Royal fans gush over how Prince William and Kate Middleton boast ‘matching’ signatures just like Prince Charles and Camilla – following the new Fab Four’s joint appearance

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Fans have gone wild over the signatures of Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton The foursome took part in their first joint royal engagement in nine years in Nottinghamshire yesterday Royal fans, who noticed that Charles, 71, and Camilla, 72, sporte

Fans have gone wild over the signatures of Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton, after they took part in their first joint royal engagement in nine years in Nottingham shire yesterday.

The royals visited the new Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC) in Loughborough, where they met injured personnel and tried their hand at wheelchair basketball.

But it was the foursome’s signatures that caught the eye of royal fans, who noticed that Charles, 71, and Camilla, 72, sported similar signatures, as did William, 37, and Kate, 38.

Fans have gone wild over the signatures of Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton, after they took part in their first joint royal engagement in nine years in Nottinghamshire yesterday

Fans have gone wild over the signatures of Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton, after they took part in their first joint royal engagement in nine years in Nottinghamshire yesterday

The royal signatures, gathered together at the centre, are a rare glimpse at all of their signatures together.

While Charle sand Camilla boast statement underlined large ‘loopy’ fonts, William and Kate have more modest ‘scribblings’, with Kate going by the name Catherine.

And the signatures attracted comments from excited fans, with one noting: ‘I love how spouse’s signatures matches their significant other’s in style.’

Another added: ‘Love wills and Kate’s signature’, while one wrote: ‘Nice! What a lovely joint engagement – I wish we’d see more of them together!’.

But it was the foursome's signatures that caught the eye of royal fans, who noticed that Charles, 71, and Camilla, 72, sported similar signatures, as did that of William, 37, and Kate, 38

But it was the foursome’s signatures that caught the eye of royal fans, who noticed that Charles, 71, and Camilla, 72, sported similar signatures, as did that of William, 37, and Kate, 38

And the signatures attracted comments from excited fans, with one noting: 'I love how spouse’s signatures matches their significant other’s in style.'

And the signatures attracted comments from excited fans, with one noting: ‘I love how spouse’s signatures matches their significant other’s in style.’

Elsewhere one joked: ‘The School of the Scrawl. Must be one of the traditional handicrafts Charles is thankfully saving!’.

The engagement to Loughborough is thought to be the first time the four undertook a joint occasion since 2011.

Prince William tried his hand at the sport while meeting injured military personnel on a visit to the new Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC), Loughborough, this afternoon.

Run by the Ministry of Defence the centre at the Stanford Hall estate, near Loughborough, began admitting patients in October 2018 and provides rehab treatment to serving military who have suffered battlefield, neurological or other injuries and illnesses.

Another added: 'Love wills and Kate’s signature', while one wrote: 'Nice! What a lovely joint engagement - I wish we'd see more of them together!'. And the signatures attracted comments from excited fans, with one noting: 'I love how spouse’s signatures matches their significant other’s in style.'

Another added: ‘Love wills and Kate’s signature’, while one wrote: ‘Nice! What a lovely joint engagement – I wish we’d see more of them together!’. And the signatures attracted comments from excited fans, with one noting: ‘I love how spouse’s signatures matches their significant other’s in style.’

DMRC Stanford Hall is part of the overall Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC) programme which includes both a defence element and proposals for a National (NHS) facility on the same site.

William, who was patron of the DNRC appeal, attended the official handover of the newly built defence centre to the nation in June 2018.

Later during their away day in the Leicester area, Charles and Camilla visited the city’s centre to meet stallholders and members of a local women’s charity, attended a performance by local schoolchildren to celebrate the diversity of the city and unveiled a commemorative plaque in the new market square.

The engagement to Loughborough is thought to be the first time the four undertook a joint occasion since 2011

The engagement to Loughborough is thought to be the first time the four undertook a joint occasion since 2011

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