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Keep up-to-date with all of the latest news About William and Kate! The latest member of William and Kate's growing family has arrived, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana! And, Prince George is growing up fast, turning into a fashion ICON like his mother, HRH Duchess Kate! Also included in the blog will be The Queen, Prince Harry, and Kate's sister, Pippa Middleton. Visit Kate-Duchess of Cambridge, our companion blog for more pictures!
As we approach the Spring of 2015, we will be anticipating the birth of the latest member of the Cambridge family! And, Prince George is growing up fast, turning into a fashion ICON like his mother. - See more at: http://aboutwilliamandkate.blogspot.com/#sthash.RZJQuIdd.dpuf
As we approach the Spring of 2015, we will be anticipating the birth of the latest member of the Cambridge family! And, Prince George is growing up fast, turning into a fashion ICON like his mother. - See more at: http://aboutwilliamandkate.blogspot.com/#sthash.RZJQuIdd.dpuf

Princess Charlotte

Princess Charlotte
Princess Charlotte is set to celebrate her first birthday tomorrow and to mark the occasion Kensington Palace have released new pictures of the youngest member of the royal family. In one of the pictures Charlotte, wearing a little pink cardigan with a matching pink bow in her hair, can be seen pushing her walker across a lawn. In another she gazes thoughtfully at the camera and appears relaxed and happy - perhaps because her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, was the one behind the lens. The royals released the images this morning on their Twitter account and said: 'The Duke and Duchess are delighted to share new photographs of Princess Charlotte. The Duchess took these pictures of her daughter in April at their home in Norfolk.' Click pic for more from The Daily Mail.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Happy Birthday Princess Charlotte!


Curious: Princess Charlotte gazes at the camera in this photograph taken by her mother the Duchess of Cambridge to mark her birthday 

Princess Charlotte is set to celebrate her first birthday tomorrow and to mark the occasion Kensington Palace have released four new pictures of the youngest member of the royal family.

In one of the pictures Charlotte, wearing a little pink cardigan with a matching pink bow in her hair, can be seen pushing her walker across a lawn.

In another she gazes thoughtfully at the camera and appears relaxed and happy - perhaps because her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, was the one behind the lens.

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A third photograph shows her leaning on a wooden chair, this time wearing a cream cardigan over a blue dress with a blue ribbon clip in her hair and the final photograph shows Charlotte's startling resemblance to George as she clambers on a wicker chair, playfully glancing back towards the camera.

Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.



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Saturday, April 30, 2016

Fun-Loving Prince Harry Asked if He Would Ever be King!


Children at Lambs Lane Primary School were invited to put forward questions, and Tristan took the opportunity to ask: ‘Are you ever going to be king?’ - and looked disappointed to learn that he would not 

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Prince Harry high-fived a cheeky schoolboy who asked him if he would ever be king, and told him: ‘You'll be glad to know, probably not’.

The fun-loving royal grinned at the question from nine-year-old Tristan after he said he would ‘love’ Harry to become the monarch.

Harry, 31, was filming a special edition of Sky Sports show Game Changers at Lambs Lane Primary School in Wokingham, alongside Invictus Games competitors and dozens of pupils.

Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.

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Friday, April 29, 2016

The Queen and Prince Harry Respond to President & Mrs Obama's Invictus Games Challenge (Very Funny)!


Caption: The Queen and Prince Harry watch Obama's message


Caption: The Queen laughs off the Obama boasting to 'bring it' at the Invictus Games

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Click for Video Posted by Kensington Palace for the Queen's and Prince Harry's Response.

HER Majesty has issued a comeback to the presidential couple after appearing alongside her grandson in a sassy clip.

Responding to an earlier video message by the man in the White House, who told Prince Harry to “Bring it”, the Queen responded by simply saying: “Oh really? Please.”

As the Invictus Games approaches in just over a week’s time, President Obama and his wife sent a special video message to the 31-year-old Prince on twitter.

Flanked by military personnel, Michelle directly addresses the Prince, saying: “Hey Prince Harry, remember when you told us to bring it at the Invictus games?”

Before the President warns: “Be careful what you wish for.” The prince posted alongside the 40 second clip: “Unfortunately for you @FLOTUS and @POTUS I wasn't alone when you sent me that video.”

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As the camera pans out, it is revealed that he is joined by none other than his grandmother, otherwise known as Queen Elizabeth II.  Click link for more from EXPRESS.

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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Kate to Open Up The Magic Garden, a Children's Garden at Hampton Court


Caption: Fit for a prince! The enchanting-sounding Magic Garden will officially open at Hampton Court Palace next week. 

While George is just about old enough to enjoy it, soon-to-be one Charlotte is still too young With two small children, the Duchess of Cambridge is well placed to know whether a children's attraction is likely to prove a hit or not.

So perhaps it's not surprising that Kate, 34, has been asked to unveil a brand new attraction at one of the country's most famous royal palaces.

The Duchess will travel from her home in Norfolk to Hampton Court Palace in Surrey on Wednesday next week to open The Magic Garden. 

The brand new playground has been designed by award-winning landscape architect of RHS Chelsea, Robert Myers, and is included in the ticket price for visitors to the popular tourist attraction, which dates back to 1514.

While George, at two, is old enough to enjoy the attraction, which recreates what it might have been like to live as Henry VIII did in his stately Tudor Court, sister Charlotte, who turns one on Monday, doesn't make the 2-13 age limit.

The fun-packed garden has been created in the palace's one-time tiltyard, which would have been used for tournaments and jousting. Read more: Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.

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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Prince Harry Promotes the Invictus Games



Prince Harry Hits the Airwaves!  Prince Harry and UK team captain David Wiseman chat about the upcoming Invictus Games which will be held in Orlando, USA in May, on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show on @bbcradio2 this morning.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Queen Bans Fleet of President Obama's Helicopters Landing at Windsor Castle


Caption: The Queen and Prince Philip greeted the Obamas as they stepped of their heli at Windsor Castle 

THE Queen banned Barack Obama’s fleet of helicopters from landing on the lawn at Windsor Castle after scorching the grass five years ago.

Her majesty called the US president’s bevy of choppers “over the top”, meaning the Secret Service had to rethink their plans to land about six aircraft in the 300-year-old gardens of her main residence during his tour of the UK this week.

The Queen put her foot down and said there was no chance his extensive security backup would be accompanying him to Windsor Castle.

She said only three helicopters, including the president’s personal aircraft Marine One, could land on the lawn when Mr Obama, 54, and his wife, Michelle, 52, came for dinner with the Queen and Prince Philip to celebrate her 90th birthday.

Her insistence came after the president’s helicopters damaged the grass when half a dozen of them landed during his last visit in 2011.  Click link for full post from EXPRESS.

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