Caption: Prince William has been a royal patron for Skills Force since 2009
BRIGHT red Christmas bells are all the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge need to keep young Prince George under tabs.
After receiving a little bag of festive bells from a group of schoolchildren, Prince William joked: "We'll put these in his pockets and then we'll know where he [Prince George] is in the house!"
William, 32 was dressed smartly in a black tie and suit for the 10th anniversary gala dinner at the Imperial War Museum for chairty SkillForce, of which the duke is a Royal patron.
The youngsters from three primary schools in Watford, gathered to proudly show off their project - a man adorned with poppies.
Thomas Brooker, 10, told the duke: "Each of the poppies represent a soldier who died."
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