Wills and Kate's biggest (and littlest) fan waits to meet them in adorable ... trends now

Wills and Kate's biggest (and littlest) fan waits to meet them in adorable ... trends now
Wills and Kate's biggest (and littlest) fan waits to meet them in adorable ... trends now

Wills and Kate's biggest (and littlest) fan waits to meet them in adorable ... trends now

William and Kate will be greeted by a familiar sight during an engagement near Boston on Thursday - as a young boy dressed in the uniform of the King's Guard waits excitedly to greet them.

Henry Dynov-Teixeira, eight, was so impressed by the changing of the guard when he visited Buckingham Palace earlier this year that he asked his family for a costume - and was proudly wearing it, complete with bearskin, ahead of the Royal visit.

Henry, is from Somerville, Massachusetts, where the Prince and Princess of Wales are visiting a climate innovation company today.

Henry, who goes to the British International School in Boston, told DailyMail.com: 'I wanted this outfit because when we went to London we saw the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace and I decided that I wanted that costume. I had never seen it before.'

Henry joked that he loves the royal family so much because he 'wants to live in Buckingham Palace', which was 'really nice'.

His mom, Melissa Teixeira, 42, added: 'He goes to a British school so naturally we wanted to check out the UK and when we visited we were really excited about the changing of the guard.

Henry Dynov-Teixeira, pictured, donned a King's Guard uniform to welcome the Prince and Princess of Wales to an engagement in Boston on Thursday morning

Henry Dynov-Teixeira, pictured, donned a King's Guard uniform to welcome the Prince and Princess of Wales to an engagement in Boston on Thursday morning 

Henry attends a British school in Boston, and was bowled over by the changing of the guard during a trip to Buckingham Palace earlier this year

Henry attends a British school in Boston, and was bowled over by the changing of the guard during a trip to Buckingham Palace earlier this year

Kate and William are pictured arriving at Greentown Labs in Somerville, Massachusetts, on Thursday morning

Kate and William are pictured arriving at Greentown Labs in Somerville, Massachusetts, on Thursday morning

First-in-line to the throne William donned black Chelsea boots and a navy suit for the engagement, and was greeted by excited crowds

First-in-line to the throne William donned black Chelsea boots and a navy suit for the engagement, and was greeted by excited crowds 

Kate looked typically-elegant in a wine-colored trouser suit, pink pussy-bow blouse and wine-colored pumps which she accessorized with a matching Chanel purse

Kate looked typically-elegant in a wine-colored trouser suit, pink pussy-bow blouse and wine-colored pumps which she accessorized with a matching Chanel purse 

'We think the royal family are wonderful people. We follow them as much as we can and they've never before been to Sommerville.' 

William and Kate were greeted by huge cheers and applause as they arrived at Greentown Labs. The couple pulled up outside in a hybrid Range Rover, specially selected to match the climate message of their trip.

They shook hands with officials outside the building before turning to smile and wave at the huge crowds - triggering excited cheers.

British ex-pat Rebecca Wyman, 33,from London and her Australian friend Prue Clifford, 37, who live in Cambridge, Massachusetts, waved Union Jack flags as they awaited the royals' arrival.

Rebecca said: 'They have come to our home. We live ten minutes away - they have come to knock on

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