Duchess Catherine paused her royal tour with Prince William to hand write a personal message on a TFL board at Euston station in London.
- The Duchess thanked transport workers who have kept the country going throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
- The heartfelt message was shared on the Cambridge's Twitter account on Monday morning.
- This follows royal news that Duchess Catherine and Prince William kicked off their royal tour with a very special guest.
What did Duchess Catherine's handwritten note say?
Kate wrote: "Thank you to all transport workers everywhere for keeping the country moving throughout this difficult year.
"Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!"
Both Catherine and William then signed off the message with their names.
Thank you to transport workers everywhere for keeping the country moving throughout this difficult year.Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!William & Catherine📍 London | #AllOnTheBoard 🚂 #RoyalTrainTour pic.twitter.com/99KVZ1ZxjKDecember 7, 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kicked off their three-day festive Royal Train Tour on Sunday night.
They surprised commuters at London's Euston station with a performance from 80s pop star, Shakin’ Stevens.
The couple dropped a major hint that Merry Christmas Everyone is their favourite festive bop by inviting the pop star along to raise Christmas spirits as part of their Royal Train Tour - the first tour of its kind since the global pandemic began.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are using Her Majesty’s Royal Train to make the 1,250-mile trip across Scotland, England and Wales to shine a spotlight on those who have gone “above and beyond” during these testing times.
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