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The Duchess brought back a vibrant Eponine London coat for a tour of Wales with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince William.

Of Richard Palmer Express Shared a video of the family’s arrival.

The engagement was part of the Queen’s 70th reign celebrations over the Platinum Jubilee weekend.

Members of the royal family walked by.

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This is the first time two children have come on an official visit to Wales. Eight-year-old Prince George will one day be Prince of Wales, and as the Duchess told one of the concert organizers, he lived in Angels when he was a child.

Royal follower Fifi shared the photo on Twitter.


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Their presence in Wales underscores one of the main themes of Jubilee Weekend – not only celebrating the Queen’s 70-year reign, but also emphasizing the future and legacy of the monarchy. In George and William, we have two future kings and two future princes of Wales.

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Emma Thomas from Cardiff met at the Royal Quartet and said: “Prince George just got up, shook my hand and said ‘I am George’.

“Princess Charlotte was looking at the shiny shoes of the woman who gave Kate flowers.”

The Duchess meets a young man.

This is a great shot from Prince George.

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The family chatted with a group of local scouts. “George and Charlotte asked how I got my badges,” Jack Lovat, 12, tells People. “And William asked George if he did the same to the scouts.”

Princess Charlotte Shenkin meets a goat named The Fourth – the mascot of the 3rd Battalion Royal Welsh Regiment, according to Simonperi.

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“They were very excited to meet him,” said Sergeant Handler. Mark Jackson told people. “So when I explained that he was helping the Welsh rugby team to the Principality Stadium, Prince George was even more excited. Both children were fascinated by Shenkin. “

Shenkin and Sergeant. Jackson was in the band of the Battalion, which provided a festive musical background as the royals departed.

Another picture from the walkout.

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Anna Jones, 53, who came to town to pick up her wedding dress, and new friend Sandra Harris, 74, engage the children in a lively conversation about the Jubilee.

“Where is your brother?” They are surprised. “We were wondering where he was.”

Prince William told them the trip would be a bit more for the four-year-old, pointing to the floor where he jokingly predicted that Louis might lie down.

The women asked the kids how their first trooping carriage ride was, telling Princess Charlotte that they had seen how she “almost stopped shaking Louis too much” in top big-sister fashion.

“He’s the boss, George,” they said with a laugh.

“At least you didn’t say it was Mummy who was the boss,” Kate told him.

The two looked a little surprised to see the bouquet.

The Cambridges saw collages by Welsh artist Nathan Wieburn.

Take a closer look at Princess Charlotte.

The artists posted a quick video on Twitter.

Members of the royal family also met with performers and crew involved in tonight’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration concert at the castle grounds. We’re back Of the telegraph Articles

But since the family was invited to a small tech tent, helping the crew on stage, George and Charlotte were immediately absorbed in the array of buttons in front of them.

Apparently thrilled George tried to slide the sound mixing buttons which performers were the loudest, he was shown how to distinguish a microphone while listening through headphones.

At one point, the family laughed out loud as someone said – without naming – a shout of reaction, with George jumping up and down a little.

Here is a quick video.

Among the performers tonight is Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler, who was awarded an MBE in Queen’s Birthday Honors.

Several members of the royal family tried their hand at management.

A quick video.

Princess Charlotte gave it a go.

And was smiling with his brother.

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Owen Win Evans said Princess Charlotte and Prince George wanted to go to his drumkit, but they were “a little too embarrassed and so I did a little drum performance for them”.

“I was shiny at the time, but they said I really needed more glitter – so I’m trying to find some spray glitter for my fringe now,” he said.

Prince William seemed to enjoy the rehearsals as a child.

Duchess with her two eldest children.

Kensington Palace posted a quick video from today’s busy 7

Elsewhere in the Jubilee Weekend news, Princess An Epsom represented the Queen in the Derby.

Of Richard Palmer Express Report “Zara Tindall, one of Epsom’s royal team, said her grandmother would watch racing. She’ll just sit on the sofa and watch TV. She’ll be in her comfortable outfit,” she says.

When the Earl and Countess of Wessex went to Belfast.

Now look at what Kate wore.

He brought back a woolen crepe coat with a mandarin collar from Aponine London. From the label’s 2018 A / W line, it features a front closure with self-covering buttons, sleeve buttons, buttocks scoop pockets, rear waist belt and mandarin collar.

When the piece was first worn in May last year Hold on tight The picture book has been launched.

We spotted a new handbag today, the Demelia London Navy Leather Nano Montreal ($ 395).

The structural cross-body style measures approximately 7 ″ x 5 ″ x 3.5 and has a removable / adjustable cross-body strap and tubular top handle. Thanks to Kate Middleton style Carly for this ID.

Looks like Duchess Gianvito Rossi was wearing a new pair of 105 pumps, thanks to Gabby and Middleton Maven for this ID.

The Duchess wore her Spell of Love Alia earrings (£ 79, about $ 100 at today’s exchange rate) by Welsh designer Haley Jones.

As I was about to post, we learned that the Duchess had gone to one of her patrons last night.

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The Duchess of Cambridge paid a surprise visit to London Children’s Hospital last night to surprise staff, patients and their families unable to attend this weekend’s jubilee celebrations.

Kate, 40, was a patron of London Hospital, which specializes in providing ‘life-changing’ treatments for children with rare and complex conditions since 2018. Since then he has visited more than once, met with patients and staff and raised hospital profiles.

The hospital shared some pictures of her jubilee decorations.

The Duchess * maybe * wore LK Bennett’s Kayla dress; I still didn’t have a good look at the photos.

Here is another picture of the kids on the Cardiff tour, looking like Prince George’s mini-me.

And another of the Duchess.

We’ll see you again tonight to cover the Platinum Party at the Palace.


The Of the Royal Family Channel Cardiff visit coverage lasts more than 5 minutes.

It covers more than five minutes covering the Belfast engagement of the Earl and Countess.

And here is a brief coverage of the Epsom Derby today.


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