Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Prince Harry visit the Blood Swept Lands And Seas of Red exhibition at The Tower of London to plant a ceramic poppy on Aug. 5. (Photo: WENN.com)
This summer has been a tough one for blog posts mostly because our royal family hasn’t done a whole heck of a lot.
There have been no Jubilee celebrations, no wedding, no births, no naked princes playing pool in Vegas, no topless duchesses vacationing in France.
The royals have been rather dull this summer.
They’ve made a few appearances, bombed a few photos and there was a low-key but well-attended first birthday for Prince George.
Despite the quiet, here’s a quick look back at the top five royal moments of the summer:
This April 2011 file photo shows Prince William at RAF Valley in Anglesey, Wales, where he flew a Sea King helicopter for search and rescue. (Photo: Andrew Yates/AFP)
Official word has come from Kensington Palace confirming rumours Prince William is going to become a helicopter pilot with East Anglian Air Ambulance.
He will undergo training and will start flying in the spring.
Prince Harry gets in on the photobombing action. (Photo: Facebook screengrab)
The Queen smiled sweetly over the shoulders of some unsuspecting Australian athletes taking a selfie last week – now her grandson has gotten in on the photobombing action.
We have to admit, though, Prince Harry is much more enthusiastic about his photobomb.
The Queen is a photobomber! (Photo: Twitter)
I love the smile.
During a walkabout while visiting athletes at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, on Thursday, the Queen photobombed two Australian field hockey players who were taking a selfie.
The photo was tweeted by athlete Jayde Taylor.
The Queen is clearly smiling and looking at the camera as Taylor and another athlete take the self portrait.
I love everything about this photobomb. Well done, Your Majesty.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is going on her first solo overseas trip this September. (Photo: Chris Jackson/AFP)
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, will be going to Malta this fall on her first solo international trip.