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The shots of the Duchess of Cam­bridge and her kids watch­ing Prince Wil­liam at the Maserati Royal Char­ity Polo (p. 6) were so re­fresh­ing. When I saw them I im­me­di­ately thought of sim­i­lar im­ages of Princess Diana in the 1980s danc­ing and play­ing shoe­less and un­in­hib­ited on the grass. The less pol­ished, less-than-per­fect, re­lat­able side of the roy­als is the side I just can’t get enough of. I par­tic­u­larly love the im­age of Prince Ge­orge be­ing chased by his sis­ter, Char­lotte—who looks to be such an en­er­getic, bold and, dare I say, cheeky lit­tle royal. Char­lotte gig­gled as she tum­bled down the hill and rus­tled through her mum’s hand­bag in search of things to play with. Kate, too, looked un­char­ac­ter­is­ti­cally care­free, perched on a muddy hill in fits of laugh­ter at her chil­dren’s per­for­mances. Hope you en­joy the is­sue.

2018 Prince Ge­orge and Princess Char­lotte clearly en­joyed the fam­ily out­ing, frol­ick­ing on the grass. 1989 Princess Diana was a hands-on mum to the young Princes.

1989 Diana showed off her care­free side, tak­ing part in a race for par­ents.

Kesh­nee Kemp, Editor & Con­tent Di­rec­tor

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