Prince William & Kate


Kate Jogs on the Beach!!

Kate Jogs on the Beach!!
But the Royal couple didn't get any sand between their toes - choosing to keep their shoes on, in Kate's case a pair of wedge heels.Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA. Click pic for more pictures from The Telegraph.

Friday, April 18, 2014

Kate Teases William About His Hair!!!

William and Kate at the Sydney Easter Show in Sydney[PA]

She suggested the perfect solution for Prince William's growing bald patch - a toupee made from alpaca wool.

 "You need it more then me," she said, pointing to his head.

William, who has teased her mercilessly about her clothes, telling her she looked like a banana in a yellow dress and complaining that a dazzling green outfit was too bright, laughed and took it in his stride.

His brother Prince Harry is usually the one ribbing him about his hair loss, though he has gone quiet on that subject lately after developing a thinning patch himself.Click link for full post from EXPRESS.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Prince George Gets A Warm Australian Welcome -- and an Awesome Toy!!

Prince George was welcomed to Admiralty House by Australian Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove – and more importantly, a huge wombat cuddly toy.

The tiny royal has been given several gifts on the royal tour so far – a giant blue teddy bear, a miniature bike and helmet and a mini dinghy – but the cuddly wombat is bound to be his favourite.

William and Kate arrived at Admiralty House on Wednesday after attending a reception in Sydney Opera House – where Prince William gave a speech and the pair watched an Aboriginal welcome performance – and meeting the hundreds of well-wishers who had come to welcome the royals.
Clink for full post from Hello Magazine.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Prince William, Kate and Prince George say Good Bye to New Zealand

All eyes were on Prince George as he left New Zealand on Wednesday afternoon with his parents Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton.

The eight-month-old caused great excitement among royal watchers when he was seen being carried up the plane in the arms of his father William — a fresh change to when the royal family landed in Wellington at the start of their tour, with George being cradled by Kate. Click link for full post from Hello Magazine.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Prince William and Kate Attend Future Focus Lunch

Caption: The royal couple were in Christchurch to pay their respects to victims of the 2011 earthquake [SPLASH]

Inside the museum's main exhibition hall housing historic military aircraft, the couple joined 500 people at a Future Focus lunch, organised by the Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce to discuss ideas about how the city should be rebuilt.

Chamber of Commerce officials estimated the cost of rebuilding the city at 50 billion New Zealand dollars (£25 billion) including £10 million for housing and £7 billion for the central business district.

In his address the Duke also sympathised with the people of the Solomon Islands who have experienced two earthquakes in recent days and told the guest how during their tour they were "grateful for the way in which we have been made to feel so very welcome". Click link for full post from EXPRESS.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Prince William and Kate Visit Christchurch

Christchurch gave Prince William and Kate Middleton the warmest of welcomes as they arrived in the city on the next stop of their royal tour.

Flags and cheering crowds greeted the couple as they alighted from their car outside the Christchurch City Council building, where they were formally welcomed to Christchurch by Mayor Lianne Dalziel and elder members of the Ngai Tahu tribe.

 The Duchess of Cambridge made another flawless appearance as she joined her husband William on Worcester Boulevard. The 32-year-old chose a red Luisa Spagnoli suit cinched in at the waist by a black belt — the official colours of the region of Canterbury. She purchased the skirt suit by the Italian designer in Knightsbridge back in 2011 for £495, and first wore it during a visit to St Andrews in March of that year.
Click link for full post from Hello Magazine.

Portrait of the Queen

Portrait of the Queen
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge unveil a portrait of the Queen by New Zealand artist Nick Cuthell during a state reception at Government House in WellingtonPicture: MARK MITCHELL/AFP/Getty Images

The Royal Hair.......Beautiful!!!

The Royal Hair.......Beautiful!!!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge view the RNZAF Memorial Wall at Wigram Air Force Base, Christchurch during the eighth day of their official tour to New ZealandPicture: Anthony Devlin/PA. Click pic for Telegraph.



Wednesday 16 April – Sydney – reception at Sydney Opera House.
Thursday 17 April – Blue Mountains – visit to fire-damaged areas and meeting with community leaders.
Friday 18 April – Sydney – Royal Easter Show; children's hospice and surf life-saving display.
Saturday 19 April – Brisbane – Duke to visit RAAF Amberley; Brisbane Reception.
Sunday 20 April – Sydney – Easter Sunday church service; visit to Taronga Zoo.
Monday 21 April – day off for the family.
Tuesday 22 April – Uluru (Ayer's Rock) – visit to National Indigenous Training Academy and Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre, afternoon tea and tour.
Wednesday 23 April – Adelaide – tour of Northern Sound System and Adelaide reception.
Thursday 24 April – Canberra – National Portrait Gallery; Prime Minister's reception at Government House; tree-planting at the National Arboretum and Governor General's reception.
Friday 25 April – Canberra – ANZAC Day March and Commemorative Service at the Australian War Memorial.

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