Prince George vs Grandpa Prince Charles: Who Wears Knee Socks Better? Just like his mom Princess Kate, 3-year-old Prince George is already a style icon. And now even his grandfather is taking notice! Prince Charles stepped out in Scotland this week, and as he was up north, he wore the proper garb: a kilt and knee socks. Of course, it’s impossible not to think of the little prince when you see a royal wearing knee socks. In his nearly four years, George has made knee socks something of his style signature. He wears them in all sorts of hues, from blue to white to black, and the parents of his fellow preschoolers can’t get enough, routinely snatching up pairs from his go-to store, Amaia. Charles did his grandson proud with his Scottish-appropriate look on Monday. Th
This Is Why You’ll Never See Kate Middleton On A Horse The Duchess isn't known to enjoy the royal family's favoured pastime. The Queen has been horseback riding since she was a child and has shown no sign of slowing down in recent years. Her daughter, Princess Anne, has led an established equestrian career; her granddaughter Zara Phillips is a medal-winning British event rider; and Princes William and Harry are keen polo players. Yet there's one member of the family who is never seen enjoying the royal pastime in public. Unlike many other royals, the Duchess of Cambridge hasn't ever been pictured on a horse. She has enjoyed days out at the races on several occasions and in 2012, she wasspotted supporting Zara compete at the London Olympic Games. During a screening ofWar Horse, d
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have officially overtaken Prince Harry in the cool royal stakes. They've been presenting the Radio One Chart Show with Greg James, and it was every bit as incredible as it sounds. So, they can now forget planting trees or receiving flowers from adoring crowds – these royals are now official showbiz celebrities. Watch the moment The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge read the #OfficialChart Top 10 for @GregJames 📈😱https://t.co/ADqv4dk1kp — BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) April 21, 2017 As well as earning their wages reading out the charts, William and Kate had a chat about everything from festivals to dancing. The Duke revealed that he "occasionally" tunes into Radio One and revealed that he had texted into Adele Roberts's show on his way back from work as
What Prince George and Princess Charlotte gave the Queen for her 91st birthday gift The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opened up about their two children making their great-grandmother a gift Prince William and Kate opened up about what they gave the Queen for her 91st birthday in a candid interview in BBC Radio 1, hinting to Scott Mills that they relied on their two children – Prince George and Princess Charlotte – to make their great grandmother a homemade gift. The Duchess of Cambridge said: "You're good at making things," to her husband before he added: "George is good at arts and crafts." She continued to say that the pair are getting the Queen something made. William and Catherine share their memories of Radio 1's #BigWeekend in Bangor with @Scott_Mills and @Chris_Stark 😍 p
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Kate reveals she and Prince William struggled after Prince George's birth Kate has recalled the struggles of raising a newborn baby in a touching new video released by Kensington Palace. The Duchess of Cambridge is seen speaking to her husband Prince William and her brother-in-law Prince Harry, as she reminisces on the "steep learning curve" she and William went through as new parents to baby Prince George. Watch The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry in conversation on mental health for @heads_together #oktosay pic.twitter.com/417gqyqzk0 — Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) April 21, 2017 "Having a child, particularly your first child, is such a life-changing moment," said Kate, 35. "Nothing can really prepare you for that. Remember the first few days with litt
William 'wants his kids to show feelings' The Duke of Cambridge has backed his brother Prince Harry over getting counselling to deal with the death of their mother. The Duke of Cambridge has called for an end to the "stiff upper lip" culture within British society. Prince William says he wants his children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, to be able to talk about their emotions. His comments come after Prime Minister Theresa May praised his brother Prince Harry for his bravery in revealing he sought counselling to come to terms with the death of his mother Princess Diana. William also highlighted the importance of role models opening up about their mental health. "Catherine and I are clear we want both George and Charlotte to grow up feeling able to talk about t...
Only last month, the Duchess of Cambridge told a fellow parent that she would "see them at the school gate," and it appears that Kate is keen to keep her word. The Duchess will take it in turns with her husband Prince William to do the school run when their son Prince George starts at Thomas's Battersea in September. The couple will continue to be hands-on parents, with the intention of dropping off and picking up George from school every day. The south-west London school is about a half-hour drive away from Kensington Palace. William, 34, and Kate, 35, could have chosen the Kensington sister branch of Thomas's but they are believed to have been drawn to the "village" feel Battersea provides. Like fellow parents, they will face the London rush hour and not make use of a police escort, w...
te Middleton and Prince William delighted onlookers this weekend by attending the Easter Sunday service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. The Duchess of Cambridge, 35, looked stunning in a sophisticated cream coat by designer Catherine Walker, pairing it with matching high heeled shoes and an elegant hat. Her hair was neatly tied back and she wore simple yet striking earrings. Her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, was also dressed smartly in a dark suit and tie. The popular royal couple looked extremely happy on the Easter outing. Kate Middleton and Prince William attend the Easter service in Windsor Also in attendance at the Sunday service was the Queen, who wore a turquoise coat and hat. The waiting crowd clapped as the monarch and Prince Phillip entered the chapel through the Ga
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