The Blog: About William and Kate

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

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Sunday, February 7, 2016

Duchess Kate Attends 75th Anniversary of the Air Cadets


Caption: Royal duty: Kate was appointed as Honorary Air Commandant in December taking over from the Duke of Edinburgh


Princess charming: Kate was all smiles at today's event as she wore her RAF brooch proudly 

She may have been keeping a relatively low profile of late but the Duchess of Cambridge made a colourful return today as she attended her first official engagement of the year.

The royal, 34, was elegant in a blue custom-made Alexander McQueen coat as she joined the Air Cadets to mark their 75th anniversary, as Honorary Air Commandant of the organisation.

Her perfectly coiffed locks were offset by a black Lock and Co hat and she wore an Air Cadets Dacre brooch, known to be the highest award any female cadet can achieve.

Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.

Cath Kidston (UK)

Saturday, February 6, 2016

The Queen is Presented with Two Cute Teddy Bears for Prince George and Princess Charlotte






Caption:Teddy bears presented to Queen Elizabeth II (Getty)

The Queen is presented with two teddy bears for Prince George and Princess Charlotte as she opens the Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House, just a few miles from Sandringham

The Queen was pleasantly surprised to receive two teddy bears created especially for Prince George and Princess Charlotte, saying the gesture was "very kind".

The Queen was presented with the gifts during her visit to The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House, which recently opened its new £3.4 million facility based in the village of Hillington, a little over three miles from the Sandringham Estate where the Queen spends much of winter.

While there, she met patients and bereaved relatives including Jack Plummer, nine, from King's Lynn, whose mother Amee Walton died from a brain tumour aged 29 in 2013.

He presented the Queen with two teddy bears - one for Prince George and one for Princess Charlotte - on behalf of bereavement charity Nelson's Journey.  Click link for full post from The Telegraph.

Friday, February 5, 2016

Prince Harry Visits Flood Victims in Lancashire


Caption: Prince Harry visited Lancashire to meet some of the flood victims 

Monsoon
PRINCE Harry charmed children and showed off his growing broodiness on a visit to flooding victims in Lancashire today.

MonsoonThe prince surveyed badly damaged homes and community buildings in St Michael's on Wyre and heard how residents are rebuilding their lives after terrible floods in December.

He changed his plans to meet crowds and families who had come to catch a glimpse of him, including 97-year-old Winnie Hodgson.

Harry, 31, has insisted he is not dating anyone but would like to get married and have a family and his natural rapport with children was evident during the visit.  Click link for full post from EXPRESS.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Celebrating the Queen's 90th Birthday: Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style From The Queen’s Wardrobe


Caption: The Queen at the British Embassy in Washington in 1957, wearing a pale green dress by Sir Norman Hartnell Photo: Rex/Royal Collection Trust 

New exhibition opening on Queen's 90th birthday tells stories behind some of the most spectacular dresses she has worn

When the Queen needed to wow the American people on her first visit to the US as monarch, she knew exactly who to turn to: Sir Norman Hartnell, the man who designed her wedding and coronation robes.

Vera Bradley Designs, Inc.The result was this stunning pale green crinoline evening dress hand-embroidered with sequins, pearls, beads and diamante designed to twinkle in the candlelight of a dinner with President Eisenhower.

More than half a century on, the dress, which has all the opulence of a previous Elizabethan age, is to go on display on the Queen’s 90th birthday in April at one of three exhibitions celebrating her life in fashion.

It will be one of the highlights of Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style From The Queen’s Wardrobe, which runs at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh from April 21 to October 16.  Click link for full post from The Telegraph.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Monarchy: The Royal Family....See Behind the Scenes of Buckingham Palace and the Queen at Work!

As the Queen celebrates her 90th birthday this spring, watch Monarchy: The Royal Family, which gives us an inside look at Buckingham Palace, the working Monarchy, the daily routine of the Queen, and the Queen's hardworking staff. Radley (UK)