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viernes, 8 de julio de 2016

Prince George: Oh no, it's the terrible twos! Prince George throws a right royal tantrum as he joins the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the first day of the International Air Tattoo

Oh no, it's the terrible twos! Prince George throws a right royal tantrum as he joins the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the first day of the International Air Tattoo

  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are enjoying a day out at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucestershire
  • Prince George accompanied his parents at military air show at RAF Fairford - the largest event of its kind in the world 
  • After arriving the normally impeccably-behaved youngster threw a tantrum before being picked up by his mother
  • The Duke of Cambridge showed his son the inner workings of a Squirrel helicopter and cockpit of a Red Arrow Hawk
  • Show includes celebrations to mark 75th anniversary of RAF Air Cadets - of which Kate is Honorary Air Commandant 
  • Family chatted to Carol Vorderman, cadet ambassador, who said it was 'fantastic' to meet Kate, William and George

Prince George stole the show today as he joined his parents for a fun day out at a military air show - but the normally impeccably-behaved youngster could be seen throwing something of a tantrum shortly after his arrival. 
The young Prince looked adorable in navy shorts and a white T-shirt with his customary Start Rite shoes as he arrived at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucestershire with his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
However, not long after the family made their way to the show the two-year-old was swept up into his mother's arms after he began crying.   
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The normally impeccably-behaved youngster could be seen throwing something of a tantrum shortly after his arrival - and was swiftly picked up by his mother
The normally impeccably-behaved youngster could be seen throwing something of a tantrum shortly after his arrival - and was swiftly picked up by his mother
Prince George clutched his mother's hand at the Royal International Air Tattoo - although the youngster was then in tears
Prince George clutched his mother's hand as he arrived at the Royal International Air Tattoo - although shortly after, the youngster was then in tears 
The young Prince looked in adorable shorts and a white T-shirt with his customary Start Rite shoes as he clutched his mother's hand as they arrived at Duchess of Cambridge at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucestershire with Prince William today
The young Prince looked in adorable shorts and a white T-shirt with his customary Start Rite shoes as he clutched his mother's hand as they arrived at Duchess of Cambridge at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucestershire with Prince William today

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After a teary arrival at the air show, Prince George was soon back to his well-behaved self, as his father showed him around a Squirrel helicopter
After a teary arrival at the air show, Prince George was soon back to his well-behaved self, as his father showed him around a Squirrel helicopter
But after a teary arrival, Prince George was soon back to his well-behaved self, as his father showed him around the helicopters and aircraft on display. 
Kate, wearing a blue Stella McCartney dress, black jacket and nude heels, put on a gold hairband after stepping on to the blustery airfield.
She is patron of the Air Cadet Organisation, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary, and met cadets who have spent the past week erecting tents for the Gloucestershire event.

