Princess Charlotte waves from behind a helicopter as Prince William completes ‘perfect’ landing

Princess Charlotte arrived at the Commonwealth Games in style – flown in a helicopter by her father, Prince William, in Birmingham.

A video on the Cobra Emergency YouTube channel shows William landing at the Tally Ho training ground centre, which is used in a Bell 429 ‘GlobalRanger’ helicopter for West Midlands Police.

Eagle-eyed royal fan Charlotte in her striped Rachel Riley dress with her hair wavy in pigtails, sat at the back of the plane as it landed.

Commenting on the YouTube video, people praised William for his ‘perfect’ landing.

The Duke of Cambridge lands a helicopter smoothly over a football field before boarding a black Range Rover for the family to disembark and drive to the Sandwell Aquatics Center in Birmingham.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge traveled to Birmingham in a somewhat less exciting mode of transport, as she took the train.

Matthew Syed, 51, wrote in The Times that Kate had ‘fun’ things with her eight-year-old son, Ted, while he was traveling in first class.

Footage shows the Duke of Cambridge, 40, arriving in style as he helicopters down at the Tally Ho training ground used by West Midlands Police on Tuesday.

Footage shows the Duke of Cambridge, 40, arriving in style as he helicopters down at the Tally Ho training ground used by West Midlands Police on Tuesday.

William looked calm and exited the helicopter where Range Rover was waiting to take him to the Commonwealth Games

William looked calm and exited the helicopter where Range Rover was waiting to take him to the Commonwealth Games

People praise Prince William for 'perfect' landing on training ground

People praise Prince William for ‘perfect’ landing on training ground

After visiting her mother in Birmingham on Tuesday, seven-year-old Princess Charlotte enjoyed a day of swimming and watching hockey. Throughout the day she delighted royal fans with her enthusiasm.

Photos showed Charlotte’s fatigue later in the day when she began drawing funny faces at her mother – undoubtedly reminding parents of their kids everywhere.

But although Charlotte proved she can be just like any other child, a video of the princess arriving in a helicopter reminded royal fans that she’s still a VIP.

William, 40, seems to have ignored the wishes of his grandmother, The Queen, who reportedly doesn’t like seeing his family fly in helicopters.

Last December a source told Sun: ‘His Majesty has told close friends and courtiers that she wants William to stop flying himself, especially in bad weather, as helicopters are not the safest mode of transport.’

The source said that this made Rani ‘nervous’ and kept her awake at night.

Princess Charlotte, seven, gives a thumbs up to her father as the Cambridges watch swimming events at the Sandwell Aquatics Center

Princess Charlotte, seven, gives a thumbs up to her father as the Cambridges watch swimming events at the Sandwell Aquatics Center

Charlotte stole the show all day as she watched various shows with her parents and Wessex

Charlotte stole the show all day as she watched various shows with her parents and Wessex

The excitement of the day seemed too much for the young princess, who appeared exhausted as events drew to a close.

The excitement of the day seemed too much for the young princess, who appeared exhausted as events drew to a close.

There is already a common protocol among the royals that those in the line of succession should not fly on the same plane in the event of a disaster.

However, Prince William is a skilled pilot who has trained in the RAF and often flies his family in helicopters.

His skill was evident as he landed on Tuesday without a hitch.

After arriving at the Commonwealth Games 2022 with Kate and Charlotte, the Duke of Cambridge also met his uncles Prince Edward, 58, Sophie Wessex, 57, and his cousins ​​Lady Louise Windsor, 18, and James Viscount Severn, 14.

The Cambridges watched the men’s 1500m freestyle heat at the Sandwell Aquatics Center before going to hockey.

While Charlotte, who admitted that her favorite sport is gymnastics, appeared to enjoy swimming, the seven-year-old’s attention waned when hockey started.

The little princess stole the show in a series of hilarious photos, in which she looked a little tired and ready to go home.

Luckily for Charlotte, getting back to Kensington Palace in a helicopter will be a short trip.

Kate Middleton ‘funny chatted with eight-year-old boy’ in first class train carriage to Birmingham after going to her father’s bathroom, athlete reveals

An athlete has claimed that Kate Middleton “played merrily with an eight-year-old boy” on a first class train on her way to Birmingham for the Commonwealth Games this week.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 40, visited the city earlier this week to watch the tournament with their daughter Princess Charlotte, seven.

And today, 51-year-old Mathew Syed reveals how he and his son had a surprising encounter with their mother-in-law while traveling on a train on Tuesday.

writing about urgent meeting for many timesHe explained that he could hear someone laughing with his son while using the toilet – and was stunned to see that it was the royal himself.

He added that the two were ‘talking happily’ and adding ‘the whale of a time’, adding: ‘As I am doing my job, I hear him talking to a woman in the vestibule. ‘are you here alone?’ she asks. ‘No, my dad is there,’ – he says, pointing to the toilet.’

An athlete has claimed that Kate Middleton

An athlete has claimed that Kate Middleton “played merrily with an eight-year-old boy” on a first class train on her way to Birmingham for the Commonwealth Games this week.

Mathew explained that he and his son Ted were traveling in first class to watch the table tennis event at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday when he came to use the toilet.

The journalist wrote that the pair looked like they were taking a ‘whale of a time’ and laughed as they heard Ted telling Kate that her father had once won Commonwealth gold.

The two continued to talk, while Matthew dried his hands and exited the vestibule.

The former table tennis player said he was ‘stopped in his tracks’ as he turned to see who was entertaining his son.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 40, visited the city earlier this week to watch the tournament with their seven-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 40, visited the city earlier this week to watch the tournament with their seven-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte.

He wrote, “Kate?”, I was shocked. ‘There are no security guards in the vestibule; No armed guards. But here is the Duchess of Cambridge, who is having fun chatting with my son.’

Matthews said that while Ted didn’t know who he was talking to, the eight-year-old said ‘she was really nice’.

He praised the Duchess’s ‘character and sense of duty’, saying she didn’t know she was talking to a journalist’s son…the monarchy is in consummate hands.’

Kate was traveling with Prince William and his daughter Princess Charlotte for a day of royal engagement in the city.

The seven-year-old was on her best behavior, shaking hands with sports VIPs during the trip – and proudly revealed that her favorite sport is gymnastics.

Matthew Syed, 51, revealed he could hear someone laughing with his son when he used the toilet during a train trip to a Birmingham event earlier this week.

Matthew Syed, 51, revealed he could hear someone laughing with his son when he used the toilet during a train trip to a Birmingham event earlier this week.

During this week’s appearance, Kate paid an emotional tribute to her daughter as she wore the jewelry she wore at her christening for the occasion.

The Duchess opted to wear a set of jewelry that she first wore for Princess Charlotte’s christening in 2015.

The mother-in-law donated the dazzling jewelery set for her pair of £3,750 Mappin & Webb ‘Empress’ diamond carriage earrings and her matching £2,000 Empress Mini white gold and diamond pendant necklace.

The day began with a visit to the Sandwell Aquatics Centre, where the Cambridges were joined by Prince Edward, Countess of Wessex, and their children Lady Louise Windsor, 18, and James, Viscount Severn, 14, to cheer on athletes in several swimming heats Happened.

Kate traveling with Prince William and his daughter Princess Charlotte for a day of royal engagement in the city

Kate traveling with Prince William and his daughter Princess Charlotte for a day of royal engagement in the city

Charlotte gave an animated performance, gave her father a thumbs up, drew funny faces, and even stuck out her tongue as she soaked up the atmosphere.

After leaving the Aquatics Centre, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited an event supporting young athletes. Princess Charlotte was photographed on her best behavior shaking hands with SportsAid CEO Tim Lawler.

Elsewhere the young princess revealed that gymnastics was the sport she loved the most and attended a nutrition workshop that helped her parents put pictures of foods like nuts, bread and grapes into the right groups , whether proteins, carbohydrates, antioxidants or healthy fats.

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