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Waleses attended Christmas fair with children at school after US trip

Prince William and Kate's US trip discussed by Schofield

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Kate and Prince William had a family Christmas outing at their children’s school at the weekend following their three-day tour of the US. Shortly after landing in London, the royal couple spent a low-key moment with Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 3, on Saturday morning. According to the Sunday Times, the Wales’ family “made a family jaunt” to a special Christmas fundraiser fair at their children’s school Lambrook, in Windsor.

Whilst the couple was visiting charities in Boston, their three children were cared for by their nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion, who started working for the Royal Family in 2014.

Kate and William visited several organisations close to their heart and met with US President Joe Biden.

Their three-day tour culminated with the Earthshot Prize Award Ceremony on Friday evening with a slew of stars turning out for the event. Among the celebrities who handed out awards were David Beckham, Home Alone star Catherine O’Hara and No Time to Die star Rami Malek, while Billie Eilish performed remotely for audiences.

Kate looked dazzling in a lime green dress by Solace London, which she paired with a diamond-and-emerald choker that once belonged to her late mother-in-law Diana. 

Only a day after the red carpet event, the Waleses flew back to Britain to make it on time for the children’s school Christmas fair. The Prince and Princess of Wales enrolled their children in the independent school in Berkshire following their move to Windsor in September.

Their parents’ visit reportedly delighted Louis, Charlotte and George who were particularly excited to all be going to the same school for the first time.

An unnamed source told the Sunday Times: “They’re really excited about starting a new school together, and I think mum and dad are too.”

The Waleses’ long-awaited trip also went largely unnoticed because of the Sussexes’ Netflix trailer, which reportedly placed Kate and William at odds with Meghan and Harry.

The Sussexes will explore their relationship from the early days to the challenges that pushed them to leave the Royal Family.

Netflix said the Sussexes’ story is “one of the most high-profile love stories in history”, adding: “Even the most plugged-in fans and followers of their story have never heard it told like this before.”

In a teaser, a friend of the couple of Harry and Meghan can be heard saying the Sussexes’ experience has been “about hatred, about race.”

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Speaking to MailOnline, royal author Richard Fitzwilliams warned the effects of the Netflix docuseries will be felt for years to come: “This is a full frontal, extremely destructive attack on the Royal Family – the institution as well as members of those households.”

The late Queen’s former press secretary Dickie Arbiter described the series as a “one long whinge”, adding: “I think that William and Kate will watch this trailer and think to themselves, ”oh God, here we go again”. 

The second episode of the Netflix series, directed by two-time Academy Award–nominated and Emmy-winning director Liz Garbus, will drop on December 15. 

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