The Duchess of Cambridge presents a shamrock and a pat on the head to The Regimental mascot Irish
Hound as the 1st Battalion Irish Guardsmen look on during the annual
Irish Guards’ St Patrick’s Day Parade at Household Cavalry Barracks |
March 17, 2017
‘To Pippa’s sister, such ability – a beautiful drawing of St Mark’s church in the order of service.
James Matthews during his wedding to Pippa Middleton, praised the artistic skills of his sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge, who had sketched St Mark’s church for the cover of the order of the service. The picture below shows the sketch was quite intricate and detailed.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge takes a drink of Guinness as she meets with soldiers of the 1st battalion Irish Guards in their canteen following their St Patricks day parade at Cavalry Barracks on March 17, 2017 in London, England.☘️
William (Duke of Cambridge) has developed a new ‘stomach-pat ritual’ to
help him cope when he is anxious or in discomfort reveals body language
expert as she gives her verdict on the Cambridge’s first official
engagement since the Duke’s antics in the Alps x
'William also seems to have developed a new, stomach-pat ritual which he
uses several times on this outing. Like his father he’s always employed
small self-comfort hand gesture rituals.’
'With Charles it involves pocket-patting and fiddling with a cuff or
wristwatch strap. But this is more pronounced that usual. Self-patting
like this is often a sign of discomfort or even anxiety.
Chest-patting is usually more about arrogance and ego, but stomach-pats
are the opposite and can create the opportunity to form a small,
momentary barrier that makes the patter feel safer.’ -