Month: June 2015

Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge are once again honoring Princess Diana on Princess Charlotte Christening this Sunday

Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge are once again honoring Princess Diana on Princess Charlotte Christening this Sunday

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Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge are once again honoring Princess Diana on Princess Charlotte Christening this Sunday Princess Diana would have been 54 on Wednesday, and once again her son is honoring her memory Mario Testino, one of Di's favorite photographers, has been chosen by Prince William and Princess Kate to take the official pictures following their daughter Princess Charlotte's christening this Sunday. He will snap the main portraits of the christening party after the ceremony, the couple’s office at Kensington Palace said in a statement on Tuesday. Testino, who took the couple’s official engagement portraits in 2011 and famously captured Vanity Fair's portraits of Diana before her death at age 36 in 1997, says he is "overwhelmed" to be chosen. Princess Diana's Fa
The baby Princess will wear a especially one of the gown worn by Queen Victoria’s children

The baby Princess will wear a especially one of the gown worn by Queen Victoria’s children

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The baby Princess will wear a especially one of the gown worn by Queen Victoria's children The outfit that Princess Charlotte is likely to wear at her christening on Sunday 5 July is interwoven with eight generations of royal history. She will be the latest Windsor baby to be seen in the beautiful lace confection, which is a replica of the one used by Queen Victoria's children. Her brother Prince George also wore the gown created by the Queen's personal dresser Angela Kelly after the original became too fragile for use. Princess Charlotte will be christened on Sunday 5 July At the ceremony in October 2013, George looked adorable held by his mother the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, at the service in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace. A team of seamstresses had spent hou
Prince Harry will unfortunately miss Princess Charlotte’s christening

Prince Harry will unfortunately miss Princess Charlotte’s christening

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Prince Harry will unfortunately miss Princess Charlotte's christening Princess Charlotte will be baptised in front of a select group of family and invited guests on Sunday. All eyes will be on Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge as they make their first public appearance as a family of four with their baby daughter and the adorable Prince George. Other members of the royal family confirmed to attend the service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham include the Queen and Prince Philip. It is believed the christening date was selected specifically to take place before Her Majesty heads to Balmoral for her annual summer holiday. William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will make their first public appearance with their two children Charlotte's grandfather Prince Charles w
She has now vowed never to wear the trousers ever again. ‘They left me in agony – they’re dangerous,’ she said

She has now vowed never to wear the trousers ever again. ‘They left me in agony – they’re dangerous,’ she said

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She has now vowed never to wear the trousers ever again. 'They left me in agony - they're dangerous,' she said A mother-of-three has thrown away her beloved skinny jeans after they were blamed for her five-week urine infection. Lesley Kime, 31, was left writhing in agony and bedridden from severe cystitis, inflammation of the bladder, which resulted in her having to go to hospital. She has now vowed never to wear the trousers, a style favoured by Kate Middleton, ever again. 'They left me in agony - they're dangerous,' she said. 'Those jeans ruined my life for over a month and I am on a mission to warn other women about the dangers of reaching for their favourite pair. Miss Kime, of Houghton-le-Spring, Tyne and Wear, had only suffered from the ailment three times before – during eac
Surprising Facts About: Princess Diana’s Crash

Surprising Facts About: Princess Diana’s Crash

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Surprising Facts About: Princess Diana's Crash Princess Diana of Wales was a member of the British Royal Family. She died tragically on the 31st August 1997, aged just 36. What saddened people more than anything was the suspicious circumstances around her death and rumours of murder and betrayal. This caused mass hysteria, but to this day we still don't fully understand what happened that night, on, and off, the streets of Paris. There have been many theories as to the reason for her death, many suggest corruption inside the royal family and involvement from MI5, but what actually happened on that night? In this video Thoughty2 uncovers some of the weirdest facts and hidden evidence surrounding Diana's death. SUBSCRIBE - New Videos Every Monday & Thursday Source: youtube.com/us...
Princess Anne was taken for a tour around Plymouth’s newest regeneration projects as communities gathered to let her know how much the city is shining

