Month: January 2016

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, who celebrates her 34th birthday on Saturday, and husband Prince William are preparing for a big day – Prince George’s first day of school

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The royal family is set for another big year! Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, who celebrates her 34th birthday on Saturday, and husband Prince William are preparing for a big day – Prince George's first day of school. The royal parents will take the 2-year-old prince to his first day of nursery school later this month. The young royal is set to attend the Westacre Montessori School in East Walton, which is a short drive from the family's grand country mansion, Anmer Hall. Princess Charlotte also has an important day ahead of her – the baby princess will celebrate her first birthday on May 2, which will be a momentous date for the family. Both special occasions come during a year that will see celebrations for Queen Elizabeth. The royal turns 90 on April 21, but the country will mar
Adding to the list of stars you never thought would go for the chop is the Catherine Duchess of Cambridge

Adding to the list of stars you never thought would go for the chop is the Catherine Duchess of Cambridge

Duchess Catherine
She debuted the new look at the ICAP Charity Event in London, which she attended with Prince William. And styled the new hair look with an emerald green LK Bennett dress. This year has been all about the short cut, and while Catherine Duchess of Cambridge hasn't braved a shoulder-grazing bob a la Kim Kardashian and Jessica Alba before her, the Duchess' new 'do is a major departure from the long tumbling locks that have become her signature. This isn't the first time this year that Catherine Duchess of Cambridge has shaken up her hairstyle - in September she debuted new 'gringe' (that's grown-out fringe for uninitiated). Catherine Duchess of Cambridge's hairdresser of choice is Sloane Square salon owner Richard Ward, so we can assume he's responsible for this chic new look. Suit you, Cat...
Along the way, fans even got some heartfelt moments about the Prince of Wales’ sons Prince William and Prince Harry

Along the way, fans even got some heartfelt moments about the Prince of Wales’ sons Prince William and Prince Harry

Prince Charles, Prince Harry, Prince William
It's time to meet a new side of Prince Charles. Monday night marked the premiere of a new documentary titled When Ant and Dec Met the Prince. The program broadcast throughout London shined a light on the royal family member's charity work for the past several decades. With help from Declan Donnelly and Ant McPartlin, viewers were able to receive new details about Prince William and Prince Harry's father. Along the way, fans even got some heartfelt moments about the Prince of Wales' sons. Without further ado, take a look at the five biggest moments from the documentary. 1. Christmas Shenanigans: Prince William was able to reminisce about how his father handled a holiday play. As soon as a pyrotechnic explosion went off at the wrong moment, Prince Charles could barely carry on as the...
Prince William reveals his two children are “good as gold”

Prince William reveals his two children are “good as gold”

Prince William
Prince William reveals his two children are "good as gold" in Ant & Dec's Prince's Trust documentary Even if he joked they're responsible for the bags under his eyes. When Ant & Dec met up with the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry for a new ITV documentary, it was 10 years since their last chat with the princes, meaning it was time for a good catch-up. "You guys have grown," Prince Harry quipped, while Prince William took the time to congratulate Dec on his recent wedding to agent Ali Astall, only to have Ant throw the congratulations right back. Prince William responded: "Yeah, a lot's changed. It's good - I've got bags under the eyes." But when prompted, he then shared a little more, adding: "It's not that bad. They're good as gold, honestly. Good as gold." We're ranking ...
He is second in line to the throne, but that didn’t stop Prince Charles from showing off his singing talent for TV presenters Ant and Dec during an evening at his Scottish home Dumfires House

He is second in line to the throne, but that didn’t stop Prince Charles from showing off his singing talent for TV presenters Ant and Dec during an evening at his Scottish home Dumfires House

Prince Charles
The presenting duo and fellow dinner guests including Rod Stewart and his wife Penny Lancaster were treated to a rendition of Aberdeenshire song The Bonnie Lass o’Fyvie, which will be shared with the public in an ITV documentary When Ant and Dec Met The Prince: 40 Years of the Prince's Trust. Ant and Dec were joined by their wives Lisa Armstrong and Ali Astall, when they were invited to Dumfries House during the year they spent shadowing the royal for the documentary. The pair, who usually present entertainment shows such as Britain's Got Talent, were clearly impressed by the royals' tune. Ant said about the Prince's performance: "He done all right didn't he", to which Dec replied: "It's a yes from me." Ant then quipped: "He's through to the next round". The Geordie presenters secured
Queen Elizabeth II and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge both rock a crown now and again, and they both pose very similarly in iconic photos

