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Was this an aerial tribute to Prince George in the skies above Sandringham..?

PUBLISHED: 15:23 25 December 2013 | UPDATED: 15:23 25 December 2013

Is it a bird, is it a plane - or a pilot's tribute to Prince George high in the skies above Sandringham. Picture: Chris Bishop

Is it a bird, is it a plane - or a pilot's tribute to Prince George high in the skies above Sandringham. Picture: Chris Bishop

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An unknown pilot created what appeared to be an aerial tribute to Prince George as the Queen and members of the Royal Family arrived at Sandringham church for the Christmas Day service.

The mystery aerial well-wisher left a pair of kisses, before his aircraft zoomed away. Picture: Chris BishopThe mystery aerial well-wisher left a pair of kisses, before his aircraft zoomed away. Picture: Chris Bishop

Circling thousands of feet above as the Royal party greeted well-wishers on their way to church, the light aircraft left vapour trails in the azure skies above.

They appreared to be a baby’s head, followed shortly afterwards by a pair of kisses. The identity of the aircraft or its pilot are unknown.

E-mail the EDP’s Chris Bishop if you were the pilot or you know more about the stunt.


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