Kate Middleton reveals ALL about Prince William's 'nightmare' habit

Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate the Duchess of Cambridge arrive at the Akrotiri Royal Air Force base near the south coastal city of Lima

As the gifts were handed out in the Sergeant's mess, Kate turned to some RAF personnel that included Squadron Leader Sarah Waghorn and others and joked about delivering the mail. While they were there, Prince William made fun of Middleton's outfit when he noticed that her ensemble matched the decor.

If you always imagined that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children sup nightly at a fancy banquet table, all fussy china and gilded tureens. well, maybe.

"Yesterday they were all talking about what we do at the party and I guess all the families are proud of what we do and serving. On behalf of everyone back home, we would like to say thank you".

Prince William said that his experience in the armed forces, most recently as an RAF search and rescue pilot, meant "we both know a bit of what it feels like".

On Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge, 36, stepped out in a very festive outfit that included an ankle-length pleated tartan skirt ($1,112) from one of her favorite designers, Emilia Wickstead. "Laughing, he added: "George said, 'if you see a see a helicopter take a picture for me".

Britain's Prince William right and his wife Kate the Duchess of Cambridge arrive at the Akrotiri Royal Air Force base near the south coastal city
Kate Middleton reveals ALL about Prince William's 'nightmare' habit

Kate has called out William for a bad habit.

"I'm sorry that we couldn't bring your families with us for Christmas".

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".

The Duke of Cambridge, 36, commented "My wife's camouflaged against the tree", as they posed for pictures with military personnel at RAF Akrotiri.

There's gratitude for you - you invite military families to a big Christmas party, and then someone thumps you with a snowball.

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