As their tradition, Royal family had celebrated christmas all together, at Sandringham. As the gifts Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, and the other royals received in unknown, but it is sure that the Royal Family had enjoyed the day.
On the Christmas morning, as usual, the Royal Family talked with the well wishers, on their way to St. Mary Magdalene Church. The outfit of Prince Lous had upset many royal fans, as they stated.
Body language expert, Judi James had talked about the simple warning Prince William gave to his son, Prince Louis, as the young prince was impatient.
When it was 3 p.m., King Charles’s speech was aired on TV, as the Royal Family watched. King Charles stated, “Over this past year, my heart has been warmed by countless examples of the imaginative ways in which people are caring for one another – going the extra mile to help those around them simply because they know it is the right thing to do: at work and at home; within and across communities,”
“My wife and I were delighted when hundreds of representatives of that selfless army of people – volunteers who serve their communities in so many ways and with such distinction – were able to join us in Westminster Abbey for the coronation earlier this year.”
“They are an essential backbone of our society. Their presence meant so much to us both and emphasized the meaning of coronation itself: above all, a call to us all to serve one another, to love and care for all.”
“At a time of increasingly tragic conflict around the world, I pray that we can also do all in our power to protect each other. The words of Jesus seem more than ever relevant: ‘Do to others as you would have them do to you. Such values are universal, drawing together our Abrahamic family of religions and other belief systems across the Commonwealth and wider world,”
“They remind us to imagine ourselves in the shoes of our neighbors and to seek their good as we would our own. So on this Christmas Day, my heart and my thanks go to all who are serving one another; all who are caring for our common home; and all who see and seek the good of others, not least the friend we do not yet know. In this way, we bring out the best in ourselves. I wish you a Christmas of ‘peace on Earth and goodwill to all’, today and always.”
Prince Louis’ outfit was one of the subjects to talk about the Royal Family Christmas. Family of Prince William and Princess Kate chose to wear all blue this Christmas. And instead of his usual appearance with his shorts and knee socks, Prince Louis was wearing something else.
“This was the first time we saw his little brother Louis wear a blazer and tie in public, and the fact that the Princess of Wales chose sky blue rather than navy made the outfit more fun and age-appropriate,” Rachel Riley, child wear designer, stated to the PEOPLE.
“He also matched perfectly with his mother and sister, something which he can still do as the youngest sibling.”
William Hanson, the etiquette expert had stated to Harper’s Bazaar, “It’s a very English thing to dress a young boy in shorts,” and added, “Trousers are for older boys and men, whereas shorts on young boys is one of those silent class markers that we have in England.”
“Although times are slowly changing, a pair of trousers on a young boy is considered quite middle class – quite suburban. And no self-respecting aristo or royal would want to be considered suburban,” Hanson continued.
Many people had commented online about Prince Louis’ appearance on Christmas morning as;
“Prince Louis looks adorable except for the shorts,”
“Absolutely ridiculous to use such an outdated and classist style convention on a freezing day. People are sitting with blankets.”
“Why is Louis wearing shorts on such a cold day?”
“Poor Prince Louis in the cold in lil shorts,”
At the St. Mary Magdalene’s Church, in Sandringham, many other members of the Royal Family had appeared too. Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, Princess Beatrice and Eugenie had attended too. After 30 years later, Sarah Ferguson was spotted at the morning service too.
Prince Louis had held his father’s and his cousin, Mia Tindall’s hands as they were walking towards to the church.
As Judi James had commented, Prince Louis was impatient, which his father, Prince William had calmed his son down with a gesture.
Judi James explained as, “Louis, like most small children on Christmas morning, looked excited but also impatient,” and continued, “Zara’s daughter had been given the job of anchoring his left hand while William held onto his right, and even then, he looked so excited he was pulling on his dad’s arm to get into the service.”
“William placed a cupped hand on the back of Louis’s head in a gesture of affection but also of calming a child down. But even as he waited to do the greeting rituals with the clergy, Louis crossed one lower leg over the other as though keen to get launched into his Christmas Day.”
Prince Louis is a colorful character at the Royal Events. As the gesture which calmed Prince Louis down made to the headlines, it is known that Princess Kate has some secret gestures to signal her children.
At the Trooping the Colour event this year, there were 8,000 people gathered to celebrate King Charles’ birthday.
At the event, Prince George and Prince Louis was wearing navy jackets with red ties, and Princess Charlotte was wearing a white dress. The children were smiling and waving towards the crowd.
And Prince Louis again made a move which he attracted some interest towards himself. He was tryign to hold his sneeze, as he was holding his laugh.
Tom Quinn had talked about the secret messages Kate Middleton gives to her children as, “When Prince Louis misbehaved at the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, for example, by sticking his tongue out at his mother, Kate’s reaction was praised by teams of expert commentators.”
“She apparently used a secret code to calm the children, as she does on occasions — she simply says, ‘Let’s take a break’. But as a former staffer explained, the children know these few words carry far more weight than we might imagine.”
Judi James had talked about the secret gestures of Kate Middleton as, “She beamed with pride when Louis started miming drumming along with the band in the carriage.”
“Talking to her children, there were a couple of gestures of what looked like guidance about when to wave.”
“There was also a spreading gesture of both hands that would normally mean quite a severe message of when to stop or what not to do, too,”
“She also put her hands below public view in the carriage to mime that ‘stop’ or ‘end’ sign to them as though warning them where the boundaries were, and on the way back she was doing small reward nods and smiles for their good behaviour, to ensure they were enjoying the event too.”
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