Kate Middleton Makes Error in Heartfelt Message to Transport Workers — See What Royal Fans Spot
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton has gone under fire after royal fans expressed their displeasure towards an error in her thoughtful message to transport workers.
Some royal fans were not so impressed after the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton made a mistake while passing across her heartfelt message to transport workers.
In her thoughtful Twitter post, Middleton took out time to acknowledge the good works transport workers did despite the influx of the novel coronavirus patients and the general effect the pandemic had on the country.
However her message was not well received by some critics who were dissatisfied by the mistakes in her write up. On social media, the critics wasted no time in pouring out the errors.
The royal couple, Middleton and Prince Charles have been busy with their three-day tour through England.
One person made it known that Middleton omitted the letter “e” in “the” as she penned her words in an official address. The person also noted that the duchess omitted “all” in her Twitter message.
More fans clamped down on the spelling error marking it known that spelling correctly was a priority. More fans agreed with this sentiment but also made sure to appreciate her heartfelt support.
th?👁 missing word "all" in the caption. pic.twitter.com/626qWVX402— emma17 (@emma1731941830) December 7, 2020
On the other hand, fans also noticed that Prince Williams was left handed as the picture of him signing his name on the official statement indicated. Many were impressed by this as other lefties on the timeline gushed over him.
For a while now, the royal couple, Middleton and Prince Charles have been busy with their three-day tour through England, helping citizens and fans with Christmas cheer.
Lovely gesture by them both. Missed out the N in country tho!.. still, very sweet and thoughtful to all these workers. Merry Christmas to you all 😊— pauline adams (@adams0jd) December 7, 2020
The pair was spotted sitting at the train station waiting for the royal train to arrive. The duke and his partner dressed up in black coats and other protective clothing items against the cold while their face masks were intact.
A few days ago, the couple arrived at Edinburgh where they honoured the individuals and organisations who put on tremendous efforts amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thank you to transport workers everywhere for keeping the country moving throughout this difficult year.— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) December 7, 2020
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!
William & Catherine
📍 London | #AllOnTheBoard 🚂 #RoyalTrainTour pic.twitter.com/99KVZ1ZxjK
During their 1250-mile train journey around the country, they were spotted at Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. They made it a priority to check on students, inquiring about their welfare and their mental health.
Middleton looked Christmassy in her red trench coat and a checked muffler around her neck. The 38-year-old looked as gorgeous as always holding her wavy hair back and slicking it in a mainstream style.
The couple were gracious with the students they met, asking them how their Christmas plans were and showing empathy at how the pandemic has affected the spirit of Christmas.