The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the 2022 Commonwealth Games on Tuesday. To the surprise of royal fans, the couple was joined by 7-year-old Princess Charlotte on the royal outing. During their visit, the family appeared “happy and content” as they enjoyed the festivities in Birmingham. Speaking on a recent video on his YouTube channel, royal expert Neil Sr discussed the couple’s “happy” performance, which appears to be sending “a lovely message to the world,” following Prince Harry’s earlier claims.
Mr Sean said: “I think the great thing about these particular photos is that it really means a lot to me that in fact they both look so happy and content in each other’s company.
“plenty of rest.
“I think, more importantly, you can’t fake that kind of happiness through photos.”
Speaking about bringing his daughter along, he said: “Katherine, of course, just looks like a doting mom and William, a very proud father.
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Mr Sean said the photos also send “a lovely message to the world” that they are “definitely not trapped”.
On Tuesday, the trio watched swimming, hockey and gymnastics.
Like her younger brother at the Jubilee celebrations, Princess Charlotte drew a variety of animated expressions throughout the competition.
At one point, the 7-year-old was seen doing thumbs up while spectators were watching a swim show.
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The Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children, Lady Louise and James, arrived at Cambridge and Charlotte soon after.
Earlier this year, during an interview with NBC Today, Prince Harry claimed that his father and brother were “stuck” within the firm.
Speaking to Hoda Kotb, Harry said: “I was trapped, but I didn’t know I was trapped.
“My father and my brother, they are trapped. They can’t go. And I feel very sorry for that.”
The Commonwealth Games is an international, multi-sport event involving athletes from different countries in the Commonwealth.
Like the Olympics, the Games are held every four years.