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Prince William and his three nieces at a Garden Party

Prince William and his three nieces at a Garden Party

In England, parties in the gardens of Buckingham Palace are in full swing again. On Tuesday, it was Prince William’s turn to receive guests. He did not have to do this alone, because the prince was accompanied by three of his nieces. During the garden party, the Prince of Wales revealed his eldest son. Read more below.

As summer approaches, many more will become available Garden parties Organized in the gardens of Buckingham Palace. King Charles and Queen Camilla recently held their first garden party of the year. People who have made an important contribution to British society can draw on this royal invitation.

Prince William organizes a garden party

Last Tuesday, Prince William’s mission was to host a garden party. The rainy weather did not spoil the fun, as Buckingham Palace received about 8,000 guests. The Prince of Wales was accompanied by Zara Tindall, daughter of Princess Anne, and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, daughters of Prince Andrew. Prince William’s three nieces looked the part, in keeping with etiquette. He watches!

Read more below the pictures.

Prince William during a Buckingham Palace garden party.

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Zara Tindall, daughter of Princess Anne.

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Princess Eugenie (left) and Princess Beatrice (right).

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The Prince of Wales is dressed appropriately.

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Zara Tindall wears the previously worn Laura Green dress.

Revelation about Prince George

During the garden party Prince William revealed a fun fact about his eldest son, Prince George. According to William, Prince George is a “friendly pilot.” The young prince is “obsessed with airplanes and wants to become an air cadet.” The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, because William himself worked as an air ambulance helicopter pilot for a number of years. The Prince of Wales learned to fly while serving in the British Air Force in 2008.

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Prince William and his son Prince George on an expedition.

Photo: Afghan National Police

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