Duchess Catherine isn't a fan of Prince William's video games

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20 November 2013

Britain's Prince William has joked his wife Duchess Catherine wouldn't approve of him playing "addictive" video games.

Britain's Duchess Catherine isn't a fan of Prince William's video game habit.

The Duke of Cambridge has admitted he would love to buy a PlayStation, but his wife - with whom he has four-month-old son Prince George - would probably disapprove of him wasting his time on the "addictive" gaming console.

Speaking at the BAFTA headquarters in central London on Monday (18.11.13), William joked: "It's very addictive. I'd like to get one but I'm not sure how my wife would feel about it."

The 31-year-old royal was launching the British Academy of Film and Television Arts' (BAFTA) campaign to support young people who want to pursue a career in the film, television and gaming industries.

The initiative, called Give Something Back, calls on industry insiders to mentor young people, and also offers Prince William Scholarships of £10,000 to help pay for talented youngsters' studies, regardless of their social backgrounds.

William said: "Today, more than ever, young people and career-starters need nurture and support to achieve their potential and to succeed. Give Something Back is a special opportunity for our supremely talented professionals to offer a small amount of their time, or money, to contribute to BAFTA's learning programme."

After trying his hand at a selection of games made by gifted designers at BAFTA's Young Game Designers Workshop, William quipped: "I know that I, for one, as an enthusiastic but quite useless gamer, look forward to playing the weird and wonderful games which these young people dream up in the future."

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