When Prince William led the countdown at the Sandringham Half Marathon on Sunday, he brought two helpers, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. In the video captured by the viewer, the young prince and princess can be heard falling from ten and applauding a group of runners as they cross the starting line. By Telegraph, the family is believed to be staying at Anmer Hall, their home on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, but their appearance in the competition was known only to the organizers in advance.
William and Kate Middleton also shared gif photos with respect Prince Charles, Prince Philip and Kate’s father, Michael Middleton. The post contained an unprecedented photograph of William in his military uniform George, Charlotte and Prince Louis.
On Monday, William celebrated his 39th birthday and celebrated the occasion on Instagram with a photo taken at the engagement last July. Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, honored William with two photographs featured on his social media pages, one of which Charles sees William as a baby and the other William, Camilla and Charles at the event. The Royal Family account also shared a few pictures of William laughing at official events.
On Friday Daily mail said Kate and William may be looking for a new home in Berkshire or Windsor because a long trip to Anmer Hall takes them too far from Kate’s family. The couple announced plans to hold offices at Kensington Palace.
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