Month: November 2015

The Duke of Cambridge is coming to Birmingham for a series of engagements

The Duke of Cambridge is coming to Birmingham for a series of engagements

Prince William
The Duke of Cambridge is coming to Birmingham for a series of engagements Duke of Cambridge to visit football project among other schemes Prince William will visit the city on Monday, December 7 to meet young people involved in the Football For Peace project. He will be at Saltley Academy where he will attend a special peace football tournament. The Duke, an Aston Villa fan, has been a regular visitor to Birmingham over the years and visited with his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, in August 2011. The football project is run by ambassadors who attend workshops and organise mini peace tournaments based on equality, diversity and inclusion for young people. Football for Peace, a national charity, has engaged seven schools in Birmingham both male and female between the ages of 14 and ...
Cape Town – Prince Harry on Monday morning met with Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town to chat about the Tutu Legacy Foundation and the work they do

Cape Town – Prince Harry on Monday morning met with Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town to chat about the Tutu Legacy Foundation and the work they do

Prince Harry
Cape Town – Prince Harry on Monday morning met with Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town to chat about the Tutu Legacy Foundation and the work they do HRH met the Tutu Legacy team before sitting down for tea with the Archbishop, his wife and Executive Director of the Tutu Legacy Foundation, Rev. Mpho Tutu. Throughout his visit to Cape Town, Prince Harry will be carrying out engagements to learn more about a range of social issues facing young people in South Africa today, and the work being done to address them. Harry spent the weekend in Paarl where he took part in the annual Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup, which was held on African soil for the first time at the Val de Vie Estate. Source: channel24 co za
The Duke and Duchess continue to receive warm messages about Princess Charlotte from all around the world and they hope that everyone enjoys these lovely photos as much as they do

The Duke and Duchess continue to receive warm messages about Princess Charlotte from all around the world and they hope that everyone enjoys these lovely photos as much as they do

Duchess Catherine
The Duke and Duchess continue to receive warm messages about Princess Charlotte from all around the world and they hope that everyone enjoys these lovely photos as much as they do Princess Kate has a holiday gift for royals fans. She and husband Prince William have released two new shots of little Princess Charlotte on Sunday.   The photos were taken by Kate, 33, at home at Anmer Hall, Norfolk, earlier this month. Charlotte, who turns 7 months old on Tuesday, is seen in a floral dress and pink cardigan with just the slightest hint of a smile in the first shot – and a full-on grin in the second. “The Duke and Duchess continue to receive warm messages about Princess Charlotte from all around the world and they hope that everyone enjoys these lovely photos as much as they do.” I
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William's privacy is threatened yet again

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William's privacy is threatened yet again

Duchess Catherine
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William's privacy is threatened yet again The latest reports claim that the Duchess of Cambridge is panicking that her deep, dark secrets will be doling out of the closet as her personal diaries have been stolen in her English countryside home. On the other hand, Prince William fears for his wife's safety. According to the latest royal rumour, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge is "terrified" because her personal diaries have mysteriously disappeared and now, the mother-of-two is apparently panicking that her deepest secrets including "sex life" might be soon doing the rounds on the web. The diary is described as "10 volumes of Catherine Duchess of Cambridge's deepest secrets" and is allegedly filled with intimate secrets about Catherine Duchess o...
Photographed by an adoring Duchess of Cambridge, six-month-old Princess Charlotte also very much fits her father’s description of her as a ‘little joy’

Photographed by an adoring Duchess of Cambridge, six-month-old Princess Charlotte also very much fits her father’s description of her as a ‘little joy’

Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana
Photographed by an adoring Duchess of Cambridge, six-month-old Princess Charlotte also very much fits her father’s description of her as a ‘little joy’ With her sweep of dark hair and sparkling eyes, she is most definitely her mother’s daughter. But her twinkling blue eyes are inherited from her father, while her chubby cheeks and infectious smile look just like big brother George’s. The two new photos of the fourth in line to the throne were released by Kensington Palace yesterday as a means of thanking the public for its support and interest since the couple’s daughter was born on May 2. They were taken by keen photographer Kate, 33, at Anmer Hall, the Cambridges’ ten-bedroom Norfolk mansion, in early November. The couple are basing themselves there with their family while William w
Photographed by an adoring Duchess of Cambridge, six-month-old Princess Charlotte also very much fits her father’s description of her as a ‘little joy’

