New year, new ‘do! Kate Middleton stole the spotlight from Princes William and Harry when the Royal showed off a bouncy new hairstyle during her engagement at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London on Tuesday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry were in attendance to promote the latest phase of their Heads Together initiative, where the trio outlined the next stages of their mental health programme, The Daily Mail reports. “Mental health matters to each and every one of us. It matters just as much as our physical health,” Prince William told attendees. “The crews I have worked with, whether RAF Search and Rescue or Air Ambulance, must take their mental health as seriously as they do their physical health or else they would not cope – and, actually, that is true for
ince Harry has introduced his girlfriend Meghan Markle to his sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge, according to a new report. The Suits actress, who has been dating Harry since last summer, even met Kate's daughter, Princess Charlotte. The introductions were made last week when Toronto-based Meghan, 35, was visiting Harry, 32, in London. "Kate was really looking forward to meeting Meghan and she knew how important it was to Harry," a source told The Sun on Sunday. "They are very close and he really values her opinion on girlfriends." The source added: "Obviously Harry's mother, Princess Diana, died when he was very young so Kate really fulfils that older sister/maternal role. It went really well and Meghan was very excited about meeting her." Harry and Meghan reportedly visited ...
ince William, Kate and Prince Harry joined forces to deliver a powerful speech on mental health on Tuesday. The royal trio were attending a briefing at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London to outline the next phase of their Heads Together campaign. William, Kate and Harry emphasised the need to tackle stigma and change the conversation on mental health. "We believe that 2017 can be a tipping point for mental health," the future King said as he opened proceedings. His wife Kate, who looked lovely in a floral Erdem number, added: "Fear or reticence means that people suffer in silence... how can we get more people to start talking?" Harry joined in, saying: "Attitudes towards mental health are beginning to change. We are all wired differently. Anyone would get help for a broken l...
Lacorine’s fur is ethically sourced from baby alpacas who die in Peru’s harsh climates which can hit as low as minus 20 degrees. Local artisans, who work under the Fairtrade label, supply Antonia with the fur on her many visits to the country’s mountains. “The alpacas are not bred for slaughter. They die of natural causes in the harsh weather conditions and the farmers suffer terrible losses because they make money from sheering them for their fleeces. I visit them three times a year, flying to Cusco and take a bus to Sicuani to work with them. The ideas come from two worlds,” the designer told the Daily Mail. The Duchess’s particular style is called the Sumac and retails for £320 at Lock & Co; one of the royal family’s favourite milliners. Kate first bought the design with sister Pi
Who Will Be King? After Queen Elizabeth Dies, Prince Charles Isn't The Favorite Royal, New Poll Shows After Queen Elizabeth's death or abdication, most of the British public does not want Prince Charles to succeed the longest reigning monarch, a new survey has found. The Prince of Wales is the first in line to sit on the throne, but a survey published Monday by Opinium Research’s "Monarchy Tracker" showed the public was heavily in favor of Prince William. According to the survey, 52 percent of the public would prefer to see the queen's grandson Prince William to sit on the throne next, rather than Prince Charles, who received 27 percent of the votes. The online survey was conducted among 2,003 adults from Dec. 29, 2016, to Jan. 3, 2017. The survey found that much of the monarchy’s pop
Kate's coat helps Hobbs sales soar: Fashion brands favoured by Duchess of Cambridge and her sister Pippa are Christmas hits Upmarket fashion brands favoured by the Duchess of Cambridge and her sister Pippa Middleton have proven popular over Christmas. Hobbs, Radley and Reiss have all reported soaring sales over the festive season in a show of strength from British fashion. Hobbs sales almost doubled in the 13 weeks to December 31, thanks to opening a new store in New York. It has won fans such as the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore a purple Hobbs coat on Christmas Day. Total sales rose 14.3 per cent, while international shoppers drove a 97.9 per cent jump in overseas sales – partly driven by an expansion to its tie-up with department store Bloomingdales. But it has experienced a turb
Can Dragons' Den star's pal turn Middleton's marshmallow firm around? Duchess of Cambridge's brother hires new chief executive James Middleton hired new CEO to transform fortunes of his company, Boomf New CEO Sophie Dummer was previously a commercial director of Moonpig Moonpig founder Nick Jenkins, a star of Dragons’ Den, is an investor in Boomf The Duchess of Cambridge’s brother James Middleton is trying to put the oomph into Boomf and has hired a new chief executive officer to transform his marshmallow company’s fortunes. On January 1 Sophie Dummer was quietly appointed in the role. Sophie, 40, was previously a commercial director of the personalised greeting card company Moonpig, whose founder Nick Jenkins is one of the stars of Dragons’ Den. Intriguingly, Jenkins is a major inves