The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were pictured at the start of the RAF Centenary service at Westminster Abbey. But, what caught everyone’s attention was Prince William’s ‘GIGGLING’ during the RAF Centenary service.
The Duke of Cambridge, 36, was captured struggling to contain his laughter.
After Prince Edward gestured at someone to kneel down at Westminster Abbey, cameras captured William trying control his laughter.
He tried his best to contain his giggle but the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, caught him giggling.
When William told her the reason, Kate smiled but kept her composure. After that, she looked more serious than before but William was trying hard not to laugh.
Watch Prince William struggling to control his laughter
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Lip-reading expert Joanne Swinbourne told DailyMail:
‘Edward says to someone opposite, “You can kneel if you want, kneel“ gesturing to them to kneel.’
And this made William laugh and he was captured controlling his laughter.
The camera then cuts away to Prince Harry and Meghan but it returns to the couple again, and William is still struggling to contain his laughter.
William and Harry, both attended the service in their RAF uniforms. Kate and Meghan were also present at the RAF Centenary service at Westminster Abbey.
Kate was wearing a powder blue Alexander McQueen coat while Meghan opted to wear a simple yet stylish black fit-and-flare Dior dress.
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