Day: March 3, 2017

Kensington Palace has confirmed about Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge Royal Tour

Kensington Palace has confirmed about Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge Royal Tour

Duchess Catherine
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to undertake an official visit to Poland and Germany, Kensington Palace has confirmed. The royal couple will tour the two European countries in July this year at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. It was recently revealed that Prince William and Kate will make an official two-day visit to Paris later this month. It hasn't been announced whether Prince George and Princess Charlotte will accompany them. The royal children were the centre of attention when William and Kate visited Canada last September. The trip was Charlotte's first ever official tour abroad, while her older brother has previously accompanied his parents on a trip to Australia and New Zealand in 2014. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to undertake an official vis...
Prince Philip said long before about his funeral “Don’t fuss about my state funeral”

Prince Philip said long before about his funeral “Don’t fuss about my state funeral”

Queen Elizabeth
Prince Philip: 'Don't fuss about my state funeral' Prince Philip has reportedly told senior Buckingham Palace officials he does not want the 'fuss' of a full state funeral. It is believed The Duke of Edinburgh, 92, has refused to allow his body to lie-in-state in the historic Westminster Hall after his funeral. Instead, the Duke's body is expected to lie at St James' Palace, where Princess Diana's body lay after her funeral in 1997. The Queen Mother was the last royal to have a state funeral in 2002. More than 200,000 people came to pay their respects on the streets of London where her body was later placed in Westminster Hall to lay.   The Duke was seen at the Cenotaph today as part of Remembrance Sunday service and on Thursday accompanied Prince Harry in the opening of the ...
There is no shame in getting some help on the side, even if it is from a website, proved Kate Middleton

There is no shame in getting some help on the side, even if it is from a website, proved Kate Middleton

Duchess Catherine
Kate Middleton Motherhood Problems: Duchess Of Cambridge Seeks Help From Parenting Website? There is no shame in getting some help on the side, even if it is from a website, proved Kate Middleton. Prince William recently revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge might be using the parenting website, Mumsnet, to get rid of her motherhood struggles. Mumsnet is an online chat site for first-time mothers facing parenting problems and also experienced mothers, sharing stories about their success and failures as mothers. With postpartum depression on the rise among modern parents, websites like these help young mothers never lose sight of the goal, that is, to bring up their children in a healthy atmosphere, with good morals. Kate Middleton may be the future Queen of England, but she is a ...
William and Kate to make official visit to Paris in March

William and Kate to make official visit to Paris in March

Duchess Catherine
William and Kate to make official visit to Paris in March The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to make an official visit to Paris in March. Kensington Palace said the royal couple will travel to the French capital from March 17 and 18. Their two-day trip comes in the month Prime Minster Theresa May hopes to be able to trigger Article 50, which will begin the Brexit negotiations and is seen as a bid to build the UK's bilateral relationship with the country. Whilst in France, the Duke and Duchess will attend a reception for young French leaders and attend a formal dinner at the residence of Her Majesty's Ambassador. They will also be special guests at the France v Wales Six Nations test at the Stade de France. The trip to Paris comes as the Duke prepares to mark the 20th anniversa...
Congratulation to An Adorable Prince Oscar, Duke of Skane

Congratulation to An Adorable Prince Oscar, Duke of Skane

Royals
Prince Oscar, Duke of Skåne looked simply adorable in his first birthday portrait! The Swedish royal family shared a snap to celebrate the little prince's birthday on their official Instagram account, writing: "Happy birthday Prince Oscar, who turns 1 today!" In the black-and-white photo, which was taken by the baby boy's mother, Crown Princess Victoria, little Oscar is looking straight at the camera in a close-up snap while showing off his baby teeth. Prince Oscar of Sweden is spitting image of sister Estelle in 1st birthday portrait Photo (C) GETTYIn the portrait, Prince Oscar is the image of his big sister, Princess Estelle, and fans were quick to wish the little boy a happy birthday. One wrote: "Happy birthday Oscar. The first birthday is a very special one." Another added: "Congrat
Holly Willoughby made a confession about Catherine Duchess of Cambridge

Holly Willoughby made a confession about Catherine Duchess of Cambridge

Duchess Catherine
Holly Willoughby has revealed she is a huge fan of the Duchess of Cambridge, confessing that the royal is on the top of her dream dinner date list. Speaking at The Athenaeum Hotel on Wednesday evening, the 36-year-old - who has just been announced as the new ambassador for Diet Coke - confessed: "In real life it would obviously be all of my girlfriends. But if I was able to invent a couple I would quite like Kate Middleton to come, because I have lots of questions for her." Explaining her reason, she added: "I'm slightly obsessed with her, I'm like a weird stalker. She is literally living the princess dream. She was just a normal girl who fell in love with the Prince. That's the dream, so I have got lots of questions about that." However, Kate isn't the only royal on Holly's list as the...
Royals usually don’t express their feelings easily just like Princess Beatrice who faced such a critical health situation but she remained quiet

Royals usually don’t express their feelings easily just like Princess Beatrice who faced such a critical health situation but she remained quiet

Princess Beatrice
Princess Beatrice has paid tribute to her parents for helping her to see dyslexia as an opportunity rather than a hindrance. The royal, 28, was diagnosed in early childhood as she struggled to read even the simplest books, but says her parents worked hard to bring reading alive for her. The Duke and Duchess of York would record themselves reading her favourite stories so she could fall asleep to the sound of her voices when they were travelling, she told the Evening Standard. And she revealed how children's stories inspired her as she struggled with her reading, saying: "I was lucky my mother, with her great imagination, took the time to work on these with me." "By the time I read Harry Potter aged 11, I tore through the pages". The Duchess of York also penned a series of children...