Happy 2nd anniversary, Kate and William! The royal couple have been married for two years.
They’ve come a long way since their wedding in 2011 and the couple has been through a lot-photo scandals, numerous fashion statements, a controversial royal painting, and of course, Kate’s pregnancy.
The Duchess of Cambridge is to visit Naomi House Children’s Hospice, Sutton Scotney, on her second wedding anniversary to celebrate Children’s Hospice Week 2013. On April 29 Kate will tour the hospice’s facilities, where she will meet children and their families, staff, volunteers and supporters of the charity. Read More »
It’s Sunday. You know what that means! Silly & Scary Sunday!
Are you excited? I know you are! This week, as always, was quite a fun week in celebrity land. I mean, everyone from the future queen of England, Duchess Catherine, to one of the greatest living actresses, Helen Mirren, was out making faces.
I’m particularly loving that Duchess Kate one. It’s nice to know that even though she is the most fabulous human being in the world, she’s still a girl who likes to make funny faces at heart. Which other celebs were caught being awesome or terrifying for the paparazzi? Read More »
The fab three got to have a little fun this morning!
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry were treated to a visit of the set used to depict Hogwart’s ‘Great Hall’ during their appearance at today’s (April 25, 2013) Inauguration Of Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden in London, England.
Prince William and Prince Harry were clearly more interested in seeing the Batpod and Batsuit up close and personal. Kate just looked on and chuckled at the boys. Read More »
Prince Harry is looking fine and doing his royal duties!
The handsome prince made a visit to Headway’s Bradbury House in London today, an organization supported by his mother that provides aid to people affected by brain injuries.
Prince Harry gave us his usual breathtaking smile as he met with individuals and families affected by brain injury, as well as nurses, volunteers, supporters and other employees that help care for them. The most interesting part was when they asked Harry to try changing a baby’s diaper with one hand to simulate what life is like with a brain injury. So how’d Harry do? Read More »
Kate Middleton made an appearance today (April 24, 2013) to celebrate the work of The Art Room charity at The National Portrait Gallery in London, England.
Kate was glowing in a sleeveless baby blue Emilia Wickstead cocktail dress, showing us just enough of her baby bump. Kate pulled her hair back in a half pony (Andy Cohen would have died if she had worn her hair in a side pony) and accessorized with grey suede heels.
Meanwhile, two people have been charged over topless pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge. Sources told the AFP news agency that the head of the Mondadori Group – the publisher of glossy magazine Closer where some of the shots were printed – and a photographer at regional daily La Provence were both charged. Read More »
Pregnant Kate Middleton, The Duchess of Cambridge, paid a visit this morning (April 23, 2013) to the Willows Primary School on the Wythenshawe estate in Manchester, England.
The expecting Duchess of Cambridge looked absolutely stunning in Erdem‘s ‘Sophia Floral Print’ silk dress with matching pumps. Such a very “Spring” look.
“Delighted to welcome HRH the Duchess of Cambridge & @JohnBishop100 to Willows Primary School,” tweeted Place2Be, the charity Kate recently became a patron of. “Launching our exciting new M-Pact plus project!” Read More »
Baby is on board!
Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, attended a national celebration at Windsor Castle, Berkshire, for Scouts who have achieved their Queen’s Scout Awards today (April 21, 2013).
The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge handed out Scouting honors in wearing a Mulberry Frayed Coat in Mint Cotton Tweed, a Whiteley Cappuccino hat and her LK Bennett sledge heels. Prior to the parade of scouts, Kate joined the senior scouts, who assembled in St George’s Chapel at 11am for a Matins service. Read More »
Prince Harry attended the first major marathon since the tragic bombings at this year’s Boston Marathon early last week.
A seemingly relaxed Prince Harry presented awards to the wheelchair racers and mingled with spectators at today’s Virgin London Marathon.
“It’s fantastic, typically British,” he told the BBC. “People are saying they haven’t seen crowds like this for eight years around the route. It’s remarkable to see.”
He said it was “never an option” for him to cancel his appearance following the Boston bombings. He went on, “certainly everyone that was planning on coming is still here, no one’s changed any plans – the volunteers, the security, everyone is here, nothing’s changed. It was always going to be really well run and it always is, typically the British way the London marathon has been running for years.” Read More »