Kate in hysterics as Camilla struggles to help flustered Prince Charles with gloves
KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge, has been pictured in hysterics as Camilla struggled to help her husband Prince Charles with his gloves following a Westminster Abbey service to mark 100 years of the RAF.
The duchess could be seen giggling as she looked on from behind as Camilla ,70, tried to assist her flustered husband with the poppers of his gloves.
Clearly frustrated, Prince Charles can be seen red-faced as his wife attempts to help him.
Duchess Kate, 37, clearly saw the funny side as she laughed along while watching her father-in-law struggle.
But it was all smiles for Charles when his wife managed to button his white gloves, worn with his No 1 RAF uniform.
The hilarious moment came as the Royal Family left Westminster Abbey following a service to mark 100 years of the Royal Air Force (RAF).
Kate, 36, has taken a break from maternity leave to attend the day of special events.
The Duchess was wearing a sparkling Dacre Brooch – which was presented to her by the Air Cadets when she took on patronage in 2015.
She also wore a coat by Alexander McQueen, and a hat by Sean Barrett, with Meghan choosing to wear a dress by Dior and a hat by royal milliner Stephen Jones.
Following the service, Prince Charles joined the Queen to present a new Queen’s Colour to the RAF in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace before making a brief speech.
It was 100 years ago on April 1 1918 that the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service merged to create the RAF – the world’s first independent air service.
The roaring aircraft formation is scheduled to pass over Buckingham palace at 1pm and will be made up of the most varied range of RAF aircraft in aerial formation since the coronation of the Queen in 1953.
The royals will then appear on the balcony of the Queen’s London residence to view a flypast of up to 100 RAF aircraft, a parade of more than 1,000 personnel, and a feu de joie.
Charles, Camilla, William, Kate, Harry and Meghan will also meet veterans, personnel, charity representatives and those from the civil service in a reception after the spectacle.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK