During the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles had a tender gesture towards Kate Middleton. However, it went unnoticed.
Thursday, June 2 marked the start of the festivities for the royal family since Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating her Platinum Jubilee. For this occasion, Her Majesty has released her most beautiful sky blue suit. An outfit that she proudly wore on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, as she celebrated her 70th anniversary of reign. The day after this celebration, the members of the royal family of England met at Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London for a mass given in honor of Elizabeth II. If the queen would have liked to come, she felt some discomfort at the end of the first day of celebration. Aged 96, she prefers to spare herself, as formalized in a press release, relayed by Le Point, this Friday, June 3.
This Friday, June 3, Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton represented the crown during this symbolic mass. Although this event is usually ceremonial, Prince Charles indulged in a gesture of tenderness, which went unnoticed at first. He sent a flying kiss to his daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton. A great proof that the links between Kate Middleton and her in-laws are stronger than ever.
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