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Diana: Her Fashion Story: Diana lived in Kensington Palace throughout her marriage, and even after her divorce from Prince Charles

Diana: Her Fashion Story: Diana lived in Kensington Palace throughout her marriage, and even after her divorce from Prince Charles

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Kensington Palace opens an exhibition chronicling the fashions of the late Princess Diana. The show, which is titled "Diana: Her Fashion Story," will run throughout 2017. But as easy as it is to be spirited away but the clothing itself, KP is also an intrinsic part of Diana's larger story. Diana lived in Kensington Palace throughout her marriage, and even after her divorce from Prince Charles. Her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, grew up at the palace, and still officially call it home. While Anmer Hall is where Prince William and Kate Middleton primarily reside, they will switching their home-base to KP later this year. Somewhat similarly, it's easy to overlook Kensington Palace's role as an exhibition space. But KP will also host a show on three more British princesses this y...
Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is firmly taking the reins of her own royal life

Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is firmly taking the reins of her own royal life

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After more than half a decade officially in the royal spotlight—and an few early unofficial years at Prince William's side—Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is firmly taking the reins of her own royal life. After marrying Princess Diana's oldest son in 2011 and giving birth to their son, Prince George, and their daughter, Princess Charlotte, in the six years that followed, the 35-year-old has certainly been a highly-publicized staple of Britain's first family. However, as she approaches her first decade of regal life, Middleton is diving into her role headfirst arguably more so now than ever before as her husband gears up to become king and, likewise, as she awaits to be queen. Particularly, Prince William is reportedly leaving his air ambulance job this summer to focus solely on roy
It’s not just Pippa Middleton who will be in shape by the time of her ‘wedding of the year’ in May

It’s not just Pippa Middleton who will be in shape by the time of her ‘wedding of the year’ in May

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SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Pippa's pooches get fit: Duchess of Cambridge's sister is seen jogging in London as it's revealed future brother-in-law Spencer Matthews won't be allowed a plus-one at her wedding It's not just Pippa Middleton who will be in shape by the time of her ‘wedding of the year’ in May. The Duchess of Cambridge’s younger sister was spotted taking two dogs with her as she went jogging in West London. Her black cocker spaniel, Rafa (thought to named after Spanish tennis heart-throb Rafael Nadal), was on one thick rope lead while her fiance James Matthews’s black Labrador was on the other. And it’s not only the animals kept on a tight leash. I hear her future brother-in-law, louche reality TV star Spencer Matthews, has been banned from taking any of his squeezes to their B
John later blamed his comments on hayfever as the BBC apologised, saying: “We accept this was insensitive and for that we apologise.”

John later blamed his comments on hayfever as the BBC apologised, saying: “We accept this was insensitive and for that we apologise.”

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John Inverdale blasted for 's*xist' comments about Kate Middleton during rugby match BBC presenter John Inverdale was criticised by angry viewers during yesterday's Wales v France match after he implied that Kate Middleton did not understand the rules of rugby. As the camera panned to the Duchess of Cambridge as she watched the exciting game with husband Prince William, John made the "shameful" comments. The 59-year-old was heard telling his co-host: "I don't know exactly how au fait with the rules Kate is, but I assume she must have been struggling a bit in the last 20 minutes." John added: "And she wasn't alone." Angry viewers took to Twitter to criticise the commentator, branding his remarks sexist and suggesting he retire. One posted: "So once again John Inverdale puts himself ...
BBC presenter Inverdale made shameful comments about Middleton

BBC presenter Inverdale made shameful comments about Middleton

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John Inverdale is in hot water after implying that Kate Middleton struggles with understanding rugby rules. On Saturday, March 18, Middleton and Prince William watched the rugby match between Wales and France. When the camera panned to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, BBC presenter Inverdale made shameful comments about Middleton, Express reported. “I don’t know exactly how au fait with the rules Kate is, but I assume she must have been struggling a bit in the last 20 minutes,” said Inverdale. “And she wasn’t alone.” Viewers did not like Inverdale’s comments and turned to social media to fire back. “#Inverdale, unreal sexism again,” Sarah Catriona wrote on Twitter. “As an alumna of the public school Marlborough, the #DuchessofCambridge would surely know the rules of rugby #inverdal
Loving Moments: Perhaps mindful of the time when Duke and Duchess of Cambridge first met nearly 20 years ago, they looked out onto the world’s most romantic city through the face of a giant clock

Loving Moments: Perhaps mindful of the time when Duke and Duchess of Cambridge first met nearly 20 years ago, they looked out onto the world’s most romantic city through the face of a giant clock

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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge remember how their romance began at Paris art gallery visit The Duke of Duchess of Cambridge rekindled their shared love of art today when they visited Paris’s iconic Musee D’Orsay, which houses the largest collection of Impressionist masterpieces in the world. Perhaps mindful of the time they first met nearly 20 years ago, they looked out onto the world's most romantic city through the face of a giant clock. The couple, who met while studying for a degree in history of art at St Andrew’s University in Scotland, toured the gallery on the second day of their two-day visit to Paris. It remained open to the public throughout, prompting gasps from tourists who crowded round to take pictures and videos of the royals on their phones. Home to some of the greate