William and Kate in snowball fight at Christmas party for RAF families

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In addition to all the fun, it was also a moving day for all in attendance. At the event, Middleton delivered a heartfelt speech on how hard it feels to be away from those who are serving in the military.

Kate told the guests: "William and I just wanted to pass on our huge gratitude to all of you here today".

Empathising with the time troops were spending away from their families in service to the country, she added: "Some of the children really understood what their mums and dads are doing and missed you all. The absence of people you love must be especially hard at this time of year or at those special family moments".

As artificial snow fell, William chucked artificial snowballs at a children's entertainer, and Kate was caught in the crossfire.

She was hit with a mock snowball, but it was all in good spirits.

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Before that, he jokingly offered to step out of frame so Kate could be photographed by herself.

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Her husband said: "We see our main function as giving my daughter and her husband peace of mind".

As the couple posed next to a Christmas tree for a photo op with military personnel, the Duke of Cambridge mocked his wife's apparel.

William and Kate made a whirlwind visit to the Mediterranean island to honour the sacrifices and commitment of the UK's military deployed across the globe.