The Prince and Princess of Wales brought all three of their children along for the Royal International Air Tattoo. The Air Tattoo is the world's largest military air show and it takes place at the Royal Air Force (RAF) Fairford in Gloucestershire, England.
Prince William and Kate Middleton Bring All 3 Kids for Rare Royal Outing
Prince George (9), Princess Charlotte (8) and Prince Louis (5) posed for a photo with their parents as they met with the U.S. Air Force on Friday, July 14. The image was shared to Twitter, along with a caption that read, “A family day out at the @airtattoo - in the wonderful British summer weather [umbrella with rain drops emoji]. Great exploring the C-17 and meeting @usairforce crew.”
In additional photos posted to Kate and William's joint Twitter account, we see Prince George exploring the inside of an aircraft and the Princess of Wales meeting with air cadets and also speaking with a group of kids.
Attached to these pics, the caption read, “And congratulations to the brilliant winners of the Road to RIAT competition on designing a sustainable aircraft for the future of the RAF.”
The last time we saw the whole Wales crew together was in June, for Trooping the Colour. King Charles's birthday celebration was attended by all five members of the family, and the kids certainly caught our attention with their impressive royal etiquette and their hilarious facial expressions.
However, during King Charles's second coronation a couple weeks back, the trio of youngsters were notably absent. But according to People, it was the last week of school for the Wales kids, so their parents seemingly let them stay home.
Now that these kids are getting older, we hope we get to see the whole crew together on more outings.
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