Emotions: Prince William and Duchess Catherine

New photos relating to the Taj Mahal visit of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were published. According to the Daily Mail; It was inevitable that the Taj Mahal visit of Prince William and Duchess Catherine of Cambridge became a stage for emotional moments because it had provided an impressive background for one of the most iconic photos of Princess Diana in the past. Prince William visited the same point where his mother visited 24 years ago. William tried to hide his feelings but was not successful at that, he turned his back to cameras, tried to wipe his eyes and wore his sunglasses.
New photos relating to the Taj Mahal visit of Prince William and Kate Middleton - Duchess of Cambridge were published.
New photos relating to the Taj Mahal visit of Prince William and Kate Middleton - Duchess of Cambridge were published.
New photos relating to the Taj Mahal visit of Prince William and Kate Middleton - Duchess of Cambridge were published.
New photos relating to the Taj Mahal visit of Prince William and Kate Middleton - Duchess of Cambridge were published.
Note: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry will host a dinner for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at at Kensington Palace on Friday April 22.

16 comments:

  1. Why photo's like this on the blog? Just gave Prince William a break. It is normal to feel sad and emotional to visit the iconic spot of your mother who he loved dearly. Don't published photo's like this on the blog, please

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    1. I agree. This is too far. That visit was probably so difficult for him. I don't mind tears of joy bUT not these kind of tears. It's intrusive.

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    2. I agree. Even Prince William should have his right to personal moments with his feelings. Every moment should not be spread on internet.

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  2. This kind of pictures make them so human!

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  3. To me it looks like he was just wiping the sweat. It was 41 degrees there.

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    1. pretty evident he's just wiping sweat after an hour outside!

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  4. It could be he was wiping sweat from his face. I think that day was over a 100 degrees. Sweat would gather around the frame of his sunglasses where it touched his face thus he would need to wipe off his face. Simple as that.

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    1. Well that may be right because look Kate is smiling in one. If so then these shouldn't be posted as him crying anyway

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    2. Agree. Look at Kate her face is red and flushed from the heat. So no tears here, just sweat! Some People have a tendency to over analyze pics and look for the devil in the details...

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    3. Journalists publish uncorrect or unchecked information too often. They are more often flesheaters than useful memebers of community.
      Prince Willim should have has some privacy no matter what.
      Privacy is a privilage that will become more and more needed in future.

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    4. After seeing pics from the same series in print in newspapers everybody could see they were both boiling over in the heat of sweat with red and flushed faces. After all they were sitting in the sun. Well all except this blog ;)

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  5. Sweat or tears - it is personal! Whatever it was!

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  6. That was very personal, sad moment for Prince William and the photos should not have been published.

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  7. hmm William and Catherine shows their human side but cmom tears or sweat

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  8. I personally think he was wiping sweat off of his face and his glasses got fogged up like they do in intense heat. I doubt he was crying but that makes news so that is what people would think.

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