Day: April 5, 2017

The Duchess of Cambridge looked sophisticated in an £850 Missoni coat for a Service of Hope at Westminster Abbey

The Duchess of Cambridge looked sophisticated in an £850 Missoni coat for a Service of Hope at Westminster Abbey

Duchess Catherine
The Duchess of Cambridge looked sophisticated in a Missoni coat as she joined Princes William and Harry at a Service of Hope at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday morning. Kate re wore the long black, white and grey Long Snake Stitch Coat from the designer for the service, which was being held to attempt to offer hope rather than being a memorial following the terror attack in London last month. The coat, which features the label's signature zigzag print, retailed at £850 but is no longer available to buy. The Duchess styled the coat with a black hat, tights and court shoes for a formal ensemble. It was not the first time Kate has been spotted in the Missoni ensemble; she first wore the coat to attend the Somme Centenary commemorations in July 2016. Kate and Harry were greeted by the Dea
The Duchess, who wore a deep red Marchesa gown paired with gorgeous earrings (seriously, we’re obsessed), was all smiles on the red carpet of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane

The Duchess, who wore a deep red Marchesa gown paired with gorgeous earrings (seriously, we’re obsessed), was all smiles on the red carpet of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Duchess Catherine
The Duchess of Cambridge hit the theatre last night looking like a total princess Wearing a gorgeous Marchesa gown, Kate stepped out to support one of her favourite charities. Kate Middleton stepped out last night looking like a total Princess for the opening night of the West End production of 42nd Street. The Duchess, who wore a deep red Marchesa gown paired with gorgeous earrings (seriously, we're obsessed), was all smiles on the red carpet of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. The spin-off of the Broadway hit will be starring Grammy winner Sheena Easton, and is supporting one of Kate's favourite charities - the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) - by raising funds for The Nook, a new purpose-built hospice in Norfolk. At the event Princess Kate met 12-year-old Ollie Duell, who ha
The Last 100 Days of Diana

The Last 100 Days of Diana

Princess Diana
ABC News will retrace the events of Princess Diana’s last summer in new primetime special, The Last 100 Days of Diana. The new two-hour special will revisit Princess Diana’s first and last summer as a single woman following her divorce from Prince Charles, until her tragic and untimely death in a car accident in Paris, France in 1997. The broadcast is hosted by former ABC News Nightline co-anchor Martin Bashir. In 1996 Bashir won a BAFTA Award for the only extended interview with the Princess. Now, he hears new accounts from people inside Diana’s inner circle, with rare interviews with close friends and her personal staff including her former butler, chef, bodyguard, press secretary and personal trainer. These voices provide an expose into what the Princess was thinking as she navigate
The ex-royal butler wore tartan while he tied the knot to his lawyer lover Graham Cooper in the Lake District

The ex-royal butler wore tartan while he tied the knot to his lawyer lover Graham Cooper in the Lake District

Princess Diana
THE NOOLY-WED Princess Diana’s rock Paul Burrell marries boyfriend in £30,000 civil partnership ceremony just a month after coming out as gay The ex-royal butler wore tartan while he tied the knot to his lawyer lover Graham Cooper in the Lake District PAUL Burrell beams in a kilt as he weds his boyfriend. The ex-royal butler, who Princess Di described as her “rock”, tied the knot just weeks after coming out as gay in The Sun. The divorced dad’s sons Alex, 32, and Nick, 28, were among 60 guests who saw him get hitched to lawyer Graham Cooper, 58, who wore trousers in the same tartan — designed by Burrell himself. Barbra Streisand’s Some Enchanted Evening was played as the happy couple, neither of whom are Scottish, walked up the aisle hand in hand. The £30,000 civil partnership cer
“I don’t see him as a cynical person, he thought he could learn to love Diana as his grandmother and grandfather learned to love each other and had a great marriage

“I don’t see him as a cynical person, he thought he could learn to love Diana as his grandmother and grandfather learned to love each other and had a great marriage

Duchess Catherine
Prince Charles and Princess Diana‘s seemingly fairytale beginnings was anything but, and now a new book claims the royal hoped he would “learn to love” his future wife, Princess Diana, when he decided to propose. Charles wed Diana in July 1981 in a lavish royal ceremony after a whirlwind courtship that started barely a year earlier. Astonishingly, the couple only had around 12 dates between the summer of 1980 and when he popped the question in February 1981, according to Sally Bedell Smith, the author of the biography, Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life. Diana immediately accepted his proposal and Charles thought that he could make the union work. “He was obviously anguished, and he said she was someone I could learn to love,” Bedell Smith tells PEOPLE. “