It is said that they are behind the scenes on mischief, but it looks like the influence of their sister-in-law Meghan on the Duchess of Cambridge acts.
Kate, 36, arrived in Cyprus this afternoon to visit RAF staff wearing a very Meghan-like ensemble of black, wide-legged pants made from a white silk top and a recycled khaki blazer by Canadian brand Smythe duration.
While the Duchess of Cambridge used to wear dark skinny jeans and jeggings for royal engagements, this is probably the first time she wore black suit pants during an official royal enticement.
Law Meghan, 37, has made the style a staple of her royal wardrobe and regularly wears official trouser suits.
And the broad-legged style is her special favorite, which has been worn many times since she had taken on royal duties a year ago.
You have style notes from Meghan? The Duchess of Cambridge today seemed to dominate her sister-in-law's style when she came to Cyprus wearing black, wide-legged trousers
37-year-old Meghan has made the trousers a staple of her royal wardrobe and breaks with the royal tradition of clean shift dresses: Image: Participation in the WellChild Awards in London in September
The Duchess of Sussex wore black wide-legged pants 2018 (left) during her visit to POP Brixton in January. Right: Meghan wears a similar style on her first official visit to Edinburgh in February 2018
In fact, smart pants have become a trademark for Meghan. The Duchess opts for evening suits if other royals had appeared.
However, it was not a complete departure from her usual fashion for Kate, as she once again showed her frugal side by recycling an old blazer.
The Canadian brand Smythe is also popular with Meghan, although Kate has worn the label for a long time before her sister-in-law came to market.
The Duchess of Cambridge is no stranger to wearing jeans in royal engagements, and she wore a skinny pair of Zara for her return to her royal duties in October, the birth of her third child Prince Louis (left). She also put on blue skinny jeans for the Torch Relay in London's Olympic Park in 2012 (right)
The Duchess put on her trusty khaki jacket with Smythe's golden buttons, which she wore in 2016 on a royal tour of Canada. [19659002SiesahperfektabgestimmtausundpassteihrekhakifarbeneWildledertascheundAbsätzezuihremBlazeranalssiebeiRAFAkrotiriaufdemVoyager-FlugzeugderRegierunglandetendasnachfünfstündigemFlugvonderköniglichenFamilieunddenMinisterneingesetztwirddasVereinigteKönigreich
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to to give Cyprus a whirlwind visit, the RAF personnel who will be away for Christmas from their families a festive cheer.
"Your work is done without fanfare": Prince William thanks British troops For the sacrifices they make over Christmas while he and Kate visit the RAF base in Cyprus to give them gifts given to them by their families work is done "without fanfare".
William said, "All this work is done without fanfare. You are not looking for praise for your contribution. It's not about credit or recognition – it's all about service. As we approach Christmas, Catherine and I believe that praise for your work and recognition of your sacrifices is exactly what you owe them all.
"From my time in uniform, we both know what it feels like to reconcile your job responsibilities with your family life. They all set the duty first. And also your families, whom we met yesterday at a party at Kensington Palace.
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A royal adviser said Prince William had been trying hard for some time for the RAF community do.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Arrive Visit a Christmas party for the families of RAF Akrotiri staff
Prince William and Kate smile when they arrive for their official visit to RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus
"We know that this is not easy for you or your wives, husbands, children and friends in the UK. In the name of everyone at home we would like to thank you.
& # 39; Thank you for your dedication and for your sacrifices. We are in your debt, and Catherine and I are very happy to be able to spend time with you today.
The couple's Royal Mail special flight was loaded with gifts and cards for employees of their families.
Many had received them yesterday at a party they threw in Kensington Palace for the wives, husbands, children and parents of men and women of RAF Coningsby and RAF Marham, who will spend Christmas outside their home.
Kate and William talk to army officials at Akrotiri Royal Air Force Base near the southern coastal town of Limassol today
"A lovely Christmas for you all," said William, "though it's too early to say … but we will not see you."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrives at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus today to meet military personnel stationed abroad
The couple had a short private assignment before it went
The Duke of Cambridge today speaks members of 31 Squadran and other operational personnel in a hangar at RAF Akrotiri
On arrival at the base, the couple had a short private briefing before going into a hangar to meet some soldiers and women in the base.
They started with a group of RAF support staff, including Tina Hays of RAF Marham, who has a son at the age of 12.
She said to Kate, "I have been in the military for 15 years and have had several missions abroad. But I think the older they get, the worse it gets. It's very difficult to get away for Christmas, but we try to solve it on holidays and so on.
She later said that the couple "really" sympathized with the difficulty.
Sergeant Karl Noakes, 33, also of RAF Marham, said he received two pictures of his daughter Alysia yesterday at the palace
The Duke and Duchess of Laughter as they meet members of Squadron 31 and other operational personnel in a hangar today
The Duke of Cambridge thanked in the name of the nation at the British forces verseas this Christmas
The couple came with Christmas gifts for the RAF staff of 11 Squadron, a Typhoon fighter based in RAF Coningsby [19659075TheDukeaformerRAFSearchandRescuehelicopterpilotsaidthemilitarysaid"Pleasedonotpraiseforyourcontribution"” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
. After William met with the RAF Akrotiri and other troops in a hangar, William praised Britain's military efforts
. Kate and William acknowledged the pledge and sacrifices of British personnel who had overseas for Christmas
Wilhelm's words came as he and Kate visited Cyprus for a military-whirlwind tour to meet with RAF staff.
He said, "It's a tough one. I've been traveling a lot and it's never been easy, but now I'm a completely different dad. My little girl now asks for me when we speak and even plays her mother against me when he plays.
"It is all around difficult. I'm totally in admiration for what my wife Nicole does when I'm not her. & # 39;  & # 39; You are not looking for praise for your contribution: Prince Williams Speech
Thank you for welcoming Catherine and me here today.
At any point in the world, men and women of the British military can work to protect the security and interests of our country.
Over 11,000 sailors, soldiers, airmen and marines are deployed during the festive season by all three services. 30 operations in 35 countries around the globe from Somalia and South Sudan to Kuwait and Ukraine.
Here in Cyprus you support Op Shaders and the global effort to defeat the IS.
Almost 1,000 army personnel are in Afghanistan to train our allies. Another 1000 are deployed to support the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic. Another 1000 are directly involved in the fight against Daesh and train local security forces in Iraq and throughout the Middle East.
All this work is done without fanfare. You are not looking for praise for your contribution. It's not about credit or recognition – it's all about service.
But as we approach Christmas, Catherine and I believe that praise for your work and recognition of your sacrifices is exactly what you deserve.
From my time in uniform, we both know what it feels like to reconcile your job responsibilities with your family life. They all set the duty first.
And also your families, whom we met yesterday at a party at Kensington Palace.
We know that this is not easy for you or your wives, husbands, children and friends in the UK.
On behalf of everyone at home we would like to thank you.
Thank you for your commitment and for your sacrifices.
We are in your debt and Catherine and I are very fortunate enough to spend today with you.
Corporal Noakes, who will not return to his family until February, praised the Duke and Duchess for organizing yesterday's party and said, "It meant so much to everyone. My daughter had so much fun, but was shaken last night. I think they really understand how it is for us all. "
William and Kate chatted happily about the party. "Yesterday, a lot of chocolate and marshmallow were drunk. The kids have become wild! & # 39; The prince said.
"It was nice to see that they had so much fun," Kate added.
"A very Merry Christmas for all," William said, "though it's too early to say … But we will not see you. So until the day on ice!
Scott Stewart, 33, of RAF Spadeadam, Cumbria, spoke with William and Kate when they visited a base aircraft trailer shortly after their arrival.
The father of three told Royals how happy he was Seeing his children at the age of six, three, and 26 weeks when he came home in two weeks.
Scott, a communication specialist with Expedition Wing No. 903, said, "William and Kate Here's a huge boost for all here.
"As a former soldier himself, he talked to us about how he understands that it's hard to be away from our families."
"Kate said that they like the time especially in the world very much it is great to see the sacrifices we all make here.
"I am fortunate enough to go home for Christmas, but many people will not be."
"Everyone misses their families Friends, but we all do the job in d he hand and with good luck I can put my kids FaceTime before school and at bedtime, and it's the little things that really matter to be the center of attention here. "
No. 903 Expeditionary Air Wing is an expedition wing of the Royal Air Force. He is currently at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus and is tasked with conducting operations against the terrorist organization Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
Another soldier from the 2nd Battalion The Mercian The regiment called Jesse (not the surname) saying it was "important" that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge needed the time to travel to base.
He said, "We've just returned from Afghanistan three months ago We were stationed in Kabul and are now waiting to go home in two weeks.
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During the festive season, 11,000 sailors, soldiers, and aviation people