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Kate Middleton News Now: British Royal Takes Commercial Flight, Stuns Passengers

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Kate Middleton recently surprised commercial flight passengers of British Airways when she flew coach to return to the UK after going on her first solo engagement in the Netherlands.

Although accompanied by staff personnel, and standing out in her lovely skirt suit, Middleton left most of the passengers in a daze. Middleton spoke with a member of the flight crew before taking her seat. Though permitted to disembark ahead of the other passengers,the Duchess acted like a regular individual.

It will be recalled that months earlier, Prince William was likewise seen taking a budget-friendly airline to Glasgow with his bodyguard for a work-related undertaking.

Kate Middleton and Prince William have been busy lately shuttling from one country to another. They recently embarked on their Royal Canadian tour with their adorable kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte in tow. After that, the royal pair flew to Manchester and took the time to visit a hospice opened by Princess Diana back in 1991. They also visited the National Football Museum.

Wherever their official engagements take them, the British royals are often asked about the two tots. Doting dad Prince William has shared stories to the public about the interests of the two tykes. Princess Charlotte, he said, has taken a fancy for football, while her brother Prince George loves planes and fire trucks.

Royal watchers have noted with interest how Prince William has been taking his family duties quite seriously. He is intent on raising his children as good citizens who know the importance of  duty to others and country.

Kate Middleton has clearly been quite busy but does not show signs of jet lag after her trip to Canada with her brood. The Duchess has been dragged into controversial news such as the Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie divorce matters, as well as exaggerated statements pertaining to her own sister Pippa Middleton who is set to wed in 2017.

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