They read Prince George’s lips and find out what he said to Kate Middleton

They read Prince George’s lips and find out what he said to Kate Middleton
They read Prince George’s lips and find out what he said to Kate Middleton

This Saturday, the entire world was waiting for the reappearance of Kate Middleton after half a year away from the public sphere due to the cancer she suffers from. The Princess of Wales was seen yesterday at the military parade Trooping the Color, in London. Accompanied at all times by her husband, Prince William, and her three children, Princes George, Charlotte and Louis of Wales, she was smiling and happy to be able to feel the warmth of citizenship again. Now, what the couple’s first-born son said to her mother has come to light, and all thanks to a professional lip reader.

It was last Friday when Kate announced her partial return to public life and the “good progress” in her health, although she did specify that she is not yet “out of the woods.” This reappearance was the first for the Princess of Wales after the last family event she attended: the Christmas mass at Sandringham. Shortly after, she announced a “successful abdominal surgery,” and, after two months of speculation, she revealed in March that she was receiving “preventive chemotherapy.”

Kate Middleton with her children this Saturday

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Middleton did not want to miss an event that is, along with the state opening of the British Parliament, the largest in the Windsor ceremonial calendar. Yesterday, the official birthday of the British monarch was celebrated, despite the fact that Charles III was born on November 14. That it is celebrated in the middle of June has to do with an ancient tradition, which seeks the best weather in London for such a special day. However, this Saturday it rained in the British capital.

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The conversations of the royal family during ‘Trooping the Colour’

All eyes were on Kate, who arrived at the parade in a carriage along with her three children: Jorge (10 years old), Carlota (9) and little Luis (6). This meant that the little ones did not have to ride alone on the float, without an adult, since William from the United Kingdom participated on horseback in the parade. It was on this journey when the cameras captured the first-born saying something to his mother. Some words that have now been deciphered by Juliet Sullivan, lip reader. “They all seem very happy,” the little boy told his mother.

Kate was also captured following the celebrations from a window of Buckingham Palace, along with her children. There Prince Louis could be seen playing with the cord of a curtain. “Do you know how they do this, Mom?” the little boy said to Kate. Furthermore, the lip reading specialist explained that the king seemed happy about yesterday’s day, and that he would have said to Queen Camilla: “Look at this! Marvelous! So colorful…” Without a doubt, it was a great day for the British royal family.

 
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