Satisfied parents. On April 29, 2011, Prince William said “yes” to Kate Middleton during a ceremony which took place at Westminster Abbey in London. Three years later, they welcomed their first child, a baby boy named George. In 2015, it was Princess Charlotte who arrived and finally Prince Louis in 2018. Both are very close to their children and they do not hesitate to violate certain protocols, as stated by the Express this Friday August 6. “William and Kate really broke tradition and ushered the royal family into a new era when they showed affection to their children so naturally in front of the cameras,” said Ivy Rudd, a royal expert. Each year, the couple share photos on their children’s birthday. “If you watch the videos, you can instantly see the closeness in Kate and William’s family,” added Ivy Rudd before recalling that Kate Middleton and her husband are also very affectionate in public. An initiative that has long been frowned upon by the royal family.
A noticeable rapprochement. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Kate Middleton, Prince William and their children have not made many public appearances. However, Prince George, accompanied by his parents, was present during the Euro 2020 final at Wembley. All three had come to give their support to England and they were very close, which did not escape the eyes of cameras and viewers. “Their body language showed confidence,” said Judi James, a body language expert. According to her, there are also “many clues that show parents are trying to build her social confidence in preparation for his future role as king since royal appearances often involve standing on balconies watching a large crowd,” she said. she clarified. In addition, the fact that Prince George sometimes stood alone at the railing, Judi James indicates that it “shows that they trust him but that the little boy must also trust himself”, she concluded. Throughout the game, the family were very close and did not hesitate to string together the hugs. A moment that was greatly appreciated by fans of the royal couple.
Prince William and Kate Middleton: where are they going to spend their summer vacation?
While a break is in order, Prince William and Kate Middleton usually travel to Scotland, to Balmoral Castle, a residence located in the Aberdeenshire region. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the royal couple have changed their destination and will therefore be spending the summer in the mansion of Anmer Hall in Norfolk. “Summer vacation in Anmer is the perfect way for Kate and William to unwind,” specialist Katie Nicholl told The Mirror. The opportunity for them to fully enjoy alongside their three children.
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