Laughter is the secret royal weapon, as these uproarious pictures show

We are VERY amused! How humour is the secret weapon of the Windsors, as these uproarious pictures show

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She has many accomplishments and talents, including her natural grace and dignity, playing the piano, art and photography.

But another key quality was on view last week when the Princess of Wales met the stars at the Royal Variety Performance at the Albert Hall – an sense of humour combined with an outsized and infectious laugh.

It’s been said before that Catherine and William’s ability to smile together is one of the things that holds them together so tightly as a unit, but humour appears to be a key weapon for the Princess in public, too.

Not that she is alone in that, as laughter – the more uproarious the better –  is something that generations of royals have agreed upon, as these pictures show. 

The Princess of Wales seems in paroxysms of laughter with singer Paloma Faith at last weeks Royal Variety Performance at the Albert Hall

Is it something I said? Prince Philip seems to have hit the Queen’s funny bone as he poses before the Grenadier Guards ceremonial review at Windsor Castle in 2003

The late Duke of Edinburgh could certainly get snappy, but he liked a good laugh, too, as he showed at the wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor in May 2019

The height of amusement – as Kate is lifted up for a lineout drill during an England rugby training session at Twickenham last year

Prince William roars with laughter meeting PJ and Abdul at the Centrepoint homelessness charity for young people  in January 2017

Like her racing manager, John Warren, the Queen laughs in delight as horse Sign Manual bears down on the finishing line to and win the Dreweatts Handicap Stakes at Newbury in April 2013

There’s widespread amusement at this year’s Braemar Gathering – but no one seems quite so helpless with mirth at King Charles

Mike and Zara Tindall share an uproarious sense of humour, as shown here at a celebrity golf event in 2015

Princess Beatrice seems keen to share the joke on the first day of  Ascot this year

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, centre, jokes with Willie Carson, left, and Sir Nicholas Soames for the King George Weekend at Ascot in July 27, 2019

Charles seems ticked by whatever Prince William has on his phone to show him during the Invictus Games in 2014

A lovely image of Prince George having a chuckle with Page of Honour, Ralph Tollemache

Lady Louise Windsor could not hold back the laughter on day 4 of the Royal Windsor Horse Show at Home Park, Windsor Castle on May 15, 2022

Princess Anne And Andrew Parker Bowles finding something very amusing at The Cheltenham Festival Race Meeting

Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh seems to be crying and laughing as she met Edna Farley face-to-face on her 90th birthday. the Duchess had been in regular phone contact with Edna during the pandemic since getting in touch through the Royal Voluntary Service Check In and Chat scheme

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