Prince William’s wife braved the snow on Wednesday to visit the Irish Guards as the regiment’s honorary colonel. A title she inherited from her husband in December.
Whether it’s raining, selling, or snowing, nothing can stop Kate Middleton when it comes to promoting the crown. This Wednesday, March 8, the Princess of Wales traveled to Salisbury (in the south of England) to visit the Irish Guards. Prince William’s wife wore a Lara Croft braid for the occasion. already worn several times).
In the video, when Kate Middleton appears in the crowd with a “nervous” man.
Colonel of the Irish Guards
He, whom the English like to call “Perfect Kate”, was not lacking in confidence on the spot, devoting himself to the various exercises of the infantry regiment. And this despite the frost and snow. He thus administered first aid to a (fake) wounded soldier by applying a tourniquet to the lower part of his left leg. As detailed DailyMail: Kate Middleton was also able to speak directly to members of the battalion, including guards stationed in Africa for missions such as anti-poaching.
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This is the first time that Kate Middleton has visited the Irish Guards after becoming an honorary colonel of that regiment of the British Royal Guard. The rank (her first in the army) which the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis inherited from her husband in December when he himself became a colonel in the Welsh Guards.
In the video, Kate Middleton and Prince William compete in a cycling challenge
Source: Le Figaro