KATE, Duchess of Cambridge may be poised for Christmas heartbreak, as she prepares to make a huge sacrifice this festive season, a royal expert has said.
“So there is a sacrifice on Kate’s part because Christmas is a very big thing for the Middleton family, but they put The Queen first and make sure they are there on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at Sandringham.
“But, it’s probably a lot of fun for the Cambridge children that they get to celebrate Christmas twice – once with their great-grandmother and the Royal Family and then again with the Middletons at their Bucklebury home.”
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Prince William talks about tragic accident from air ambulance days in mental health chat
Prince William has opened up about a tragic accident he witnessed during his days in the air ambulance service and the impact it had on his mental health.
In his appearance on the Time To Walk podcast, Prince William, 39, discussed his own experiences dealing with mental health issues.
During the conversation, the Duke of Cambridge revealed the devastating impact of an accident while he was working as a helicopter pilot for East Anglia Air Ambulance.
The incident, which involved a 5-year-old boy who had been hit by a learner driver in the Essex town of Saffron Walden, required the future King’s emergency assistance back in March 2017.
The learner driver was reported to have accidentally pressed the accelerator rather than the brake when he saw young Bobby Hughes and his friends playing outside his home.
‘Great mimic!’ Queen’s surprising hidden talent laid bare by close aide – ‘Lot of fun’
The Queen’s surprising hidden talent has been laid bare by a close aide to the 95-year-old monarch.
Queen Elizabeth II, 95, is said to show off her “wicked sense of humour” by imitating some of Britain’s best regional accents.
Her Majesty’s dresser Angela Kelly once revealed in an interview how the Queen would even try to do an impression of her own Scouse accent.
Speaking in the interview, Ms Kelly said: “We have a lot of fun together.
“The Queen has a wicked sense of humour and is a great mimic.
“She can do all accents – including mine.”
Ms Kelly, the Queen’s dresser, is the daughter of a Liverpudlian dockworker.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK