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The Royal Family wish 'Welsh followers' a 'very happy' St. David's Day

OHMYGOSSIP — The Royal Family have wished their “Welsh followers” a Happy St. David’s Day on social media.
The Kensington Palace Instagram account have posted a string heart-warming pictures of the Duke of Cambridge during his visit to Wales during this week to their official photo-sharing site alongside a sweet message to wish those who celebrate the Welsh annual holiday on March 1 a “very happy” day.
Alongside a string of pictures, which capture Prince William shaking hands with a group of children, as well as other images of the kids waving Welsh flags, it read: “Wishing all our Welsh followers a very happy #StDavidsDay #DyddGwylDewi (sic)
The post was also shared on their Twitter account, which came after they shared images of the hordes of people dressed in “daffodil and dragon costumes” during William’s recent trip to the country.
Alongside an image of children in their ensembles, Kensington Palace’s Official Twitter account wrote: “It’s daffodils and dragon costumes at the ready at Llanfoist Fawr Primary School in Wales for HRH’s @SkillForceUK visit. (sic).”
And the 34-year-old royal visit was in a bid to help launch the Prince William Award run by charity organisation SkillForce, which William is a patron of.
And the royals have publicly thanked all of those who attended the team building day and came to visit William – who has three-year-old son Prince George, and 22-month-old daughter Princess Charlotte with his wife the Duchess of Cambridge – and took part in building a tent whilst blindfolded, make marshmallow towers and play other games during his trip.
The Kensington Palace Twitter account, wrote: “Thanks to everyone who came to say hello in Wales. Find out more about @SkillForceUK & the Prince William Award at http://www.skillforce.org (sic).”

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