The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had the cutest welcome when they returned from their important work meetings. Their three sweet children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were excited to see their parents return, and rushed to welcome them as soon as they got off the helicopter.
Kate and Prince William went on a visit to Cumbria where they met with farmers from the local communities located there in the Lake District. They began their visit in Keswick, which is around 300 miles away from Kensington Palace, the Cambridge’s home. And it seems that the royal couple were in a rush to return to their children as we can see on a video posted on Instagram, as they took the quickest way of travelling, going by helicopter.
A royal fan, who was near Kensington Palace when the couple’s helicopter landed, saw William and Kate exiting from the chopper and walking towards the palace gates together. And what he saw on the other side of the gate made his heart melt.
All three children were running towards their parents, having most likely heard the helicopter arriving, making the cutest welcoming committee for their mom and dad, excitedly trying to get their attention to tell them all about their day at school, nursery or just home with their nanny.
It was the perfect ending to an important day for the royal couple, who were exhausted after a very busy day in Cumbria. William and Kate were royal guests of honour at the celebration to recognize the contribution of individuals and local organizations in supporting communities and families across Cumbria.
There they got the chance to meet and talk with volunteers from a range of services, including community first responders, young people trained as mental health first aiders and the local mountain rescue service. They even got time to get down and dirty and try their hand at sheep shearing at a local farm.