Prince William avoids wearing kilt as Major Johnny Thompson looks dapper in Scottish outfit

Prince William avoids wearing kilt as Major Johnny Thompson looks

Prince William has no intention of exhibiting his legs by following a royal custom in Scotland.

King Charles and Queen Camilla have been joined by the Prince and Princess of Wales at a nationwide service of thanksgiving at St Giles’ Cathedral, as a part of Royal Week.

In the course of the ceremony, the King was offered with the Honours of Scotland – the oldest Crown Jewels on this planet – and new music was written specifically for the event.

In line with, males within the Royal Household sometimes put on kilts when they’re in Scotland marking a centuries-old custom.

The publication reported that Prince William and Prince Harry  have by no means been seen sporting kilts since they entered maturity. 

The monarch was just lately photographed  sporting a kilt, following within the footsteps of his father Prince Philip, who marked the custom which has stood for generations, courting again to Queen Victoria’s reign.

When the King acquired Scotland first minister at Palace of Holyroodhouse, his equerry Main Johnny Thompson was additionally seen sporting kilt.

Royal followers stated the officer of the fifth Battalion Royal Regiment of Scotland regarded dapper within the costume.

Prince William and Harry wore them after they have been kids and it is not identified why the Princes of Wales avoids donning the Scottish costume.

His unwillingness to put on kilt additionally raises query whether or not he wouldn’t put on it when he turns into the king.