Day: June 2, 2017

William and Harry feel they let mother Princess Diana down: ‘We couldn’t protect her’

William and Harry feel they let mother Princess Diana down: ‘We couldn’t protect her’

Princess Diana, Royality
William and Harry feel they let mother Princess Diana down: 'We couldn't protect her' The Princes are set to appear in a new BBC documentary to mark 20 years since Diana's death Prince William and Prince Harry will talk for the first time about the moment they heard that their mother Princess Diana had died in a new 90-minute BBC documentary to mark the 20th anniversary of Diana's death. The brothers were 15 and 12 when Diana was tragically killed in Paris, and they will both speak candidly about the aftermath of the event, with particular focus on the week following the car accident. In a clip of the show, the Duke of Cambridge, 34, says they wanted to take part in the documentary because they both felt they had let Diana down in life. "Part of the reason why Harry and I want t...
DECEMBER 1, 2010: Kate Middleton & Camilla: Who Will Curtsy to Whom?

DECEMBER 1, 2010: Kate Middleton & Camilla: Who Will Curtsy to Whom?

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Kate Middleton & Camilla: Who Will Curtsy to Whom? Ah, the complexities of the royal pecking order. Now that Kate Middleton is on the fast track to royalty, an interesting question of politics at the palace has been raised: Will Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (a.k.a. Prince William‘s stepmother) have to curtsy to the young princess? The short answer, it seems, is yes. As the wife of the future king, Kate will hold a senior spot among the women in Queen Elizabeth’s extended family, and the other women (those born to royalty, no less) will curtsy to her. “A little-known edict issued by the monarch five years ago is about to sink Kate, Princess Anne, the Queen’s cousin Princess Alexandra and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie into a very royal quagmire,” writes Christopher W
Prince William released a statement expressing his shock and sorrow

Prince William released a statement expressing his shock and sorrow

Prince William, Royality
Prince William is in Manchester to show his support for the city following the horrific attack at Manchester Arena. The Prince arrived at around 10.30 on Friday morning at the Greater Manchester Police headquarters to meet some of the officers who were first to respond to the incident. He was greeted by Chief Constable Ian Hopkins, and as he toured the facility was told first-hand how the force responded to the 22 May bombing. Among those he met was British Transport Police officer Phil Healey, who spoke to the royal about his experience of that night, revealing that he was first at the scene to search for a secondary bomb. During his time in the city, William will also visit Manchester Cathedral, and the Manchester Royal Infirmary, where he will meet the families of those still in ...