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With less than two months to go until she weds her Prince Charming, financier James Matthews, Pippa Middleton is busy finalising plans for her big day – and it is certain to be the royal and society event of the year. As the wedding countdown begins, HELLO! can reveal that the bride has enlisted respected PR guru Jo Milloy, whose glittering client list includes Victoria Beckham, to help in the run-up to the big day, prompting speculation that Victoria may design Pippa's wedding dress. Read on for details about Pippa and James' utterly perfect English spring wedding… When and where is the wedding? As HELLO! Online previously reported, Pippa, 33, and her fiancé James, 41, will say "I do" on Saturday 20 May in Berkshire. The ceremony will take place at St Marks' Church in Englefield – a
She may be one of the most followed royal family members in London. But when it comes to Kate Middleton, fans can't stop wanting to know more about the Duchess of Cambridge. Earlier this week, an extensive biography on the royal family was released across the pond. Titled Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life, the finished product written by Sally Bedell Smith takes an in-depth look at the famous family. Lucky for us, Vogue was able to read it from beginning to end and share more than a few interesting tidbits. Take a look at 5 facts we learned about the Duchess of Cambridge and those closest to her. 1. Cool Queen: When Prince William and Kate were planning their dream wedding, the Queen turned out to be totally chill about the guest list. Shor...
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Today a new exhibition examining the lives of three somewhat forgotten princesses opens at the Yale Center for British Art. “Enlightened Princesses: Caroline, Augusta, Charlotte, and the Shaping of the Modern World” focuses on three women who married into the British royal family during the 18th century. Each wed a crown prince of Great Britain, although only Caroline and Charlotte went on to become queens. More important, the princesses had a profound effect on the intellectual interests of the court and, by extension, the wider world, during their respective heydays. Their promotion of the arts, sciences, and philanthropy helped shaped the roles of future British royal women as well. The artworks included in the show, which come from nearly 50 collections, range from an original Wed
Queen’s 90th birthday: You’ll never guess what Elizabeth II was like as a girl Many Britons find it strange to think of the Queen as a little girl because she has lived and ruled for so long. Here is a look back at the Queen's childhood as she celebrates her 90th birthday. The future Queen was born at 2.40am on Wednesday April 21 1926 as a crowd stood waiting outside 17 Bruton Street in Mayfair, oblivious to spring showers. The Morning Post described the street scene saying: “Presently a neat, efficient nurse came and looked down into the street. “The upturned faces must have all asked a question, for it was with a nod and the most reassuring smile that the owner of the uniform withdrew.” The newborn baby was soon photographed with her proud father Prince Albert, who later became
Duchess of Cambridge 'can't believe' bereaved family's loss The Duchess of Cambridge told the family of a five-year-old boy who died from a brain tumour that she "can't believe" what they went through. Finnbar Cork was cared for by Quidenham hospice, in Norfolk, run by East Anglia's Children's Hospices. The family met Kate, the charity's royal patron, when she visited the hospice. Meeting the family, Kate told them: "I'm a mother and I can't believe what you've been through." She was presented with a posy by four-year-old Nell, Finnbar's sister. Source: BBC COM
There are exciting times ahead for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The royal family are moving back to London, Kensington Palace has announced. According to a statement, Prince William and Kate will "increasingly base their family at Kensington Palace". Since 2014 the couple have always used their London home, Apartment 1A, as their official residence when carrying out royal duties, but they have based their young family primarily in their country home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk. The royals have used their London home, Apartment 1A, as their official residence since 2014 This arrangement allowed William to work as a pilot with the East Anglia Air Ambulance, a role he has "valued hugely". But because the Prince is due to finish h...
The first royal baby of 2017 has been born! Prince Rahim an Princess Salwa Aga Khan — also known as Seattle native and fashion model Kendra Spears — have welcomed their second child together, according to the Ismaili website. Prince Rahim’s father, Mawlana Hazar Imam, announced the arrival of the couple’s baby boy named Sinan. “Prince Sinan’s birth has brought immense joy to our family,” the proud grandfather said in a written message. “We are most touched by your kind thoughts and prayers over the period leading to Sinan’s birth.” The little Prince was born in London on January 2. It was announced back in October that the couple was expecting their second child. At the time, Mawlana Hazar Imam said: “This wonderful news, which I am delighted to share with you, brings immense joy and ha
One step closer to being KING? Prince William to QUIT his RAF job to be full-time Royal THE Duke of Cambridge is to bring his career with the RAF as a helicopter pilot to an end to focus full-time on his royal duties. Prince William also intends to relocate his family to London in what has been described as a “big shift” in his role as a member of the royal family. The Prince is expected to leave his role with the East Anglian Air Ambulance this summer and make Kensington Palace his permanent residence along with his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge and his two children, George and Charlotte. The Duke had come under fire recently and some critics had dubbed him a “reluctant” or “workshy” member of the royal family and dissenting voices said he should take his duties seriously. However