ALL eyes were on Kate Middleton and Prince William as they attended the service of thanksgiving for the Queen at St Paul’s Cathedral yesterday.
After the service, the royal couple beamed and chatted on the steps of the cathedral, and a lip reader claimed William gave Kate clear instructions for what to do next.
Prince William spoke to Kate Middleton as they stood on the top of the steps at St Paul’s CathedralCredit: Splash
Prince William is said to have told Kate to wait before they moved, according to a lip readerCredit: PA
Speaking to the Mirror, lip reading expert John Cassidy said Kate, 40, praised the service saying: “It went very well, very well”.
William, 39, is said to have replied to his wife saying: “Yes, perfect.”
William then waved to the crowds, and then turned to Kate and said: “Wait for that to move, then we can go.”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined other members of the royal family on the second day of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The monarch herself was not in attendance after experiencing “discomfort” during Trooping the Colour on Thursday.
Kate and William’s conversation isn’t the first dialogue that a lip reader has picked up from the Jubilee.
As he left St Paul’s cathedral Harry, 37, got the chance to chat to the Queen’s granddaughter, 41 where he apparently made a comment about her appearance.
Professional lip reader Jeremy Freeman revealed to the Mirror that Harry told Zara: “You’ve lost some weight.”
Zara, who had recently given birth to her son Lucas when they last met, replied: “No I haven’t, how do you know?”
According to Freeman, Harry responds: “I know, nice in pink! I didn’t know whether you’d wear blue, pink, orange, green,… grey.”
Freeman says that Meghan, 40, was also keen to compliment Zara, apparently telling the equestrian she “looked great.”
Princess Charlotte stole the show as she joined big brother George, mum Kate Middleton and dad Prince William at Cardiff Castle today.
As she stepped out of the car, royal watchers were convinced they spotted the seven-year-old attempting a curtsey in front of a navy cadet before he shook her hand.
Taking to Twitter, royal reporter Rebecca English wrote: “I think #PrincessCharlotte went to do a little curtsey, bless her! #PlatinumJubilee.”
lip reading expert John Cassidy said Kate, 40, praised the service saying: ‘It went very well, very well’Credit: PA
William, Kate joined other members of the royal family on the second day of the Platinum Jubilee celebrationsCredit: AP
The Cambridges today visited Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration ConcertCredit: PA
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