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Young joker photobombs Prince William during Wales's Boston tour

The Prince of Wales, 40, was sitting with mothers and children playing at the nonprofit called Roca, near Boston, when a young boy started pulling faces at the camera.

A child showed his fun side and photographed Prince William during his visit to a program to help young mothers this afternoon.

The Prince of Wales, 40, was sitting with mothers and children playing at the nonprofit called Roca, near Boston, when a young boy started pulling faces at the camera.

The toddler, whose name has not been revealed, made photographers laugh with his hilarious poses, as Prince William continued to talk to the other children, ignoring the youngster’s antics.

The moment of levity comes as Prince William and Kate Middleton’s tour was rocked earlier today with the release of an explosive trailer for brother Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming Netflix documentary.

The Prince of Wales, 40, was sitting with mothers and children playing at the nonprofit called Roca, near Boston, when a young boy started pulling faces at the camera.

The Prince of Wales, 40, was sitting with mothers and children playing at the nonprofit called Roca, near Boston, when a young boy started pulling faces at the camera.

The young child, whose name has not been revealed, made photographers laugh with his hilarious poses, as Prince William continued to talk to the other children, ignoring the youngster's antics.

The young child, whose name has not been revealed, made photographers laugh with his hilarious poses, as Prince William continued to talk to the other children, ignoring the youngster’s antics.

The Duke, 38, and Duchess of Sussex, 41, shared an intensely personal collection of never-before-seen photographs in the teaser.

They include an emotional Meghan becoming tearful and the prince and his wife posing up a storm in candid holiday snaps from their time in Botswana in 2016.

The young child sat at a table with Prince William, who was doing arts and crafts with the children and talking to them about their lives and their parents and how Roca had helped them.

Seizing the opportunity, the prankster tilted his head at the camera and went to wink at it, his finger near his eye to mimic a photographer taking a picture.

Kate looked particularly delighted to be spending time with a little girl, who happily strolled around the room as the couple chatted with Roca executives and founders.

Kate looked particularly delighted to be spending time with a little girl, who happily strolled around the room as the couple chatted with Roca executives and founders.

Prince William, who was very focused on his conversation with a little girl sitting next to him, didn’t notice what the boy sitting across from him was doing.

Kate and William’s unplanned walk outside Roca – a nonprofit focused on high-risk youth aged 16-24 at the center of urban violence – was filled with many reminders of the positive light in which the couple are held by their fans in the United States.

Many in the crowd had lined up for hours in freezing cold and winds just to catch a glimpse of the couple, never dreaming that they would actually have the chance to meet them.

Kate and William took part in an arts and crafts session with several young children in Roca, with the princess seen helping a youngster with paper shapes

Kate and William took part in an arts and crafts session with several young children in Roca, with the princess seen helping a youngster with paper shapes

Ashley Langan, 20, held a sign that read ‘Welcome to Boston Your Highness’ and was delighted that William and Kate stopped to admire it.

She told DailyMail.com: “It’s a dream come true, really.” If I had thought 10 years ago that this would happen, I wouldn’t have believed myself. I love them as a couple and the work they do.

Shouts of “William, Kate and you are so beautiful” echoed through the crowd, “We love you,” shouted another.

A woman told the princess she loved her work on early childhood, telling her: ‘As mothers to each other, we can always learn from each other.’

Katie Lummie spoke to the princess and then said: “She’s such an icon for women.”

William led the charge, gallantly pointing people with flowers in his wife’s direction and still picking up for her.

The walkabout came hours after the couple kicked off the second day of their three-day Boston tour – under the cloud of the release of Prince Harry and Meghan’s Netflix trailer.

But despite the controversy looming in the air, the couple showed courage by heading to Greentown Labs, a climate innovation company, where they were greeted by a young boy dressed as a member of the King’s Guard.

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The couple looked thrilled as they were introduced to eight-year-old Henry Dynov-Teixeira outside Greentown Labs in Massachusetts, where the youngster was waiting for the chance to show off his replica of a police uniform. King’s Guard – which included a fake bearskin. bright red hat and jacket.

After handing a bouquet of red roses to a smiling Kate, the cheeky Henry then asked her why the couple’s son Prince George hadn’t accompanied them on the trip, with the princess replying that he had to stay at home. home to go to school. .

Still, while young Henry was disappointed to have missed out on the chance to meet another future king, he didn’t let that dampen his joy at meeting the Prince and Princess of Wales, telling DailyMail.com: “Everything first, it was crazy to meet the Prince and Princess. It was crazy. I wasn’t really nervous now that I think about it when I did it.

He added, “I’m gonna scream and tell my best friend I’m famous now!”

Kate Middleton seemed determined to look relaxed during the event

The Princess of Wales put on a very stylish display during the visit

They seemed determined not to let the smiles fall from their faces as they made their second engagement of the day.

After their trip to Greentown Labs, Kate and William traveled to the nearby suburb of Chelsea, where they visited Roca, a nonprofit focused on high-risk young people aged 16 to 24 at the center urban violence.

There, the couple were pictured interacting with several young children, helping with an arts and crafts session. They also met with several women from the young mothers program, as well as current and former members of the organization’s young men’s program.

During this time, they had the chance to interact with several young children, Kate seeming particularly delighted to have the chance to spend time with a young girl who was toddling around the room as she and William spoke to several members of the program.

Roca is an organization working to reduce levels of trauma, violence and imprisonment, create sustainable jobs and improve parenting.

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The group also works closely with essential public systems such as police, judges, corrections officers and child protective services to help develop policies and practices that produce better outcomes for young people who are the main victims or drivers of violence.

Inside, William and Kate were introduced to CEO Molly Baldwin, who began her working life as a youth worker, founding the organization in 1988 to work with a small group of high-risk young people.

She and Dave Batchelor, the captain of the Chelsea Police Department’s Community Services Division, spoke about Roca’s inspiring work.

To William’s question: “What did you see that made you look at these guys and girls differently?” Dave replied, ‘They [Roca] don’t refuse to help, they continue right after. They know from brain science that your approach might not work the first time. You may have to chase them five, six, seven or more times, they never give up.

The Prince of Wales shared his own thoughts on the subject, saying: ‘He tries to get the message across that there is a gray area between when you look at a long person and see the gap between the potential that it has and the problems it causes. As a society, how do we approach this?

“There is so much going on between the two and there is so much potential there.

“Young people, the situations they’ve found themselves in means they immediately feel threatened, their brains are wired that way. It’s about pausing, or getting them to pause. Your results are quick considering what they’ve been through.

Meanwhile, the princess asked how society could help young people earlier in life – before they get to the point of needing help from an organization like Roca.

Sitting with a group consisting of two counselors and two young people who have been helped by Roca, the couple discussed more about the work of the organization.

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