joked that Shakira was his number one choice during an interview on the new global award for the environment.

“We sought people who care about the environment but also had an influence on the wider world. Shakira was a brilliant ambassador for ocean issues.

William is alone as he walks around the Sandringham estate during the podcast – but his children are never far from his mind.

Although the Cambridges live in Anmer Hall (pictured), a 19th Century Georgian country house given to them by the Queen, the scenes of domestic chaos will be familiar to millions

Millions will recognize the chaos of the domestic scene even though they live in Anmer Hall, a Georgian 19th Century country house that was gifted to the Cambridges by the Queen.

Prince William revealed Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis love dancing to Shakira's (pictured) song Waka Waka during lockdown, while his daughter also loves dressing up

Prince William shared with Princess Charlotte that Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte love to dance to Shakira (pictured), while Prince Louis also revealed his daughter’s passion for dressing up

He said, “We’ve got Hares running over the field over there. Fat English partridges are going over the hedge just now with a nice orange tractor.”

Louis is obsessed with tractor. It feels wild, but also very tranquil. William and his sons were fascinated by tractor work.

In the 2019 ITV documentary Prince Charles: Inside The Duchy Of Cornwall, the Duke of Cambridge was seen inspecting farm machinery, including tractors, and said: ‘I should have brought George today; he would be absolutely loving this… He’s obsessed.’ 

He then recounted his recent family trip to Wales, which he took in the middle of last year.

He said, “We have been lambing together with the children this past week.” “Charlotte was unsure at first but George was right in there. Louis is a huge fan of the tractor.

William finishes his walk at Anmer Hall. ‘We’re finally here… We spend as much time as we can here. It is very tranquil, very special. He says that he feels very fortunate to live in the country.

“We’ve got sheep in the fields. There’s a pond with ducks and geese. It’s an amazing place.

William signs off after the programme’s 38 minutes. He refers to his wife Kate.

He says, “It was really pleasant to go for a walk.” “I feel that I have shared many feelings. This is like going on a stroll with my best friend, or my wife.

“I’m going to be back in my room now to look at what the kids have done before I put them to sleep.