Day: January 13, 2017

Prince Harry Was ‘Constantly in Trouble’ at School, Princess Diana Confided in a 1992 Letter

Prince Harry Was ‘Constantly in Trouble’ at School, Princess Diana Confided in a 1992 Letter

Prince Harry, Prince William
Six handwritten letters from Princess Diana have sold for £15,100 (just over $18,000) at auction in Britain. The letters, penned in the princess’s looping, free-flowing hand, were addressed to Cyril Dickman, the former Palace Steward at Buckingham Palace. Dickman, who died in 2012, was a beloved servant to the royal family for more than five decades, and Diana’s affectionate letters reveal her close bond with him. In one note from September 1984, just after Prince Harry’s birth, Diana told Dickman about the sweet connection between Prince William and his new baby brother. “William adores his little brother and spends the entire time swamping Harry with an endless supply of hugs and kisses, hardly letting the parents near!” she wrote. “The reaction to one tiny person’s birth has tota
Prince Harry Was ‘Constantly in Trouble’ at School, Princess Diana Confided in a 1992 Letter

Prince Harry Was ‘Constantly in Trouble’ at School, Princess Diana Confided in a 1992 Letter

Prince Harry, Prince William
Six handwritten letters from Princess Diana have sold for £15,100 (just over $18,000) at auction in Britain. The letters, penned in the princess’s looping, free-flowing hand, were addressed to Cyril Dickman, the former Palace Steward at Buckingham Palace. Dickman, who died in 2012, was a beloved servant to the royal family for more than five decades, and Diana’s affectionate letters reveal her close bond with him. In one note from September 1984, just after Prince Harry’s birth, Diana told Dickman about the sweet connection between Prince William and his new baby brother. “William adores his little brother and spends the entire time swamping Harry with an endless supply of hugs and kisses, hardly letting the parents near!” she wrote. “The reaction to one tiny person’s birth has tota
Brides and grooms wanting to tie the knot like royalty should rejoice, as the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is available for weddings

Brides and grooms wanting to tie the knot like royalty should rejoice, as the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is available for weddings

Duchess Catherine
Brides and grooms wanting to tie the knot like royalty should rejoice, as the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is available for weddings. Those hoping to live a bit of the high-life, and happen to love Kate and Wills, can prepare to marry like a King and Queen by booking the dream venue that is Kensington Palace. The official home for Kate and William – it was also the former home of the late Princess Diana. The picturesque wedding location boasts the remarkable Orangery, which is the suggested spot for saying 'I do'. It promises to offer wedding guests an unforgettable atmosphere and a day to be forever remembered – and is thought of by many as the world's most beautiful orangery. According to the Historic Royal Palaces official website, the venue is located wi
Brides and grooms wanting to tie the knot like royalty should rejoice, as the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is available for weddings

Brides and grooms wanting to tie the knot like royalty should rejoice, as the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is available for weddings

Duchess Catherine, Prince William
Brides and grooms wanting to tie the knot like royalty should rejoice, as the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is available for weddings. Those hoping to live a bit of the high-life, and happen to love Kate and Wills, can prepare to marry like a King and Queen by booking the dream venue that is Kensington Palace. The official home for Kate and William – it was also the former home of the late Princess Diana. The picturesque wedding location boasts the remarkable Orangery, which is the suggested spot for saying 'I do'. It promises to offer wedding guests an unforgettable atmosphere and a day to be forever remembered – and is thought of by many as the world's most beautiful orangery. According to the Historic Royal Palaces official website, the venue is located wi
The supposed transition of power is that Queen Elizabeth “wants to be alive to see William’s coronation.”

The supposed transition of power is that Queen Elizabeth “wants to be alive to see William’s coronation.”

Duchess Catherine, Prince William
Prince William and Kate Middleton are NOT being crowned king and queen, despite yet another completely untrue tabloid cover story. Gossip Cop can once again exclusively correct the claim. Much like sister outlet OK! has repeatedly done, Star published a cover on Wednesday announcing, “William & Kate: King & Queen!” Touting a “palace bombshell,” the front of the edition further declares, “Dying Queen Elizabeth Steps Down!” Inside the issue, it’s blared, “William & Kate Crowned King & Queen.” According to the story, due to Queen Elizabeth’s “frail health,” she has “made the shocking decision to step down from the throne — and instead of passing the crown to her son and rightful heir, Prince Charles, she’s handing over the reign to William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of
Prince William and Prince Harry to honour late Princess Diana with National Kindness Day

Prince William and Prince Harry to honour late Princess Diana with National Kindness Day

Prince Harry, Prince William
Prince William and Prince Harry will honour their late mother Princess Diana with a National Kindness Day. The two royals lost their mother in a fatal car crash in Paris in 1997, and to mark the 20th anniversary of her tragic passing, the Diana Award - a charity which was established in 1999 to support young people's ability to change the world - has announced plans for a number of initiatives aimed at promoting the late Princess's qualities of kindness and compassion. Prince William, 34, and Prince Harry, 32, will take part in a number of the planned events, which will include a National Kindness Day - where people are encouraged to do something nice for the sake of another - in March. Tessy Ojo, chief executive of the Diana Award, said in a statement: "What's 2017 all about? It's
Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge couldn’t hide their emotions when Prince William mentioned to a very young girl that he has lost his mummy

Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge couldn’t hide their emotions when Prince William mentioned to a very young girl that he has lost his mummy

Prince William, Princess Diana
Prince William provided a candid glimpse into what it was like to cope with the death of his mother as a teenager when he visited a child bereavement centre in East London this week. The Duke of Cambridge was just 15 years old when his mother, Diana, died in a car crash in a Paris tunnel in August 1997. His younger brother, Prince Harry, was just 12. The immense loss was on William’s mind Tuesday, when he made an official visit to a centre run by Child Bereavement UK, a charity that supports families and children facing bereavement. Moving words from Prince William today about how he lost his 'mummy at a young age as he comforts a grieving girl. https://t.co/jv9IGKg3kt — Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) January 11, 2017 Joined by his wife Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridg
Find Out Why Prince William First Time Used Word “Anger” Specifically About Princess Diana Death

Find Out Why Prince William First Time Used Word “Anger” Specifically About Princess Diana Death

Prince William, Princess Diana
It’s been nearly two decades since Princess Diana’s death, but it remains a pivotal moment in the lives of both Prince William and Prince Harry. Diana’s eldest son recently opened up about his loss as he and wife Kate Middleton worked with kids to make memory jars in celebration of people they’d lost. Us Weekly reported that William, 34, opened up to a young girl during an event at the Child Bereavement UK center in London, bonding over the fact that both had lost a parent. The Duke of Cambridge suggested that the girl speak about her deceased father often, calling it “very, very important.” The girl’s mother said William told the kids “he felt angry” after his mother’s death, reiterating the importance of talking about your feelings — no matter how uncomfortable. “I couldn’t believe