PUBLISHED: 20:46, Tue, Oct 6, 2020 | UPDATED: 20:46, Tue, Oct 6, 2020
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duchess of Cambridge are both world-travellers, jetting off around the world on royal tours. In recent years, Kate and her husband Prince William have taken the burden of much of this travel from the Queen who is now 94-years-old.
However, it seems one slightly embarrassing scenario has impacted both the Monarch and the Duchess while travelling.
It comes in the form of an unexpected wardrobe malfunction.
Both the Queen and Kate Middleton have been left pink-cheeked when an unexpected gust of wind sent their skirts flowing.
For the Duchess of Cambridge, this happened on her 2011 tour to Canada alongside husband Prince William.
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Royal travel: Queen Elizabeth II and Kate Middleton both suffered a wardrobe malfunction (Image: Getty Images)
Royal travel: Kate's skirt blew up slightly when on tour (Image: Getty Images)
She was wearing a pretty A-line skirt in a soft shade of yellow when photographers snapped the moment a breeze blew her way.
Similarly, the Queen was struck by a gale when visiting New Zealand in 1963.
Much like her grandson’s wife, Queen Elizabeth’s wardrobe malfunction was also snapped by the press.
In his book “Queen of the World”, author Robert Hardman documented the mishap.
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