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We know the royals try not to spoil their kids, but it's also not clear if they're taking this Bravoleb's no Santa-route for 7-month-old Prince Louis.

On Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge, 36, stepped out in a very festive outfit that included an ankle-length pleated tartan skirt ($1,112) from one of her favorite designers, Emilia Wickstead.

William and Kate were delivering cards and gifts from back home after they hosted a party at Kensington Palace yesterday for children and partners of some of those based in Cyprus.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge cut a cake as they open the Oasis centre which is used by Serving personnel on the base as a recreation area at the Akrotiri Royal Air Force base during an official visit on December 5, 2018 in Akrotiri, Cyprus. The royal couple also passed out presents to the Squadron 11. The Duchess had a tiara handy the night before! Kate looked like a Disney Princess come to life wearing a dazzling bespoke gown by Jenny Packham and her late mother-in-law Princess Diana's favorite tiara, the Lover's Knot.

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It happened at an event in the grounds of Kensington Palace, where they staged a Santa's grotto for children with a parent based at RAF Coningsby or RAF Marham.

The mom of three paused in the celebrations to give a speech about the difficulties of having a service member in the family.

"But on behalf of everyone back home, we would like to say thank you", William said.

Kate went on to highlight how she had some idea how the relatives felt at this time of year as William, a former RAF search and rescue helicopter pilot, had served in the Falklands for six weeks in 2012. "The absence of people you love must be especially hard at this time of year. We should never forget our military families and all the service you do for us all".

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