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Offbeat: Kate Middleton unveils an unprecedented and moving cliché of Queen Elizabeth II

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Kate Middleton dévoile un cliché inédit et émouvant de la reine Elizabeth II © Agency / Bestimage Kate Middleton reveals an unprecedented and moving cliché of Queen Elizabeth II Saturday, December 24, the British were able to discover the Royal Carols program: Together at Christmas, a mass and a Christmas concert in the presence of the royal family. For these first festivals without Queen Elizabeth II, Kate Middleton unveiled a moving memory of the Queen.

Christmas had a bitter taste for the British royal family this year. Three months after The disappearance of Elizabeth II , died on September 8 at the age of 96, his relatives celebrated the first holiday season in his absence. But the monarch was clearly in all the spirits, of his son the new King Charles III to his rear-small children via Kate Middleton . Last Thursday, already, The wife of Prince William shared in a video on his Instagram account some memories of Queen , who had a sincere love for Christmas holidays and never lacked family mass: " SA Majesty held Christmas near his heart, as a moment that brought people together and reminded us of the importance of faith, friendship and family, as well as that of showing empathy and compassion "confided the Princess of Wales.

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"When I saw this photo, I found it wonderful"

Kate Middleton had clearly decided to pay tribute to the monarch for the holidays. Saturday evening, the ITV channel indeed broadcast the Royal Carols program: Together at Christmas, a Christmas show recorded in the presence of members of the royal family. As the Mirror reports, Prince William's wife unveiled a moving cliché of Elizabeth II which is of particular importance.

It is indeed an archive photo dating back to the Second World War, on which we can see the one who was not yet queen of England participate in a Christmas show: "I have Really been touched by seeing His Majesty here, Christmas Day, making a performance during the war. I found it very special. When I saw this photo, I found it Wonderful " says Kate Middleton facing the camera. An unprecedented image that shows how close the duchess was close to Elizabeth II, whose memorable memory she has closer to her. The true Christmas spirit?

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Kate Middleton hosted her second Christmas carol concert. A body language expert says the Princess of Wales showed confidence and high resilience at the 2022 service.Body language expert Judi James says Kate seemed shy during her first Christmas concert in 2021. However, Prince William was there to offer support. “Kate did look radiant here, with her dimpled smiles that were aimed at William, along with some softened eye contact to signal warmth and affection,” James tells Express. “Kate’s body poses did signal modesty and some shyness though, sitting in a self-diminished pose with her shoulders raised and her elbows pulled into her sides.

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