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Holiday in the snow

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (R), pose with their children, Princess Charlotte (2L) and Prince George (2R), during a private holiday skiing at an undisclosed location in the French Alps on March 3, 2016. They all look warm, but Catherine's hands are going to feel cold if she doesn't put on gloves. / Photos from AFP / POOL / John Stillwell /

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Last week Prince William and his family went for a short holiday somewhere in the French Alps.

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Holiday in the snow

Last week Prince William and his family went for a short holiday. They didn't tell anyone until they returned home.

They went on a ski holiday somewhere in the French Alps. Again, they aren't telling exactly where they went.

If the weather is cold and the snow is dry, it is difficult to make a good snow ball, but it looks like Catherine succeeded.

Yesterday, they released six photos of their holiday, showing the Prince, his wife the Duchess of Cambridge and their children George and Charlotte.

Prince George is now 2 1/2  years old and his sister Princess Charlotte is 10 months old. They looked like they enjoyed the snow.

It is good that Princess Charlotte has her ears covered. If your ears get cold, they can really hurt.

It is fun to play in the snow – if you dress warmly. The two young children wore heavy winter clothes so they felt quite warm and comfortable.

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duchess (noun): the wife of a duke; a woman who has the rank of a duke - ภรรยาของท่านดยุค

exactly : in every way, or in every detail - อย่างแม่นยำ, ตรง

French Alps (noun): the French part of a large group of high mountains in Europe -

holiday (noun): vacation; a period of time when you are not at work or school - วันหยุด, วันหยุดเทศกาล

release : to allow something to be shown or known to the public or to be available for use - เปิดเผย, ปล่อยข่าว

succeed (verb): to achieve the goals you wanted to achieve - มีผลสำเร็จ, ประสบผลสำเร็จ, ประสบชัยชนะ


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