Prince William says Kate Middleton looks like a Christmas tree

An annotated screengrab from a video by Daily Mail royal correspondent Rebecca English showing the snowball fight

An annotated screengrab from a video by Daily Mail royal correspondent Rebecca English showing the snowball fight

Kate Middleton and Prince William welcomed Prince Louis into the world on April 23rd 2018, with the Duchess of Cambridge making an appearance on the steps of the Lindo Wing that evening.

Kate also disclosed she had tried to show her older children, 5-year-old Prince George and 3-year-old Princess Charlotte, the festive treats laid out for military families at Kensington Palace for yesterday's party when they arrived home from school and nursery - but they were too late. "George said to me this morning, "Where are you going daddy?' and I said, "I'm going to see some pilots who fly fast jets", William said".

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"You all put duty first. It's not about credit or recognition - for you, it's just about service", he said.

Anyway, Kate was quick off the mark to respond to her husband and said "you're a nightmare with that!" and we love how she doesn't hold back.

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But it's not only the Duchess of Sussex that has made sacrifices for the family.

Families from RAF Marham and RAF Coningsby were invited to the palace for party games and Christmas activities. "And he said, 'If you see a helicopter can you take a picture?'" Prince William told a group of military service members (via Harper's Bazaar).

They also met personnel from the lead infantry company of 2 Mercians, who have recently been supporting Op TORAL in Afghanistan.

The couple are flying to RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus on Wednesday where some of the loved ones of the families they met are based, and will take with them a collection of early Christmas presents for the RAF personnel.

"It's sad we won't be home for Christmas, but to get that personal message from them with the duke and duchess is lovely".

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