Queen Elizabeth II and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge both rock a crown now and again, and they both pose very similarly in iconic photos

Queen Elizabeth
The Queen and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge have a lot in common: they are two major female figures in the English royal family, they both rock a crown now and again, and they both pose very similarly in iconic photos. For example, in 1947, then-princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip waved from the balcony of Buckingham Palace following their wedding ceremony. Almost 64 years later, Prince William and his new wife, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge Middleton did the same on their wedding day. Other activities that both couples took part in throughout their years in the royal spotlight include going to hockey games, traveling the South Pacific, and posing with their newborns at their christening ceremonies. See the photos by clicking through the link in the photo above and you'll see what twin...
Prince George is the King of Cool!

Prince George is the King of Cool!

Prince George
Class is in session and Prince George is schooling his little sibling on how to be a ridiculously trendy royal. He was spotted in London last week looking particularly sharp in a pair of lime green shades as he helped his nanny, Maria Borrallo, push his pram. The young tyke was ready to report for big brother duty and proudly showed off his pram pushing skills to his nanny. The firstborn to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked determined to take control, making it clear he had no plans to actually get into the pram himself – after all, he’s a big boy now! We couldn't help but notice how stylish Prince George looked in his navy ensemble - and those lime green sunnies are too cute. In fact, we've tracked them down! You can purchase them from Frankie Ray at The Stork Nest . Click thr
Prince William: I worry I won’t get to see George and Charlotte grow up

Prince William: I worry I won’t get to see George and Charlotte grow up

Prince William
Prince William has said that being a father has made him "more emotional" and more prone to welling up. In a revealing TV interview, the prince confessed that he worried that he would not get to see his children, George and Charlotte, grow up William said that becoming a parent has made him more aware of "how precious life is". The 33-year-old heir to the throne lost his own mother, Princess Diana, when he was just 15, a traumatic event that has inevitably affected his attitude towards parenthood. He said that he "never used to get too wound up or worried about things," but now feels more affected by world events. "Now the smallest little things, you well up a little more, you get affected by the sort of things that happen around the world or whatever a lot more, I think, as a fathe...
The Duke of Edinburgh has been named as more stylish than his grandson Prince Harry – and the most dapper in the Royal Family

The Duke of Edinburgh has been named as more stylish than his grandson Prince Harry – and the most dapper in the Royal Family

Prince Harry
Men's magazine GQ have published their dossier on UK's trend-setters Actor Eddie Redmayne tops the list but Prince Philip, 94, not far behind He was voted just outside the top ten - but still 26 places higher than Harry David and son Brooklyn Beckham both placed highly in annual list Philip, 94, comes an impressive twelfth on GQ magazine's Best Dressed Men list for 2016, while Prince Harry is at 38th. The Prince of Wales, who came seventh last year, is nowhere to be seen on this year's list. The Duke of Edinburgh, who has previously been praised by the style magazine for his 'time-honoured style', is known for his classically tailored Savile Row suits and fondness for a grey, rather than black, top hat at Ascot. Actor Eddie Redmayne leads the fashion pack at the top of the list, w...
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge ‘withdraws sale’ of souvenir replica of Princess Diana’s engagement ring

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge ‘withdraws sale’ of souvenir replica of Princess Diana’s engagement ring

Duchess Catherine
A copy of the Duchess of Cambridge's £1 million sapphire and diamond engagement ring has been excluded from a new collection of replica Royal jewellery going on sale to the public after it was reportedly vetoed by Catherine Duchess of Cambridge. The instantly recognisable ring was expected to be the centrepiece of the collection but despite being manufactured, the replicas have vanished from the 'Princess Diana jewellery collection'. The replica was expected to be sold online and at the Historic Royal Palaces gift shop at William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge's official residence, Kensington Palace. But, news of its withdrawal for the souvenir collection has left the replica ring's manufacturer baffled, particularly since the replicas of the ring's matching earrings and necklace,