Day: April 25, 2017

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge And Prince William Spend Saturday Nights Watching ‘Game of Thrones’ With A Curry

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge And Prince William Spend Saturday Nights Watching ‘Game of Thrones’ With A Curry

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Kate Middleton And Prince William Spend Saturday Nights Watching 'Game of Thrones' With A Curry They're just like us! Except for all the money and stuff Let us set the scene. It's 7pm on a Saturday night at Kensington Palace. Prince George is brushing his teeth in his bathroom – dressed in monogrammed 'George' bathrobe and Dr Who pyjamas – as his mother, Kate Middleton, carries Princess Charlotte to her princess bed before reading her a bedtime story about Peppa Pig. As George finally makes his way to bed, where he will dream of one day ruling over all of us peasants, an exhausted Prince William and Kate slump on the sofa, mulling over what to make for dinner. "How does a prawn laksa curry bowl, sound Will?" Kate asks – mid yawn – as she opens the Deliveroo app on her phon
The Duchess of Cambridge will never be the Queen

The Duchess of Cambridge will never be the Queen

Princess Diana, Royality
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge beware! If Australian government executive Simon Dorante-Day can prove he is Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles secret love child, the Duchess of Cambridge will never be Queen. Catherine Duchess of Cambridge may never be Queen! Simon wants a DNA test done in order to finally remove all doubt. Right now, the only thing the Aussie really has to go on is the fact that his adoptive grandparents, Winifred and Ernest Day, worked in one of the Royal households. The couple’s daughter, Karen, and her husband, David, adopted Simon when he was 18 months old. Globe interviewed Simon, 50, who revealed his adoptive grandmother Winifred told Simon many times “that I was Camilla and Charles’s child.” Why didn’t granny or Simon come forward and lay claim to th
Pippa Middleton Wedding Once Again Gets Top Heading in Newspapers After This News

Pippa Middleton Wedding Once Again Gets Top Heading in Newspapers After This News

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Pippa Middleton's wedding to fiancé James Matthews has been dubbed the celebrity nuptials of the year, with members of the royal family and society's crème de la crème expected to attend. The bride's sister Kate is on the star-studded guest list, as is her husband Prince William and the couple's children Prince George and Princess Charlotte. However, the wedding, which will take place at St Mark's Church in Englefield, could attract some extra guests in the form of local parishioners. Pippa and James' wedding: a look inside the church Church ruling states that "a marriage is a public ceremony which at the least all parishioners (including those whose names are on the electoral roll) are entitled to attend". This means that, by law, all residents of the parish of Englefield, which
Prince George Wants You to Pay Attention When You’re Watching His Tv Shows

Prince George Wants You to Pay Attention When You’re Watching His Tv Shows

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Prince George Wants You to Pay Attention When You're Watching His Tv Shows The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Open up about Their Television Habits. Prince George has a special request when you watch TV with him: be invested. His parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, recently opened up about the family's television habits—along with their Heads Together mental health campaign—in an interview with BBC Radio 1. It turns out the royals are big Game of Thrones fans, and their son takes his TV time very seriously. "There's a lot of children's programs. Oh my goodness, there's a lot of them out there," Prince William said with a sigh. "But some of them are really good." But three-year-old Prince George is an astute viewer whether the program is good or not. "You have to pretend yo
Kate Middleton Gets Real About How Motherhood Feels Isolating And Her Honesty Is Inspiring

Kate Middleton Gets Real About How Motherhood Feels Isolating And Her Honesty Is Inspiring

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Kate Middleton Gets Real About How Motherhood Feels Isolating And Her Honesty Is Inspiring The royal family are doing something somewhat unprecedented for the British Monarchy – opening up about their own personal struggles with mental health and parenting, to the public. Following Prince Harry's recent admission he sought counseling following the death of his mother, Princess Diana, it's now the turn of the Duchess of Cambridge to discuss her own experiences as a first-time mother, when she gave birth to Prince George in 2013. Speaking with mothers during a meeting at the Global Academy, the 35-year-old mother-of-two admitted to feeling isolated after having children. 'It is lonely at times and you do feel quite isolated, but actually so many other mothers are going throug