One Loves A Good Selfie, Doesn’t One?
Each year, well-wishers gather along the path to St. Mary Magdalene Church on Queen’s Elizabeth’s Sandringham estate to see members of the royal family. This year, 12-year-old Madison Lambe worked up the courage to ask Prince William if he wouldn’t mind posing with her for a picture.
The future king kindly obliged, allowing Lambe to snap a few photos of them together.
“You can’t beat a good selfie on Christmas Day,” the Duke of Cambridge told the Lincolnshire resident.
“He didn’t seem bothered that I asked him, he was really nice,” Lambe told the BBC, adding that her mother dared her to ask either William or Her Majesty for a photo.
“I took down some flowers and there were a lot of other children there. When William got down to where I was stood I asked him if I could have a picture and he said “yes.’
“I didn’t really expect it. It was a really good experience.”
William is preparing for a 10-week customized course at the University of Cambridge, where he will study agricultural management. He will split his time between his namesake city and London through mid-March. In April, he and the Duchess of Cambridge (along, most likely, with Prince George) will tour Australia and New Zealand.