Prince William and Kate Middleton share BIG announcement

Prince William and Kate Middleton share BIG announcement

Prince William and Kate Middleton share BIG announcement

Several years ago, Middleton was also just an ordinary British citizen who married Prince William and then joined the royal family.

The Cambridges were at the Burnham global horse trials in Norfolk on Saturday, and they were also joined by Zara and Mike Tindall and the couple's daughter, Mia.

You'll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. The mom of three looks strong in the photo since she's able to carry Princess Charlotte easily and still smile. At her recent christening, Prince Harry was named as her godfather.

Mia has already proven to be a doting big sister. She finished in third and fifth places in the trials.

Kate Middleton will pursue her "passion" and will put a balance on being a mother to Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3, and Prince Louis, 11 months, and being the next Queen Consort. Mia also rode on the stroller as Mike pushed his daughters around the field. The adorable young royal is sitting on his uncle's lap. "The Phillips girls seem very taken with their new little cousin, and I am sure they will with their new extra cousin when Meghan's baby arrives". George and Mia stood face-to-face, appearing to determine who was taller.

Around 23 million people tuned in for the royal wedding in 2011. And even though she seems like she's the more calm of the two, Princess Charlotte obviously has her share of pull in the royal family - Kate Middleton is always holding her when they're out and about. Although, he was spotted wincing a bit as Mia made a decision to hold on to his ears as they walked. In the photos, the mischievous George is carrying a toy sword.

In 2018 while at the annual Easter day service in Windsor, Kate told some little girls outside St George's Chapel that George and Charlotte had enjoyed an Easter egg hunt in the morning, which will no doubt be recreated this year.

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