Prince William cheekily pokes fun at Catherine's Christmas style
- Author: Michelle Webb Dec 08, 2018,
Dec 08, 2018, 0:51
As they prepared to take a festive photo in front of a Christmas tree, Prince William took the opportunity to tease his wife about her outfit, an ensemble of dress trousers and a blazer that looks like something Meghan Markle might wear.
The day after the party, the parents of three traveled to Cyprus to visit the servicemen and women at RAF Akrotiri, an air force base on the handsome Mediterranean island near Greece. "Do you want me to move out of the photo?"
She finished off the look with a white silk top underneath, along with a matching olive green clutch bag by LK Bennett and co-ordinating heels.
The Duchess stepped out in a pair of stylish wide-legged Jigsaw pants and a Smythe green blazer.
The Duchess of Cambridge has a more conservative style and generally sticks to royal dress-code acceptable skirts and dresses. "And he said, 'If you see a helicopter can you take a picture?'"
Both her and William visited the military servicemen to bring them Christmas presents from their families at home.
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They also handed out presents from family members they met at a party they hosted last night at Kensington Palace.
When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are around, everything is a little bit sweeter!
Mirror Online reported that Kate, 36, stopped to talk to 32-year-old Rhian Davis who was carrying 10-week-old daughter Dorothy in a sling.
William and Kate arrived at the event looking relaxed.
He is grateful that he will be with family this Christmas, saying: "This year I was away for seven months on operations before moving here, so it's nice just to be back together again".
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