PRINCE William shared a honeyed fact about his daughter Charlotte with the Maltese primary apportion and his family during an eventuality yesterday afternoon.
The Duke of Cambridge chatted with primary apportion Joseph and his wife Michelle Muscat and told them that his daughter Princess Charlotte had something in common with the PM’s children at a Commonwealth day reception.
The Prime Minister of Malta attended the eventuality with his twin daughters Etoile Ella and Soleil Sophie.
Prince William joked with the 10-year-old girls saying: “It’s a bit colder than Malta” at a accepting at Marlborough House.
And when Mrs Muscat told the king her children where attending theatre school he replied: “My daughter Charlotte loves dancing.”
Princess Charlotte will applaud her third birthday in May after starting hothouse school at the commencement of the year.
Prior to the accepting they had attended a service to symbol Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey.
The eventuality was also the first time Prince Harry’s fiancée done a open coming alongside the Queen.
The eventuality was also a open confirmation by the Queen of the US actress, who will shortly be joining her family when she marries Prince Harry on May 19 at a chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
It was also attended by Prince Charles, his wife Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Theresa May.
Last year Kensington Palace reliable the news that a new stately baby is on the way.
On Oct 17, Kensington Palace reliable on Twitter that the due date is in Apr 2018 and The Sun after exclusively suggested that the baby could arrive on St George’s Day Apr 23.
Typically couples wait until the three-month symbol before announcing they are awaiting a baby.
But the Sun’s Royal Correspondent Emily Andrews believes the Duchess was forced to announce the pregnancy early after pang with hyperemesis gravidarum (severe morning sickness) as she did in her prior pregnancies.
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