Day: March 17, 2017

William looked a little tense while his wife did her best to smile for the cameras

William looked a little tense while his wife did her best to smile for the cameras

Duchess Catherine
'Just the one William!' Duchess Kate glances at Prince clutching St Patrick's Day Guinness PRINCE William and Kate celebrated St Patrick’s Day with a pint of Guinness today in the wake of his infamous lad’s weekend away. The Duchess of Cambridge was caught looking stony-faced at her husband while they both sipped on pints of Guinness in honour of St Patrick's Day. The Royals were taking part in their first official engagement since video and pictures leaked of his ‘dad dancing’ in the Alpines. William looked a little tense while his wife did her best to smile for the cameras, just days after he was seen with his arm around a pretty blonde at an exclusive Swiss resort. The Duchess of Cambridge was caught looking stony-faced at her husband while they both sipped on pints of Guinness i
Why is Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana boss at home?

Why is Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana boss at home?

Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana
Queen Elizabeth might have ruled Great Britain for over 60 years, but it appears there could be another queen in our midst. According to Elle Magazine, that new queen is a toddler that goes by the title of Princess Charlotte. Following the unveiling of a war memorial to honor those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan, Princess Kate reportedly shared tips and stories about her young daughter. According to People magazine, the mother-of-two said that Princess Charlotte is the boss of the household that she shares with husband, Prince William, and four-year-old, Prince George. Kate has introduced her daughter to inspirational women early on in her career as a royal, such as Prince Harry's new girlfriend, Meghan Markle. Source: wochit com Tags: Princess Charlotte, Charlotte, Diana, Eli...
The focus of William and Kate’s visit, which has been arranged at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office

The focus of William and Kate’s visit, which has been arranged at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Duchess Catherine
Prince William has made several trips to Paris in the past, but his visit to the City of Light this weekend will be his most poignant yet. William, whose mother Diana, Princess of Wales was tragically killed in a car accident in Paris twenty years ago, is making his first official visit to the French capital in his capacity as a senior royal. He will be supported by his wife Kate on their debut two-day Parisian tour. The couple have a jam-packed schedule, starting with a reception and black tie dinner hosted by Her Majesty's ambassador and a meeting with French President Francois Hollande at the Elysee Palace. They will also watch the Wales vs France Six Nations match. A meeting with the victims and first responders from the Bataclan and Nice attacks is also one of the engagements in thei...
Prince William’s secret revealed why he left behind his wife Kate and the couple’s two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at home

Prince William’s secret revealed why he left behind his wife Kate and the couple’s two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at home

Prince William
Prince William almost managed to fly under the radar as he enjoyed a short ski break over the weekend. The dad-of-two travelled to Verbier, Switzerland where he skied and spent time with his friends including nightclub manager Guy Pelly, close pal James Meade and childhood friend Tom van Straubenzee. But the royal's cover was blown on Monday when photos of William appeared online, showing the future King and his friends eating at mountainside restaurant La Vache. he royal, who left behind his wife Kate and the couple's two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at home, appeared to be in high spirits during the winter getaway. A video has also surfaced online, obtained by TMZ, showing William, 34, partying in a nightclub and showing off his best dance moves. Kensington Palace has...
The secret code words and everything else that will happen when the Queen dies

The secret code words and everything else that will happen when the Queen dies

Queen Elizabeth
The secret code words and everything else that will happen when the Queen dies It might not seem the most agreeable subject to think about, but plans have been revealed as to what will happen when The Queen passes away. Although no-one likes to mull on anyone's death too much, the monarch will be 91 next month, and the day will inevitably come when the throne passes to Prince Charles. And there is a highly-detailed plan of how the nation will be told - and what happens in the next days and hours. It includes a special codeword for the Queen, and a detailed plan with everything from her undertaker's name to the number of pall bearers and the length of gunfire salute in her The details were revealed by The Guardian based on various emergency plans in place. This is what they show: Ho...
Is it true that Kate Middleton had tears during an official engagement?

Is it true that Kate Middleton had tears during an official engagement?

Duchess Catherine
Kate Middleton is ‘less than pleased’ with Prince William’s ski trip behaviour And we’re not surprised… Prince William made waves earlier this week when he skipped the annual Commonwealth service at Westminster Palace for a boys ski trip in Verbier. With Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry all in attendance, Prince William was the only senior member of the royal family to be absent from the prestigious event, something that didn’t go down well with the general public. While Prince Harry was greeting crowds outside Westminster Palace, photo and video footage was emerging of Prince William unwinding in Switzerland and enjoying the après-ski life, dancing to hip hop until the early hours. And we’re not surprised… Prince Wi
Kate Middleton is standing by her man—literally and figuratively

Kate Middleton is standing by her man—literally and figuratively

Prince William
Kate Middleton is standing by her man—literally and figuratively. Though a source told E! News Thursday that the Duchess of Cambridge is "disappointed" in Prince William's behavior during his recent boys-only ski trip in Verbier, the royal couple made a public appearance in London Friday to honor soldiers from the Irish Guards on St. Patrick's Day. Middleton, dressed in emerald green, was handed a shamrock, Ireland's national emblem. Later in the afternoon, William, 34, and Kate, 35, will travel to Paris for an official two-day visit. Their Royal Highnesses' visit comes at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The Duke and Duchess will attend a reception to mark the launch of Les Voisins, hosted by Her Majesty's Ambassador at the British Embassy Paris. The couple will me