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The Queen and Phillip poured over the card with joy. Made with colourful pieces of paper cut out and stuck on card, the homemade token was a sweet and meaningful gesture.
An image of the Queen and Philip with the card was posted on the Cambridge’s Instagram account with the caption: “Wishing a very happy wedding anniversary to Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh!
“Swipe to take a closer look at the anniversary card made by Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis for The Queen and The Duke.”
The image was also posted on the Royal Family official Instagram account.
Fans were quick to coo over the pictures. One wrote: “The fact they included The Cambridges in this special occasion is the cutest thing ever.”
Another said: “Beautiful, loving to see the card from George, Charlotte & Louis.”
Kate Middleton is a fan of crafts with the children. It’s something she has spoken out about in the past.
At an event last year Kate said she had been teaching the children how to do papier mache.
The Duchess made the revelation while visiting Alperton Community School in Brent.
She said: “It’s something I’m loving doing with the children – papier mache – I forgot how messy it is, but it’s really great.”
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Kate also discussed crafts with her children a number of years ago while visiting a homeless charity, The Passage.
She was making bracelets with beads when she told people at the event: “Charlotte would love making these.”
While at the event Prince William revealed his own craft skills are not up to par when doing some cutting out.
He said: “My son knows I’m useless at this. Catherine is the artsy one.”
Fans were fairly quick to notice there was no mention of Archie, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s child, in the post.
One Twitter user said: “I wish Archie was home to help his cousins make a card, but I digress.”
Other said: And none from Archie?”
Of course, the Queen has many, many great-grandchildren who were also not mentioned in the post.
These include the children of Zara Tindall, Mia Grace and Lena.
There are also Peter Phillip’s children with former wife Autumn, Savannah and Isla.
An expert reflected on the Queen’s relationship with her husband on their 73th anniversary.
Body language expert and author Judi James has analysed photos of the Queen and Philip over the years to mark their 73rd anniversary and shared her findings with Express.co.uk.
In her analysis, Judi touches on the challenges Philip may have faced given his “alpha male” attitude and the entrenched gender roles that existed at the time of the Queen’s accession.
Judi James told Express.co.uk: “One of the outstanding, defining qualities of the Queen’s reign has been continuity.
“Her core strength has been her resistance to change and innovation and she appears to have brought that same trait to her own marriage.
“Prince Philip was never going to be the easy option for a relationship where tradition would place him a few rungs lower than his wife in terms of status, power and authority.”
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