The proud parents chatted happily about their children, with William telling pilots: 'I told George this morning we were going to see the pilots today, and he said "If you see a helicopter can you take a picture?"'
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited Cyprus to deliver gifts to United Kingdom service personnel who will be on duty - and away from family - at Christmas. And so do your families, some of whom we had the chance to meet yesterday at a party at Kensington Palace.
Children's entertainer George Whitefield, who put on the event, said Prince William 'saw I had some in my hand and he had a little mischievous nod and wink and looked like he wanted one to throw back at us'.
William began the visit by thanking the Armed Forces deployed overseas on behalf of the nation.
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The duchess dazzled once again in a pale blue embellished gown as she joined William for the annual white tie affair, looking sensational in the etherial dress by British designer Jenny Packham which featured a draped neckline and sheer cap sleeves.
There's gratitude for you - you invite military families to a big Christmas party, and then someone thumps you with a snowball. The royal couple also passed out presents to the Squadron 11.
He is grateful that he will be with family this Christmas, saying: "This year I was away for seven months on operations before moving here, so it's nice just to be back together again".
And William's wife confidently delivered a heartfelt speech paying tribute to military families who will be parted from their loved ones at Christmas. But People reports that during the festivities, Kate pointed out one of Prince William's very un-royal habit.