The Duchess of Cambridge is photographed giving her husband Prince William what’s been described as ‘a mildly disapproving look’ as they joined other members of the Royal Family at Sandringham on Christmas Day. Most men will recognise ‘the look’. It’s the kind our wives or girlfriends bestow on us in public — especially on solemn occasions — when they wish us to note their displeasure discreetly. Perhaps they’ve noticed that, despite their earlier insistence, we’ve gone ahead and worn the loud socks they dislike. Or, they have worked out that we’ve had a quick drink while they were attending to their appearance. See the latest news and style updates from the Duchess of Cambridge Slipped smile: The Duchess of Cambridge was photographed giving Prince William ‘a mildly disapproving look’ Later, when we’re out of public sight, we’ll get both barrels. But in the meantime, it is enough that we are chilled by their icy displeasure, much scarier for being contained. Another question arose at the weekend: is William now less interesting to the public than Kate? They posed for a family Christmas card with their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, but two newspapers deleted William from the picture they… Read full this story
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