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07 December 2018, 10:30 | Regina Holmes
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While talking to one of her fans - and their baby daughter - in Cyprus, Middleton revealed that 7-month-old Prince Louis has already begun learning how to wave, based on a report by E!
"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". While they were there, Prince William made fun of Middleton's outfit when he noticed that her ensemble matched the decor.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited Cyprus to deliver gifts to United Kingdom service personnel who will be on duty - and away from family - at Christmas. She greeted onlookers at the wedding of Princess Eugenie, per E!
Prince William and Kate bring gifts to RAF base in Cyprus
Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted a Christmas party for Royal Air Force families on Tuesday. "As someone whose husband has served, I know how hard it feels when a loved one leaves to do the job they trained for", she said.
She said she had some idea how the relatives felt at this time of year as William, a former RAF search and rescue helicopter pilot, had served in the Falklands for six weeks in 2012.
"The absence of people you love must be especially hard at this time of year", Kate continued.
Sqn Ldr Waghorn, 34, whose 80-year-old father David Waghorn had met the royals at their Christmas Party, said: "They said their parcel service "really was royal mail". According to the Duke of Cambridge, he told his eldest son that they were going to see the pilots on that day, and he told his dad to take a picture of them.
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