Prince William and Kate Middleton are doing everything they can to provide their three children with the most normal upbringing they possibly can. They read stories to their children before bedtime, they cook meals together and they take part in child-parent days at school.
They even embarrass their children, just like any other parent would, by exposing their bald head to all instead of putting on a hat in honor of the London Marathon they were training for. At the end of the day, all parents are alike.
Royals have this thing with participating in sports activities when traveling on duty. It's become like part of the agenda that can't be changed or altered. On one of Kate Middleton's trips to New Zealand, she joined a cricket game.
So, we can see that Middelton practiced the right position for standing, assuring she doesn't reveal any surprises. However, it's a shame she missed out on the how-to-keep-your-face-in-place lessons, as that could have avoided this photo.
Here We Go Again
Baby George (he's not a baby anymore, but he was when this photo was taken), is a star when it comes to providing the royal photographs exactly what they want. No pretending, no artificial looks, just pure and authentic honesty.
Even in this photo, we can see how unsatisfied Prince George is with the future that awaits him, and how he would have preferred to be born into a normal hard-working lower middle class. Eh, he'll grow out of it.
Small Things in Life
We sometimes have a feeling, the Queen has had it. Even though this specific photo was taken a few decades ago, even then it looked as if she has had it with palace rules, with what's royal enough and what's not, and with not being able to feel free to do whatever she wanted whenever and wherever.
I mean, what does one want in life? A tranquil oasis to sit a bite your nails peacefully?
Playing It Brave Almost All the Way
When you think of Africa you think of Safaries. You think of wild savannas and endless deserts. You think of wild herds of animals and you think of snakes. Realy big 8ft python snakes wrapped around your neck.
So, Prince Harry tried to put on his brave face and maintain his nothing-can-hurt-me image, but when it came to this king of reptiles around his neck, his facial expression just said it all.