Next month, Kate Middleton and Prince William will make their first official trip to Paris. The visit, which is expected to last two days, comes almost twenty years after the death of Prince William’s mother, Princess Diana. Diana died in a car accident in Paris on August 31, 1997. And while Prince William has traveled to the City of Light since then, it has never been in an official royal capacity. While in Paris this March, the Duke and Duchess will attend a soccer match, meet with young French leaders, and have dinner at the residence of the British Ambassador to France. Kensington Palace, the official residence of both the Duke and Duchess, as well as Prince Harry, announced the news across their social media channels. On its Instagram account, KP posted an image with additional det
After nearly six years of marriage and two children, there's no doubt that Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge are very much in love. The royal couple, who will celebrate their wedding anniversary in April, have been known to make occasional displays of public affection – but in the past decade they have been photographed holding hands less than a dozen times. Some royal watchers might assume that etiquette or royal protocol prevents the pair from indulging in PDA. But that's not the case. Rather William and Kate choose to remain professional when they are out and about because they are working representatives of the British monarchy. HELLO! Magazine's royal correspondent Emily Nash explains: "The Duke and Duchess are almost always seen in photographs taken during official engag
The Queen is looking for a new employee to handle her social media accounts, including Twitter. A job advertisement was placed on Buckingham Palace's official website, seeking a digital communications officer. The role will be based at the palace in central London, with an expected starting salary of £30,000 per annum. The successful candidate will be covering a maternity leave on a fixed term contract from March 2017 to February 2018. The focus of the role is to find "new ways to maintain The Queen's presence in the public eye and on the world stage". This will mean managing and overseeing the daily news flow on the royal family's website and their social media platforms. "Whether you're covering a state visit, award ceremony or royal engagement, you'll make sure our digital
Prince William, Kate and Prince Harry are hosting a very special children's tea party at Buckingham Palace. Invitations are being sent out later this week, to children whose parent or parents have sadly died serving in the Armed Forces. Party at the Palace will be a "fun and family focused" gathering that will be held in the grounds of Buckingham Palace on Saturday 13 May. Live performances, various stalls and games on the lawn will all feature, while children will have the chance to explore the beautiful gardens. Youngsters and teens aged up to 18 years will be invited, with each young person accompanied by a parent or guardian. The party will also be attended by a number of charities which help support families, and specifically children dealing with bereavement, including Child Berea...
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