Kate Middleton found in London with her children: Internet users are found

Kate Middleton found in London with her children: Internet users are found

George, Charlotte and Louise, who were too young to live such an experience, did not Did not attend their grandfather’s funeral, Prince Philip, this Saturday, April 17. Nevertheless, their parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton Present to bid farewell to the Duke of Edinburgh, Died April 9 at the age of 99. This weekend Emotionally rich, The Duchess of Cambridge was delighted to see her children, and even internet users. They really melted when I discovered their behavior for a while Shopping day Almost like the others in London. Charlotte and George, aged 5 and 7, were prettier than ever because they provided the image of an exemplary family. As announced Hello!Two-year-old Cambridge children were spotted with their mother just before the start of the school year on Monday, April 19, at the Smickel store on London’s King’s Road.

Their more mature relationship with money has made a particular Twitter user named Alexa known for working bags and school supplies in the store, which he said was “always a fan of Kate”. “Normal, well-behaved children and a normal parent trying to do the right thing, it’s great,” he posted on the social network. He explains that Charlotte and George were on a budget and had to pay with their own money. A simplicity to touch a lot. “I firmly believe (…)

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