Kate Middleton, the patron of the Royal Air Force Air Cadets, had an enjoyable plan this Friday, July 14, at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucestershire.
Princess of Wales attended the military air show alongside Prince William and their children, George, Charlotte, and Louis.
The Prince and Princess of Wales Visit The Air Tattoo
Prince William and Kate Middleton treated their children to a day filled with jets, helicopters, and historic aircraft.
For this event, Kate opted for a beige blazer by Blazé Milano, which she paired with a white blouse and blue pants.
The three great-grandchildren of Elizabeth II were delighted to kick off their summer vacations with this outing alongside their parents.
The family’s first stop was next to a massive C-17 transport plane, which had been used to carry the late Queen’s coffin before her funeral last September.
Commander Will Essex warmly received Charles III’s son and daughter-in-law, who showed great interest and wore smiles throughout their visit. The couple observed everything with enthusiasm.
This is George’s second visit to this place, as he will celebrate his tenth birthday on July 22. His parents had previously allowed him to enjoy the show in 2016 when he was just three years old. At that time, he was photographed wearing hearing protection.
The royal children made a public appearance dressed in light and casual clothes. Charlotte chose a blue and white striped Rachel Riley dress.
Before being led down the large ramp of the transport plane by their parents, the three siblings shook hands with senior members of the RAF.
George was given the task of partially lifting the ramp, and he could be seen pressing the button while his father observed.
The Royal International Air Tattoo is one of the largest air shows in the world, and all proceeds raised during the weekend will go to The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust.
This organization supports initiatives such as engineering and flying scholarships.
Kate took on the role of patron of Prince Philip’s Air Cadet organization in December 2015, while William served in the RAF Search and Rescue Force from 2010 to 2013.