Published on December 30, 2022 at 8:00 p.m.
This year, the end of year celebrations have been turned upside down for the British royal family following the death of Queen Elizabeth II last September. Whether Charles III decided to abandon some Christmas traditions that his late mother followedhe gave his first speech as king. A speech during which he did not fail to pay tribute to Elisabeth II. The royal family also attended the traditional Christmas mass at Sandringham on December 25. On this occasion, Kate Middleton and Prince William were present with their three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Tindall was also on hand with her husband Mike and also their 8-year-old daughter Mia. A little girl who almost destabilized her cousin George.
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Prince George, unfazed
Once the Royal Family emerged from St Mary Magdalene Church, they came out to meet the crowds who were there. In a video shared on social networks, we can see Prince George approaching and posting himself near the public. As he greets a few onlookers alongside his parents and his older sister Charlotte, Mia, who passes behind him, tries to distract him by patting him on the back. Captivated, Prince George did not react, however, and simply ignored his cousin. Faced with this lack of reaction from her cousin, the daughter of Zara Tindall then left with a smile but somewhat disappointed.
Another moment had also caught the eye of the spectators. Prince Louis, who had not appeared in public since the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, received a small bouquet of flowers from someone in the crowd. A gift that he then hastened to offer to his sister, Princess Charlotte.