Princess Anne was taken for a tour around Plymouth’s newest regeneration projects as communities gathered to let her know how much the city is shining

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Princess Anne was taken for a tour around Plymouth’s newest regeneration projects as communities gathered to let her know how much the city is shining The sun beamed on HRH The Princess Royal, who is the first royal visitor since The Queen came to the city in March. however The Princess’ visit had a different agenda – to see how Plymouth’s communities are at the heart of its development. Starting off in Stonehouse, Princess Anne unveiled a plaque at the state-of-the-art Genesis Business Centre on Union Street. The Millfields Trust, the Social Enterprise behind the new building, are hoping to regenerate this historic part of the city by bringing businesses to the area and creating a focal hub. She took in its external living wall, which an abundance of wildlife is now inhabiting, f
Prince Harry set off for his stint shadowing a top veterinarian, Zimbabwe-born Dr. Pete Morkel

Prince Harry set off for his stint shadowing a top veterinarian, Zimbabwe-born Dr. Pete Morkel

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Prince Harry set off for his stint shadowing a top veterinarian, Zimbabwe-born Dr. Pete Morkel The black rhino has a friend in Prince Harry. The royal, 30, arrived in Africa last week, PEOPLE understands, and is starting work in Namibia, where he is helping to combat threats to the endangered species. After squeezing in some Mario-themed costume fun before his departure, Harry set off for his stint shadowing a top veterinarian, Zimbabwe-born Dr. Pete Morkel. "For me, it's three months of hard grafting, working with animals," Harry, who wrapped his 10-year Army career on June 19, said last month during his New Zealand tour. "To actually get the chance to embed myself with the top vet in southern Africa, travel with him for three weeks and every job he gets called up to do. That's like...
Carole and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge are walking a fine line, slowly making changes and shifting the power but for how long?

Carole and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge are walking a fine line, slowly making changes and shifting the power but for how long?

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Carole and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge are walking a fine line, slowly making changes and shifting the power but for how long? Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, with her mother Carole Middleton at her side, is dominating and changing the royal family, quietly orchestrating a royal middle class revolution. Prince Charles has already been pushed out, thanks to the Middletons’ determination to permanently implant themselves in the lives of Prince William, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte – defying Queen Elizabeth every step of the way. You can call Carole Middleton a social climber and sycophant, but she does not give soggy crumpet what anyone thinks – even the Queen. Carole, once an airline flight attendant, is clearly having the last laugh. Thanks t
As the clip finished, the Queen gave an embarrassed smile before looking down

As the clip finished, the Queen gave an embarrassed smile before looking down

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As the clip finished, the Queen gave an embarrassed smile before looking down The 89-year-old monarch sat stony-faced as film of her meeting Bond actor Daniel Craig and then appearing to parachute into the 2012 Olympic Stadium was shown during a university lecture. As the clip finished, the Queen gave an embarrassed smile before looking down It appeared one was not amused, although many in the audience were laughing. The event was the annual Queen's Lecture. This year the speaker was Neil MacGregor, director of the British Museum, who chose as his topic Germany's image of Britain and how it has shaped the two nations' joint history. In a lecture entitled Symbols Of A Nation, Mr MacGregor, 69, discussed topics including the British love of plants, pets, gardens, and parliamentary dem...
“While the service inside the church will be private, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be pleased to welcome well-wishers into the paddock outside the church,” a Kensington Palace spokesman said

“While the service inside the church will be private, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be pleased to welcome well-wishers into the paddock outside the church,” a Kensington Palace spokesman said

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“While the service inside the church will be private, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be pleased to welcome well-wishers into the paddock outside the church,” a Kensington Palace spokesman said Thoroughly modern Royals the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have invited the public to watch the family attend Princess Charlotte’s christening at Sandringham on Sunday. They will open up the paddock outside St Mary Magdalene Church to well-wishers in the afternoon when all four Cambridges – William, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, George, and Charlotte – appear in public together for the first time. The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will join Catherine Duchess of Cambridge’s parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, and other guests at the church o