Kate Middleton Had 6 Words for Prince William After the Platinum Jubilee Service — Lip Reader
- Kate Middleton and Prince William attended a National Service of Thanksgiving as part of Platinum Jubilee weekend.
- They were seen exchanging a few words as they exited St. Paul’s Cathedral.
- According to a lip reader, Kate Middleton remarked on how the service went after which Prince William gave directions.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s church service appearance marked just one of their many Platinum Jubilee weekend outings. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to St. Paul’s Cathedral for a National Service of Thanksgiving honoring Queen Elizabeth II. As they left, they could be seen chatting. According to a lip reader, Kate shared her thoughts on the jubilee church service while William said what to do next.
Kate Middleton and Prince William went to the National Service of Thanksgiving on June 3
A day after their children’s carriage procession debut, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were back celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s historic 70 years on the throne. They went to London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral on the morning of June 3, 2022, for a National Service of Thanksgiving.
Kate, wearing yellow head-to-toe, and William sat next to Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles for the 50-minute service. Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sat across the aisle with Princesses Beatrice, Eugenie, and their husbands.
At the end of the service, they exited St. Paul’s and headed off to a luncheon. But not before saying a few words to each other on the same steps where Harry and Mike Tindall had an awkward moment.
A lip reader says Kate Middleton and Prince William commented on how the jubilee service went as they left St. Paul’s Cathedral
Lip-reading expert John Cassidy told the UK’s Mirror what Kate and William said after the jubilee service. Cassidy shared that as they were walking out of St. Paul’s Cathedral Kate appeared to say, “It went very well, very well.” “Yes, perfect,” William replied.
Following their brief exchange, William waved to the crowd outside before turning to Kate and saying, “Wait for that to move, then we can go.”
Another lip reader decoded what Kate Middleton told Prince William on the Buckingham Palace balcony
Before William and Kate’s jubilee service appearance at St. Paul’s Cathedral, the royal couple had already made headlines at Trooping the Colour. Well, rather their youngest child, Prince Louis, did. The 4-year-old went viral on social media for his facial expressions during Queen Elizabeth’s annual birthday parade that kicked off the four-day weekend of platinum jubilee festivities.
The couple, plus their three children, stood on the Buckingham Palace balcony with Queen Elizabeth and other working royals. They watched a flyover and, similar to people on Twitter and Instagram, took notice of Louis’ behavior.
At the close of the weekend, William and Kate remarked on Louis’ Platinum Jubilee experience, saying their family had an “incredible time” but “especially” their youngest.