Prince William was given a helicopter for his birthday in 2014 by his grandmother the Queen. When he flies helicopters for the Royal Air Force, the helicopter is bright yellow and Prince William wears a green flying suit. Here, he has the green suit on, but is seen flying a full range of brightly-coloured helicopters. He generally wears a helmet when flying, but in this design he's got a crown on to identify him as a Prince!
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Prince William flying brightly-coloured flying machines (helicopters)
I'm Amanda - an artist, designer and maker - living by the sea in Ramsgate, Kent in the United Kingdom. Most of my designs are hand-drawn or hand-painted initially. Some use photographs. As a quilt-maker, I love fabric! Please message me here or contactShop amanda_jane_textiles
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