10:40 30 December 2012
After spending the holidays with the Middleton family, Prince William and Princess Kate, finally join the rest of the Royal Family for a belated Christmas celebration at the Queen’s Sandringham House in Norfolk; just in time for Prince Phillip’s annual pheasant shoot.
The couple, who are expecting their first baby together, were driven the 155 miles from Kate’s new family home in Berkshire to East Anglia. Prince William then joined his grandfather and other relatives for a morning’s hunting. On the other hand, Kate opted to remain inside the house as it was raining. However, the royal couple joined their menfolk for lunch at Wood Farm.
Other members of the Royal Family who graced the event included the Duke of York and his daughters, Earl and Countess of Wessex, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, and Prince Charles. Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, who wasn’t present at the event is believed to have spent the holidays with her two children and five young grand children at her home in Wiltshire.
On the other hand, Prince William is set to announce whether he is going to stay in the RAF after his tour of duty ends in Septembers next month. The couple are also due to reveal when their first baby is due.
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