This Throwback of William & Harry With Diana Is Everything

Lawrence Kim
September 10, 2019

Move over Barbie dolls, insane wheels cars and posters of astronauts on the walls of your bedroom because unicorns are the new cool!

People were, of course, pleased with the latest work done on behalf of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Princess Charlotte is only four but is full of personality.

For eagle-eyed observers, you might have noticed an accessory on Charlotte's bag in Kate's hand: a sequin unicorn keychain, it turns out that the little munchkin loves unicorns. On 999 Day later today The Duke will visit @TheFirefightersCharity at Harcombe House in Devon to hear about the support that the centre provides to members of the fire and rescue service and their families, and meet representatives from across the emergency services sector. Princess Charlotte's First Day at School!

In honor of the special occasion, the Kensington Royal account shared a sweet throwback photo of Prince William and his younger brother, Prince Harry, in pale blue coats wearing silver helmets and posing on a fire truck with their cousins.

Admiring some children's artwork, William spotted a unicorn horn made from colourful balls and said: 'My daughter loves unicorns. Loves them. Very frigid'. But mostly, everyone was happy to see a photo of Princess Diana with her boys.

While other members of the royal family carry high-end designer handbags, Charlotte's insanely cute purse is totally affordable and retails for less than United States dollars 10 on Amazon.

The purse, which is also covered in sequins, can be changed from white to pink in colour with the swipe of the hand.

The facility is the home of the Firefighter's Charity and the prince made the visit in honour of Emergency Services Day, which pays tribute to the work done by the police, fire and emergency medical workers and William praised their "bravery and dedication".

Prince William was visiting the organization Shout UK on Monday after announcing a partnership with the emergency services community.

Ahead of the engagement, William said in a statement: "As a society, we owe our wellbeing, and indeed our lives, to the men and women in our emergency services who work tirelessly to protect us in some of the most hard circumstances".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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