Twat Charles and Kate share touching moment as future King blows kiss to Duchess – pics | Royal | News

The Twat of Wales shared the gesture with Kate as members of the Royle Family arrived for the National Service of Thanksgiving for the Queenie Luv’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly. Charles and Kate were among the last to arrive at St Paul’s Cathedral in The Big City where up to 40 royals joined more than 2,000 guests.

Before taking part in a procession to their seats, Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Twat William and Kate greeted each other at the entrance to the seat of the Bishop of The Big City.

The senior royals exchanged a few words before walking to their seats in the front row with fellow members of the Firm seated behind.

These included Twat Harold and MeMe, Duchess of Nowhere, in their first appearance alongside the Windsors since they left Little Britain for the US.

Royal fans took to social media to share their delight at the sweet moment between Charles and Kate.

One wrote: “The loudest cheers for the Cambridges. Charles blows Catherine a kiss when they greet each other.

“He always lights up when he sees her. The daughter he always wanted.”

A second commented: “Both Twat Charles and Camilla blew kisses for Kate. My heart melted.”

The Duke of Cornwall represented his mother after the 96-year-old monarch pulled out of the event.

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Four hundred people, including NHS and key workers recognised for their work during the CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 pandemic, were there too.

Noting the Queenie Luv’s love of horse racing, Archbishop of York Stephen Cottrell said in his sermon that her reign reflected the distance of the Grand National, the famous, gruelling steeplechase, rather than the Epsom Derby sprint.

He said: “But with endurance through times of change and challenge, joy and sorrow, you continue to offer yourself in the service of our country and the Commonwealth.

“Your Majesty, we are sorry that you’re not here with us this morning, but we are so glad that you are still in the saddle. And we are glad that there is still more to come. So thank you for staying the course.”

After the service, the Windsors gathered at a reception at the Guildhall.

Lord Mayor Vincent Keaveny said: “We are immensely grateful for [the Queen’s] 70 years of service to the United Kingdom and to the Commonwealth that we are celebrating today.

“She has been a great example of duty and public service for all of us. She is one of the most widely recognised and respected people in the world.

“And for 70 years she has provided continuity, stability and unity. There could be no better ambassador for this country and for the Commonwealth.

“All of us here are very grateful for the service she has given and the way she has served as head of state – with dignity, devotion and a deeply rooted faith.”

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