A Father’s Day with its elders. This Sunday, June 20, it was in Sandringham, a town in the county of Norfolk in the north of England that Prince William went to start the half-marathon. A mission for which the Duke of Cambridge was able to count on the presence of two of his children: Prince George and Princess Charlotte who came to assist their dad. Thus, they did not hesitate to take the microphone to announce with their father the start of the race. Already very comfortable, the 7-year-old boy and his 6-year-old sister seem to already master the art of public appearances as well as their parents. The trio, immortalized by photographer Ian Burt, appeared very relaxed and smiling in order to properly encourage the participants in this race.
In terms of outfits, relaxation was the order of the day. So Prince William simply wore a light blue shirt and navy chinos, while his son also wore a total blue look consisting of a plaid shirt, shorts and Nike sneakers. Kate Middleton’s daughter was dressed in a pale pink Ralph Lauren sweater, athletic shorts and a pair of fuschia pink Nike sneakers. Prince William and Prince George, very accomplices, left the event hand in hand, with Princess Charlotte just next door, ready to go find his mother Kate Middleton and his little brother Louis who were not this time Of the game.
Quite an amazing day @ sandringham1870. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge with Prince George and Princess Charlotte performed the countdown to start @RunSandringham on the Royal Estate. Huge credit to all of the runners who took part and the organizers of a fantastic event. pic.twitter.com/X6PQlTdIgV
– Ian Burt (@Ian_Burt) June 20, 2021
A move in sight for the Cambridges?
Installed for several years at Kensington Palace, Kate Middleton and Prince William could very soon be brought to pack up. Indeed, the couple are reportedly considering leaving the bustle of London and moving to a somewhat quieter location by next summer. As the Daily Mail reports, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge recently visited several schools in Berkshire to prepare their children for the start of the next September. This carefully considered decision is mainly intended, according to the tabloid, to protect George, Charlotte and Louis, from this incessant media coverage, which they would sometimes find it difficult to bear.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte © Agence