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4-Year-Old Schoolboy Has The Best Expression After Meeting Princess Kate, Princess of Wales
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4-Year-Old Schoolboy Has The Best Expression After Meeting Princess Kate, Princess of Wales

The royal couple was delighted to be welcomed by a 4 year old's warm smile

Cover Image Source: Getty Images/ Paul Ellis - WPA Pool

Prince William and Kate Middleton, Prince and Princess of Wales, respectively, were at the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) station on September 27th to begin their new roles with a trip to Wales before meeting villagers and employees in Holyhead, Anglesey, when they were welcomed most "adorably" by a  young four-year-old schoolboy, named Theo Crompton. He very delightfully presented them with a bouquet of flowers. Upon the arrival of the royal couple, the boy was all broad smiles. Theo got to meet them while they visited Holyhead to see the local RNLI Lifeboat Station. While they met the volunteers, crew, and those rescued by the team stationed there, it was the young four-year-old who stole the show with his explicit unhidden joy when he met the new Prince and Princess of Wales. The Princess looked exceptionally delighted in her red coat as she accepted the flowers from the young royal fan. 

Image Source: Getty Images/ Paul Ellis - WPA  Pool
Image Source: Getty Images/ Paul Ellis - WPA Pool

 

The other locals were also met by William and Kate walking down to the Holyhead Marine and Cafe Bar which holds a few good many memories for the couple as Holyhead is only a half-hour drive from the first four-bedroom house the prince and princess rented as newlyweds on the Isle of Anglesey when William was an RAF search and rescue helicopter pilot. During that time, between 2010 and 2013 was when they led their most 'normal' and private life. It is also where they raised Prince George who is their eldest child and second-in-line for the throne. Even during this Platinum Jubilee weekend, William and Kate took Prince George and Princess Charlotte to that house. Wales holds a strong emotional connection to Prince William's childhood as well since his first royal engagement at eight years of age was in Cardiff with his mother, Diana, the then-Princess of Wales, a title now held by his wife Kate, reports Mirror