Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, surprises us yet another time! This Christmas she proved that, even though she is a proud mummy of Prince George and Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, she can serve military duties too. Yes you heard that right. The Duchess was introduced as the new Honorary Air Commandant of the air cadets in London. Before this she has served and graced us with her presence in various charity events. But this is absolutely different than anything she’s ever done!
The 33 years old Duchess of Cambridge, keeps herself busy in different charity works the entire year, and the sometimes we can’t help think that she is indeed carrying the legacy of her deceased mother-in-law, Diana Spencer, the people’s princess. But this Wednesday, while Christmas is just around the corner, she was hailed as the new Honorary Air Commandant of the cadets, who are in the air force.
The job description consists representing an association of 42,000 air cadets who are within 12 to 19 years old. Apart from that she is also the in charge of ‘15,000 adult volunteers at more than 12,000 units across the UK, and abroad.’ Such Absolutely amazing news!
The given role was previous managed by Prince Phillip, who is still admired for his leadership skills in the recent decades.
According to E! News, Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty quipped, “We are absolutely thrilled that Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge has agreed to be our patron. Her links to the RAF family are already well-established and her desire to support youth development is well-recognised around the world.”
While this auspicious occasion took place, Kate Middleton looked an epitome of grace, in her Luisa Spagnoli red dress, when she received her copy of ‘Horizons, The History Of The Air Cadets’.
This amazing news came to the Royal family, just days before Christmas, adding a little more merriment to the holiday extravaganza of cards, carols and dinners. But what does that Queen and Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge thinks? Find out in more news here. Until then, Happy holidays everyone!
Photo Source: facebook/Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge