Published: Sat, August 24, 2019

No-frills Wills: British royals take commercial flight to see queen

No-frills Wills: British royals take commercial flight to see queen

According to the Daily Mail, they were so discreet while on board that none of the passengers was the wiser. William carried a few bags with a little help from George, while Charlotte excitedly trailed behind them.

"When I visited the women earlier this year I was struck by how the baking, itself, is a means of therapy for these women - which in many ways makes complete sense - feeling they had no control over their lives based on their previous (and often harrowing) circumstances, they found comfort in the measured nature of baking".

"Suddenly, Will, Kate, and the kids all got up, and left".

They added that Kate's mother Carole Middleton was also on board the plane. The family was escorted from the plane directly to their awaiting auto for the short drive to Balmoral. They just seemed like a family traveling together to be honest. Prince William and Kate Middleton joined Her Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh for lunch on Friday, August 23. "William and Kate flying on a budget airline proves you can do it, there was no trouble on the flight, and if there was they have their protection officers".

The news comes just days after Harry and Meghan faced intense scrutiny for using a private jet to fly to Nice, France with their newborn son Archie Harrison.

"I am deeply distressed by today's distorted and malicious account in the press surrounding the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's private stay at my home in Nice last week", he wrote.

Elton John, who provided the couple with a jet for transportation to his estate, later cleared the air, tweeting that he made the flight carbon neutral by making the appropriate contribution to the organization Carbon Footprint.

Celebrities and friends of the couple soon followed John's lead with Pink, Ellen DeGeneres, Jessica Mulroney, Jameela Jamil and Nacho Figueras all speaking out in defense of the couple.

For more than 150 years, the Scottish castle has served as a private retreat for the British royals.

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