The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, recently noted that her youngest son is "getting to be a big boy."
Sqn Ldr Waghorn, 34, whose 80-year-old father David Waghorn had met the royals at their Christmas Party, said: "They said their parcel service "really was royal mail". Thank you for your commitments and thank you for your sacrifices.
It happened at an event in the grounds of Kensington Palace, where they staged a Santa's grotto for children with a parent based at RAF Coningsby or RAF Marham.
"We are in your debt and Catherine and I feel very lucky to be able to spend time with you today".
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The party was held as part of two days of engagements with RAF families as a way of saying thank you to 7,500 military personnel now serving overseas or away from home.
Prince William and Kate are travelling to RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus where they will bring the troops some messages from their families in the UK.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to Cyprus on a royal day trip during the week, as you do, and while they were there, they showed just how endearing they are. But I can't imagine how it feel when your loved ones are away on active service during Christmas.
Over Christmas, 11,000 men and women will be deployed by the Army, Royal Navy and RAF in 35 countries, Prince William said in a brief speech. The dad of three spoke to RAF crew members during his engagement, revealing that George had told him that he preferred helicopters over the more glamorous jets like Typhoons - which fly from the base he was visiting. In the hopes of honouring the family members and kids of military personnel stationed in Cyprus, who sadly won't be home for the holidays, Prince William and Kate put on a holly jolly bash - and there may have been a few too many sweet treats...