Kate Middleton was snapped in a lovable embrace with her father-in-law while attending the No Time To Die premiere.
Gracing the No Time To Die premiere, Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton had a royal family reunion right in front of the cameras on Tuesday night.
The paparazzi turned their erratic flashes away from the stars of the upcoming James Bond movie as the four royals made their entrance, the Express reports.
The Duchess of Cambridge wearing a golden regal gown from British designer Jenny Packham, was seen greeting Prince Charles with a kiss on the cheek and a quick loving embrace.
The four of them have reportedly been closer than ever since Harry and Meghan decided to take a step back from their royal duties and move to California.
Charles is known for spending time with his grandchildren George, 8, Charlotte, 6 and Louis, 3.
To the extent that Middleton herself tends to call him “Grandpa.”
Back in July, lip readers told Cornwall Live the Duchess greeted Charles by saying: "Hello Grandpa! How are you?"
They then shared a private conversation.
The exchange took place at a garden party hosted by the Prince and attended by the royals and Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Cornwall.
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According to Kate, her father-in-law was still very involved with his grandchildren throughout the different lockdowns in 2020.
As William and Kate sat down on Zoom for an interview with the BBC, she said: “I think your father, and my parents, and our families and things like that have really loved keeping in touch with the children, because they know it's really hard.”
The news comes following reports the Duchess wowed in a "power move" sparkling golden dress at the premier as a commentator has pointed out its hidden message from the future Queen.
Royal columnist Daniela Elser speculated that the designer dress could be more than a gorgeous get-up as she claims it was a "declaration of intent."
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