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Aberfan, Wales - APRIL 28: BABY GRABS KATE MIDDLETON’S MULBERRY HANDBAG
While the Princess of Wales was on a walkabout in Aberfan, Wales, 1-year-old son Daniel Williams who was accompanied by his mmother Lucy, took a shine to the Princess of Wales’ miniature £695 Mulberry handbag.
Kate parted with her handbag for a few minutes so the baby could play with it, before having it returned as she carried on her walkabout.
Kate Middleton and Prince William were on a visit to the Aberfan memorial garden, to pay their respects to those who lost their lives during the Aberfan disaster on October 21st 1966. The garden sits on the site of the Pantglas school which was tragically destroyed in a coal-tip landslide and led to the loss of 144 lives, including 116 children.
Photo: Ben Birchall-Pool/DiasImages

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Baby Grabs Kate Middleton's £695 Handbag
Aberfan, Wales - APRIL 28: BABY GRABS KATE MIDDLETON’S MULBERRY HANDBAG<br />
While the Princess of Wales was on a walkabout in Aberfan, Wales, 1-year-old son Daniel Williams who was accompanied by his mmother Lucy, took a shine to the Princess of Wales’ miniature £695 Mulberry handbag.<br />
Kate parted with her handbag for a few minutes so the baby could play with it, before having it returned as she carried on her walkabout.<br />
Kate Middleton and Prince William were on a visit  to the Aberfan memorial garden, to pay their respects to those who lost their lives during the Aberfan disaster on October 21st 1966. The garden sits on the site of the Pantglas school which was tragically destroyed in a coal-tip landslide and led to the loss of 144 lives, including 116 children. <br />
Photo: Ben Birchall-Pool/DiasImages<br />
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Mobile:  07775681153<br />
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