The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, along with volunteers, staff, and children who are a part of their Charities Forum, spent a fun day with Shaun the Sheep.
Shaun the Sheep is a well-known British television series, which was originally a spin-off of Wallace and Gromit. The stop-motion animated series features Shaun and his fellow flock members living everyday British farm life – with an always-funny twist! Shaun was recently featured in a 2015 feature-length film.
After a warm welcome, William, Kate, and Harry enjoyed a viewing of the upcoming special Shaun the Sheep: The Farmer’s Llamas. Following the film, they attended a model-making and craft activity workshop along with children from their charity patronages.
During the workshops, the Duchess of Cambridge participated in a very exciting project – a special animated video!
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) October 26, 2015
William, Kate, and Harry also had their hand at “welly wanging”, which none of them appeared to be very good at! Always good sports, they tossed a few wellies and enjoyed a laugh.
Following the more “fun” activities of the day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry met with their Charities Forum, a biannual meeting of their charitable patronages. The goal of these meetings is to collaborate and form relationships within the different organizations they support.
For today’s very fun event, Kate chose a colorful Tabitha Web dress, Jimmy Choo “Aimee” pumps, and her Mulberry clutch. She accessorized with her sapphire earrings and Cartier watch.
It was another very fun event, and we love seeing William, Kate and Harry together!
Latest posts by Christine (see all)
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Birmingham - November 22, 2017
- The Royal Family Celebrates the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh’s 70th Wedding Anniversary - November 20, 2017
- WWKD Editor’s Gift Guide 2017 - November 19, 2017