Kate and William: the Christmas card with George, Charlotte and Louis is a wonder (Photos)
The tabloids are often ready to look for a detail that speaks of the crisis between William and Kate Middleton, but with it comes the Christmas postcard, and the picture of the royal family save all (photos). And the photo of the Christmas 2019 or better is a Christmas card which she sent greetings to the RAF Air Cadets. She is the patron of this organisation which has a population of some 42,000 cadets planes between the ages of 12 and 19 years of age, and 15 adult volunteers. The postcard, which depicts William, Kate and the children, George, Charlotte and Louis is addressed in fact to them. The Air Commodore showed the Christmas Card saying: “A Christmas card of our Royal Patron, the Duchess of Cambridge, which I share with all the members of the cadets aircraft...”. Simply Catherine, that is how he signed Kate the postcard. Therefore, it is not official that this is the photo of this Christmas, chosen by the duchess of Cambridge. They are all at the edge of a sidecar, all in the pose.
The photo was taken last summer, at least so it seems judging from the clothes and from the small Louis. It was spoilerata on the Twitter profile of Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty, and from there, it was then resumed in the Network. Between the two real English is then returned to the serene? Perhaps there has never been any problem but everything is born from the video shown in the program of the BBC.
A video in which the duchess of Cambridge seems to move so a wild the hand of prince William. It happened during the program At Berry Royal Christmas, a lot of people immediately thought of it as a gesture of intolerance, but perhaps it was only a matter of compliance with the protocol, one that requires them not to show gestures of affection in public. Kate has studied much, is always careful and precise, does not want errors.
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