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If you think your grandmother-in-law is hard to shop for, try buying a Christmas gift for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. "I can remember being at Sandringham, for the first time, at Christmas. And I was worried what to give the Queen as her Christmas present. I was thinking, 'Gosh, what should I give her?'" the Duchess of Cambridge said in her first solo interview, which was filmed last year for a documentary made in honor of the Queen's 90th birthday. s it turns out, the best gifts really are the ones that come from the heart. "I thought back to what I would give my own grandparents," said Kate. "And I thought, 'I'll make her something,' which could have gone horribly wrong. But I decided to make my granny's recipe of chutney." The old Middleton family recipe is for marrow chutney...
Why Prince William and Kate Middleton Have A Work Problem The number of engagements conducted by Prince William and Kate Middleton still pales next to the Queen’s. They should step up. Kate Middleton made her first public appearance along with her husband Prince William on Wednesday, and the British media were quite breathless in their reporting of the event. Kate and Will, it was reported, had gone back to their “work” of public engagements much earlier in the year than is usual for the royals, and this was a sign of their newfound commitment to their roles as full time royals, a sign of the increased “support” they would be offering the queen after her bout of ill-health at Christmas “focused minds” on the issue. While it’s quite true that Kate and Will do seem to have decided to forego
Royal fans have been sharing snaps of a Christmas card sent by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The holiday greeting, which was sent in response to kind Christmas wishes from royal supporters, features a photo of Prince William and Kate with their two young children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and thanks people for taking the time to send their seasonal greetings. The photo, reportedly taken by British photographer Arthur Edwards, was snapped back in September during at a children’s party held for military families from the royal couple's royal tour of Canada. The image, which is one of the most-recognised pictures from the tour, shows the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge holding their little Prince and Princess as they all watched party entertainer Paul Kilshaw blow up ballo
The royal, 32, and the Suits actress, 35, recently traveled to Tromsø, Norway where they enjoyed “whale-watching, sunsets in the snow and watched the Aurora Borealis,” according to The Sun. The couple, who departed from England on Monday after spending the New Year together, may have even bundled up in their matching beanies and worn their matching bracelets! “Harry wanted to make this first holiday something [she] will never forget. It wasn’t an obvious choice like a glitzy beach resort or tropical island,” a source told the publication. “He’d put a lot of thought into it and wanted to make it as romantic and special as possible.” Adding, “Harry wanted to get away from everyone and be totally on their own — just them. The Northern Lights are at their best at this time of year and c
Worth the wait! Duchess Kate and Prince William's 2016 Christmas card has finally been revealed — and it looks a little familiar. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 34, chose a snapshot that was taken by Getty photographer Chris Jackson to share with family over the holidays. It features the couple and their two children — Prince George and Princess Charlotte — receiving balloon animals at a children's party that they attended back in September. The royal engagement took place at Government House in Victoria, British Columbia, and was apart of their weeklong Canada tour. (The trip was their daughter's first time overseas.) It was a magical day for Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, now 20 months — to say the least. The siblings enjoyed a petting zoo with miniature horses
Prince Harry's love pact with Meghan Markle: Couple vanish for secret monthly meetings PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have a secret deal to meet at least once a month, insiders claim. Pals close to the royal say the couple also video chat using Facetime at least twice a day. Harry cut a lonely figure at Christmas gatherings as the lovers spent the festive season on different continents. A source close to the prince told a magazine: “They can’t bear to be apart. Harry counts down the days until he’s next seeing Meghan and she’s just as keen.” Harry, 32, is desperate to make his relationship with the 35-year-old Suits actress a success. The pal added: “Harry’s on cloud nine. He is determined to do everything he can to make this relationship work.” The couple last enjoyed a London lo
Meghan, the budding (and VERY sultry) star: Prince Harry's girlfriend poses for series of racy publicity photos after landing a daytime TV show role 13 years before their royal romance began Prince Harry's American girlfriend Meghan Markle did the Hollywood portfolio shoot as a 22-year-old in 2003 In a series of glamour shots, Miss Markle, now 35, is seen posing in a white top that exposes her toned midriff The actress posed up having just appeared in an episode of hit US daytime medical drama General Hospital Miss Markle, who got her big break with legal drama Suits, is believed to have begun dating Harry last June Posing seductively as a fresh-faced budding actress, these are the photographs Meghan Markle hoped would kick-start her career. In photo-shoot snaps taken 13 years before she...
Because our world clearly doesn't have bigger things to worry about, some asshat someone decided that it would be funny to tweet out a phony announcement that Queen Elizabeth II had died, using the fake account @BBCNewsUKI. (This account has thankfully since been suspended.) According to People, it was posing as legit news outlet @BBCNewsUK. Predictably, no one fact-checked anything and instead went k-ray-zy posting on Twitter: Because our world clearly doesn't have bigger things to worry about, some asshat someone decided that it would be funny to tweet out a phony announcement that Queen Elizabeth II had died, using the fake account @BBCNewsUKI. (This account has thankfully since been suspended.) According to People, it was posing as legit news outlet @BBCNewsUK. Predictably, no one...
QUEEN Elizabeth and Prince Philip were forced to delay their Christmas travel plans after falling ill this week. Is the Queen ill? The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have left Buckingham Palace for Sandringham via helicopter a day after they were forced to cancel travel plans because of "heavy colds". The 90-year-old monarch and her 95-year-old husband had been due to take the train from London to King’s Lynn for their annual Christmas break. Journalists who had gathered at both stations were yesterday told: “It's not happening now.” The royal couple spent yesterday resting at Buckingham Palace where the Union Jack is now flying – signalling that the Queen is no longer in residence. Despite their advancing years, the couple are in relatively good health and rarely cancel officia