George, carried by William, pointed and waved as Kate chatted to the cadets and television star Carol Vorderman, who is their ambassador.
The toddler was handed a pair of blue ear protectors and a blue piggy bank, part of a range of memorabilia for the anniversary.
The Duke of Cambridge showed his son the inner workings of a helicopter and the cockpit of a Red Arrow Hawk
Prince George walked around with his father, Prince William
The Duke of Cambridge showed his son the inner workings of a helicopter and the cockpit of a Red Arrow Hawk
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the Royal International Air Tattoo with Prince George - who later broke down in tears before being swept up by his mother 
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the Royal International Air Tattoo with Prince George - who later broke down in tears before being swept up by his mother 
Prince George kept a tight hold of his father at the event
George wore protective ear mufflers to shield him from the noise - and kept a tight hold of his father throughout the event 
Prince George clearly enjoyed sitting in a helicopter at the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford
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Prince George clearly enjoyed sitting in a helicopter at the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford
Prince George walked around the air show with his mother
Prince George clutched his mother's hand throughout the event
Prince George walked around the air show with his mother, clearly enjoying looking around the helicopters and aircraft 
His parents remained as calm and composed as ever following Prince George's mini-tantrum - which he soon recovered from before enjoying the day's events 
His parents remained as calm and composed as ever following Prince George's mini-tantrum - which he soon recovered from before enjoying the day's events 
The two-year-old, wearing a white T-shirt and dark shorts, was pictured being led by the hand across the airfield after the family were greeted by Air Marshal Sir Kevin Leeson and Air Chief Marshal Andrew Pulford
Vorderman said it was 'fantastic' to meet Kate, William and George along with Dawn McCafferty, commandant of the Air Cadets.
'She is patron, Dawn runs the Air Cadets now and I am ambassador and honorary group captain so we had the three women together,' she said.
'I think it is a highly important message for the RAF. The recruitment of girls to the Air Cadets had gone up rapidly over the past six years.'
Vorderman was introduced to George by William and spoke to the toddler as his mother talked to the cadets.
'It was lovely because obviously they are a flying family,' she said.
'I think now that once you have the bug it is a shared love and everybody in the air force is the same - there's nothing like it.
'Prince William was saying to George 'This is Carol, she flies an aeroplane as well'. George is obviously keen on aircraft apart from the noise.'  
And George got a closer look at a Squirrel helicopter - the same aircraft William trained in while he was based at RAF Shawbury in 2009
And George got a closer look at a Squirrel helicopter - the same aircraft William trained in while he was based at RAF Shawbury in 2009
Kate recycled a blue Stella McCartney dress she's worn on two previous occasions
Kate, wearing a blue Stella McCartney dress, black jacket and nude heels, put on a gold hairband after stepping on to the blustery airfield 
Family outing: After he arrived, the toddler was handed a pair of blue ear protectors and a blue piggy bank, part of a range of memorabilia for RAF anniversary
Family outing: After he arrived, the toddler was handed a pair of blue ear protectors and a blue piggy bank, part of a range of memorabilia for RAF anniversary
Prince George was quite the grown up as he shook hands with a pilot as his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge looked on
Prince George was quite the grown up as he shook hands with a pilot as his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge looked on
The pair looked cute with their matching, colour-coordinated blue outfits
The noise seemed to prove too much for Prince George
The pair looked cute with their matching, colour-coordinated blue outfits - and the noise seemed to prove too much for George
Prince George soon cheered up as he walked around the airfield with his mother, who is patron of the Air Cadet Organisation
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Prince George soon cheered up as he walked around the airfield with his mother, who is patron of the Air Cadet Organisation
A spokesman for Kensington Palace said, the Duke and Duchess 'know that George will enjoy seeing the aircraft up close'
Prince George was pictured being led by the hand across the airfield
A spokesman for Kensington Palace said the Duke and Duchess 'know that George will enjoy seeing the aircraft up close'
Kate took over as Honorary Air Commandant of the Air Cadets in December - and is already relishing her role
Kate took over as Honorary Air Commandant of the Air Cadets in December - and is already relishing her role
A statement from Kensington Palace ahead of the outing said: 'The Air Tattoo is a fantastic family-orientated event. The Duke and Duchess know that George will enjoy seeing the aircraft up close.' 
This year's air show includes special celebrations to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets, with a group of young cadets set to take to the skies with the Red Arrows.
Kate took over as Honorary Air Commandant of the Air Cadets in December. 
The Duke of Cambridge showed his son the inner workings of a helicopter and the cockpit of a Red Arrow Hawk as the family enjoyed a trip to the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford.
Prince George was pictured being led by the hand across the airfield after the family were greeted by Air Marshal Sir Kevin Leeson, chairman of the RAF Charitable Trust, and Air Chief Marshal Andrew Pulford, Chief of the Air Staff, RAF.
They met members of the Red Arrows display team in front of a Red Arrow Hawk, shortly before they took part in the show.
And George got a closer look at a Squirrel helicopter - the same aircraft William trained in while he was based at RAF Shawbury in 2009.
William served with the RAF's Search and Rescue Force from 2010 to 2013, based at RAF Valley in Anglesey. 
Kate clearly did her best to keep the two-year-old happy as they strolled around the blustery RAF Fairford
Kate clearly did her best to keep the two-year-old happy as they strolled around the blustery RAF Fairford
The most advanced fighter jet in the world, which can take off and land vertically, will be one of the star attraction at the three-day airshow.
It is the first time the £70m Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II has taken part in a display outside the U.S. 
The Royal International Air Tattoo is staged in support of the RAF Charitable Trust, which aims to support the RAF and encourage interest of the aviation industry among young people.  
The theme of this year's show is The Next Generation: Inspiring Innovation. 
The toddle looked adorable as he held onto his mother - who looked chich in her blue Stella McCartney dress, black jacket and nude heels
The toddle looked adorable as he held onto his mother - who looked chich in her blue Stella McCartney dress, black jacket and nude heels
Prince George, carried by William, pointed and waved as Kate chatted to the cadets and TV star Carol Vorderman, who is their ambassador
Prince George, carried by William, pointed and waved as Kate chatted to the cadets and TV star Carol Vorderman, who is their ambassador
Carol Vorderman said it was "fantastic" to meet Kate, William and George along with Dawn McCafferty, commandant of the Air Cadets 
Carol Vorderman said it was 'fantastic' to meet Kate, William and George along with Dawn McCafferty, commandant of the Air Cadets 
The Duchess of Cambridge is patron of the Air Cadet Organisation, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary, and met cadets who have spent the past week erecting tents for the Gloucestershire event
The Duchess of Cambridge is patron of the Air Cadet Organisation, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary, and met cadets who have spent the past week erecting tents for the Gloucestershire event
Carol Vorderman was introduced to George by William and spoke to the toddler as his mother talked to the cadets
The family showed their support at the Royal International Air Tattoo, which is staged in support of the RAF Charitable Trust
The trio enjoyed the day out at the charitable event
The family showed their support at the Royal International Air Tattoo, which is staged in support of the RAF Charitable Trust

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