Day: January 1, 2017

The royals are like any other family and face the same dilemmas with in-laws

The royals are like any other family and face the same dilemmas with in-laws

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
The Queen's full house: Kate and William to join 29 other royal guests for Christmas lunch PRINCESS Charlotte is to spend her first Christmas with the Queen and the rest of the Royal Family after her parents decided to give their hard-working staff a festive break. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children will be among 31 guests of Her Majesty and Prince Philip for Christmas Day lunch at Sandringham. They will also spend the night at the royal residence in Norfolk. Contrary to speculation, William and Kate will not be hosting the Middletons on the big day at their home Anmer Hall, just two miles away, as they did last year. Instead they will join a traditional family celebration that will bring the total number of royals at Sandringham House to 33. The crowded Christmas ...
Queen Latest Health Update: Royal fans showed deep concern on Queen’s health as she remains indoors for 11th Consecutive day

Queen Latest Health Update: Royal fans showed deep concern on Queen’s health as she remains indoors for 11th Consecutive day

Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II health update: Latest as Queen remains indoors for 11th consecutive day THE QUEEN has not been seen for 11 days after she was struck down by a cold just before Christmas, leading sick pranksters to claim that she has died. December 29-30: Buckingham Palace were forced to confirm that the Queen is not dead after a sick Twitter hoax claimed that she had passed away while battling a cold. A spokesman said: "The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh continue to recover from their heavy colds." Hours before, a spoof BBC news account tweeted: “BREAKING: Buckingham Palace announces the death of Queen Elizabeth II at the age of 90. Circumstances are unknown. More to follow.” The account was later suspended, but not before social media users began speculating that a “media blackout”
Don’t follow my example or those set by so many of your relations, such as your great-great-aunt Margaret and your venerable step-grandmother, the Duchess of Cornwall. Go easy on the booze — and stay off the fags

Don’t follow my example or those set by so many of your relations, such as your great-great-aunt Margaret and your venerable step-grandmother, the Duchess of Cornwall. Go easy on the booze — and stay off the fags

Prince George, Royality
My dear Prince George, some hints and tips for starting school: Former Wetherby pupil TOM UTLEY, 63, writes an open letter to His Royal Highness, aged 3½, about what to expect Open letter from a 63-year-old former alumnus of Wetherby Pre-Preparatory School to His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge, aged 3½: My dear Prince George, I hope that Your Royal Highness will excuse my presumption in writing to offer you tips on how to survive your new life outside the family circle after you start school in the coming year. I am emboldened to do so because the public prints are full of speculation that you will be following your father and uncle Harry to Wetherby Pre-Preparatory School — of which I, too, am an old boy. (In my case, a very old boy, since I am 60 years your senior and le