Prince William and Kate Middleton
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Kate Middleton and Prince William are making sure that everyone can enjoy the festive season, including those whose family members are currently deployed. Kensington Palace announced this week that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge plan to host two extra special Christmas parties—one in London, and one in Cyprus—for Royal Air Force service members and their families. It’s particularly heartwarming to hear, as Kate and William are placing a real focus on children at the parties.

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According to Harpers’ BAZAAR UK, “The party will feature stalls where children can decorate stockings, make snow globes and craft Christmas crackers. There will also be a photo booth and post box at the event for attendees to send personalized messages to loved ones serving in Cyprus.”

Basically, William and Kate’s Christmas parties for RAF personnel will try to ensure that no-one is forgotten this festive season.

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The Duke and Duchess will also officially open the Oasis Centre at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus, which is a new chill-out area for personnel when they aren’t on shift. Just call them Mr. and Mrs. Claus.

This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar US.