Photographed by an adoring Duchess of Cambridge, six-month-old Princess Charlotte also very much fits her father’s description of her as a ‘little joy’

Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana
Photographed by an adoring Duchess of Cambridge, six-month-old Princess Charlotte also very much fits her father’s description of her as a ‘little joy’ With her sweep of dark hair and sparkling eyes, she is most definitely her mother’s daughter. But her twinkling blue eyes are inherited from her father, while her chubby cheeks and infectious smile look just like big brother George’s. The two new photos of the fourth in line to the throne were released by Kensington Palace yesterday as a means of thanking the public for its support and interest since the couple’s daughter was born on May 2. They were taken by keen photographer Kate, 33, at Anmer Hall, the Cambridges’ ten-bedroom Norfolk mansion, in early November. The couple are basing themselves there with their family while William w
Princess Beatrice was spotted weaving in and out of shops in trendy Notting Hill as she shopped for Christmas presents

Princess Beatrice was spotted weaving in and out of shops in trendy Notting Hill as she shopped for Christmas presents

Princess Beatrice
Princess Beatrice was spotted weaving in and out of shops in trendy Notting Hill as she shopped for Christmas presents The royal, 27, was in high spirits as she walked the length of Portobello Road, visiting a number of shops. Wearing a khaki and black winter coat, a black skirt and wedged boots, she laughed and joked with her bodyguard. The princess was surprisingly sprite as she shopped despite being out until the early hours at her favourite private members' club, Loulou's. She was spotted leaving the club as she clung onto her pal Alice Naylor-Lealand as she navigated the street. Beatrice giggled as she leaned on her pal, who was dressed in a shaggy fur coat, white lace dress and carried a quilted Chanel bag. Alice is married to Tom Naylor-Leyland, who is heir to one of Britai...
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William sure know how to make the world smile

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William sure know how to make the world smile

Duchess Catherine, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana
atherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William sure know how to make the world smile On Sunday, the official Twitter account for the royal family released two adorable new photos of the couple's youngest child, 6-month-old Charlotte, which were taken by the Duchess of Cambridge herself earlier this month. "The Duke and Duchess hope everyone enjoys these new photos of Princess Charlotte as much as they do," the tweet read. The first photo is a beautiful snapshot of Charlotte on a plaid chair, wearing a fuzzy pink cardigan over a floral dress. Looks like she gets her sense of fashion from her always-stylish mama! But those gorgeous baby blues are definitely from dad. In the second photo, Charlotte appears as happy as ever, smiling big alongside a furry stuffed dog toy.   As ET...
Glorious tribute: How the stamps could look when the commemorative set of four generations of Royals is issued to mark the Queen’s birthday next year

Glorious tribute: How the stamps could look when the commemorative set of four generations of Royals is issued to mark the Queen’s birthday next year

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Glorious tribute: How the stamps could look when the commemorative set of four generations of Royals is issued to mark the Queen’s birthday next year Happy 90th, Your Majesty – by heir mail The Royal Mail is set to provide a glorious tribute to the Queen on her 90th birthday by issuing commemorative stamps of Her Majesty and three future Kings. The Queen, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George were all brought together recently for a group photograph. The line-up will be split into four separate stamps, each featuring one of the Royals. And during the photo session, two-year-old George had to stand on a pile of books to raise him to a similar height as his father, grandfather and great-grandmother. All four generations of Royals were first pictured together at Clarence
Prince Harry's former flame Cressida can't resist a selfie with LeBron James

Prince Harry's former flame Cressida can't resist a selfie with LeBron James

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Prince Harry's former flame Cressida can't resist a selfie with LeBron James Chuka Umunna shows me he is a man of the people – even if he's a bit out of date with EastEnders. Nothing ever works in fashion, the success rate is so minuscule. Great British Sewing Bee presenter Patrick Grant reveals to me that he's in the wrong business! I like to be called Dame Bassey, not Dame Shirley. So address me that way please!' Not, strictly speaking, correct – but whatever the formidable Dame Shirley Bassey prefers is fine by me! My old professor, when I was a student at Cambridge, said to me, 'Never forget, you're the descendant of Herodotus shouting in the market place.' And that's why I shout at my students. Simon Schama shares his rather unconventional teaching methods with me. Source: DAI