Duke of Cambridge Prince William was on a visit to the National Football Museum in Manchester, England, where he indicated his bias towards daughter Princess Charlotte.

This has raised concerns from Duchess Kate Middleton over her husband’s attitude towards their children. She seems to think that the Duke is partial towards his kids but he loves his daughter more than his son. According to media reports, Prince William addressed the England women’s team members Step Houghton and Jill Scott on his visit to the museum this week.

In his comment, he said that Charlotte has more aptitude for football while son Prince George is quite slow in grasping the sports thing. “Charlotte is the one who shows more aptitude [for football], George is sort of getting into it slowly, but Charlotte is showing more aptitude,” the Duke said.

It was not the first time that Prince William had compared Prince George with Princess Charlotte. However, what likely bothered Middleton was the reason for discussing the aptitude of their kids in public. The Duke added in his statement that his son is a highly energized toddler who capably handles a lot at home. He also called him a spoiled child referring to the lots of gifts that he received on his last birthday.

It has been seen that Prince William compares his son and daughter in every occasion without missing any chance to complain about Prince George. These are reasons enough for Middleton to believe that the Duke is partial in handling and parenting their kids, Celebrity Laundry stated.

Prior to this, there were reports of the Duchess’ concerns over Prince George preferring to spend more time with his dad. The insecurities of Middleton have come following the divorce rumors of the couple, which might lead to a legal battle for kids’ custody. It seems as if the Duchess wonders if her kids would ever choose to stay with her and even if they don’t, whether Prince William could give them the love they deserve.