In pictures posted on social media by one royal fan, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge can be seen with Prince George and Princess Charlotte today. In the charming pictures, Kate can be seen watching over her children as they select sweets from a shop. Such was the delight in witnessing the pictures, royal fans were quick to praise the Cambridges.
One user on Twitter Flying Boomerang said: “I love that they do get out and do normal things.
“You can tell that Catherine does the load of taking the kids out and helping them get the things they need like any mom would while dad is not into this kind of thing.”
Cambridges Daily said: “Thank you for sharing! I do love seeing them! George is going to be so tall, and Charlotte too!
“Of course I looked at Catherine for any telltale signs, and I would say there’s still hope even if it’s just a glimmer!”
In other news, Kate is set to meet military personnel and civilians who helped evacuate Afghans from their country in a blow to Prince Harry.
The Duchess of Cambridge will visit RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire on Wednesday to chat to those who took part in Operation Pitting, which saw more than 15,000 people airlifted out of Kabul during August.
The engagement would have been a good fit for the Duke of Sussex if he was still a working royal.
Harry – who quit royal duties last year for a new life in California with Meghan Markle – served in the Army for 10 years and carried out two tours of Afghanistan.
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The Duke continues to support veterans with his Invictus Games for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women.
During Kate’s visit tomorrow, she will meet RAF aircrews and medics who supported evacuees at Kabul airport and civilians and volunteers who established a repatriation centre at RAF Brize Norton.
More than 850 people arrived at the RAF base and were provided practical support like food, clothing, children’s toys and medical help while their details were processed.
Operation Pitting involved every unit at the military base, with personnel working alongside the Royal Navy, Army, local authorities and aid organisations in Afghanistan and the UK.
It is Kate’s first royal engagement after the summer break.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK