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Kate admitted that the first time she met the young Prince she was overwhelmed and ran away

Kate admitted that the first time she met the young Prince she was overwhelmed and ran away

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge
Prince William and Kate wedding anniversary: Royal couple’s love story in pictures The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary tomorrow. Here is a look at Prince William and Kate's love story in pictures. William and Kate meet Prince William and Kate met at the prestigious University of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland, in 2001. Two years later they began dating, although they kept the information on the quiet side. They lived together in the same halls of residence in the first year, St Salvator’s, and later shared a residence for two years. Kate admitted that the first time she met the young Prince she was overwhelmed and ran away. "Well I actually think I went bright red when I met you and sort of scuttled off, feeling very shy abou
As Everyone Is Congratulating to Duke and Duchess of Cambridge So Lets Look Back

As Everyone Is Congratulating to Duke and Duchess of Cambridge So Lets Look Back

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Kate Middleton, Prince William 6th Wedding Anniversary: Timeline Of Their Journey So Far Kate Middleton and Prince William celebrated their 6th wedding anniversary Saturday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have experienced many milestones over the years and are parents to Prince George and Princess Charlotte. As we celebrate the royal couple's big day, here is a timeline of their relationship. 2001 - 2005: Prince William and Kate Middleton's romance began at the University of St Andrews in Scotland where the two were studying art history. The prince later switched his course to geography. The two got close to each other in 2003 after Kate split from her previous boyfriend. Rumors about William's and Kate's alleged relationship made the rounds when the two were pictured skiin...
As the Queen celebrates her 91th birthday, let’s remember how lucky we are to have her

As the Queen celebrates her 91th birthday, let’s remember how lucky we are to have her

Queen Elizabeth II, Royality
Opinion: Having a Queen is much better than having a President As the Queen celebrates her 91th birthday, let's remember how lucky we are to have her You’re meant to stand up when the American President walks in the room. They play music when he enters. And military personnel salute him. That’s because the President of the United States is also their head of state. He’s basically an elected king. But it’s not like that in the UK. Our Prime Minister is just an ordinary man or woman, albeit one with an important job. We’re lucky in this country to have a political system where we reserve all that nonsense for someone who doesn’t actually have any power - the Queen. And this week the nation celebrates her 90th birthday. There’s going to be celebrations across the cou
A social anthropologist and author of Watching the English, Kate Fox, has revealed the vocabulary loved by the Royal Family

A social anthropologist and author of Watching the English, Kate Fox, has revealed the vocabulary loved by the Royal Family

Queen Elizabeth II, Royality
A social anthropologist and author of Watching the English, Kate Fox, has revealed the vocabulary loved by the Royal Family. Specifically, there are certain words Kate, Will, the Queen, Prince Charles and co. NEVER use. Why? Well, unsurprisingly, the Royals have a very different way of speaking. As Mirror Online reports, they live in huge palaces and we don't - so perhaps we shouldn't be shocked. But still, here are some words you won't catch them using: 1. Pardon 'Pardon', Mamamia reveals, is forbidden to use. Instead, if you haven't heard what the Duke of Edinburgh has just said to you, you should say 'sorry?' or even 'sorry, what?' 2. Toilet The word 'toilet' may be a more palatable term than 'bog' or 'loo', but it's the latter which is used whenever a member of t...
Lohn opened up about meeting the royals

Lohn opened up about meeting the royals

Prince William, Royality
John Boyega talks how Prince Harry is 'down with the lads' on Graham Norton Show Star Wars star John Boyega joined the Graham Norton Show to chat about his play Woyzech, and revealed what he thought of the royal brothers, Prince William and Prince Harry, when the pair visited the set of the popular sci-fi series. He said: "I don't remember what I said to William – I was just talking nonsense but I had a good chat with Harry. He's down with the lads!" Lohn opened up about meeting the royals Orlando Bloom also appeared on the show with John, who revealed that Orlando had given him invaluable advice about fame and fortune, telling Graham: "He told me to try and secure the love of my life before all the fame stuff starts." However, the star admitted that he still isn't recognised
According to the National Enquirer, the “Suits” actress, a “shoe fanatic,” wants Prince Harry to build her an “enormous” closet for her footwear at Kensington Palace

According to the National Enquirer, the “Suits” actress, a “shoe fanatic,” wants Prince Harry to build her an “enormous” closet for her footwear at Kensington Palace

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge
Meghan Markle does not want Prince Harry to build her a full-size room for her shoes at Kensington Palace, despite a made-up report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s “false.” According to the National Enquirer, the “Suits” actress, a “shoe fanatic,” wants Prince Harry to build her an “enormous” closet for her footwear at Kensington Palace. A so-called “source” tells the tabloid, Markle is “emphasizing that it’s got to be bigger, better and infinitely more lavish than the one Prince William hammered together for bride Kate Middleton.” “It’ll probably end up looking like a bloody shoe store,” further purports the magazine’s supposed insider, but Prince Harry “thinks it’s a small price to pay for Meghan’s happiness.” Gossip Cop, however, recently bu
Queen Elizabeth II will not be carrying out the annual service for the Order of the Garter this year

Queen Elizabeth II will not be carrying out the annual service for the Order of the Garter this year

Queen Elizabeth II, Royality
The Queen cancels an important annual engagement at Windsor Castle The Order of the Garter has been cancelled due to a schedule conflict. Queen Elizabeth II will not be carrying out the annual service for the Order of the Garter this year, owing to a schedule conflict. It’s the first time the important event, which takes place at Windsor Castle every June, has been cancelled since 1984. The engagement typically sees Her Majesty lead plumed knights, including her grandson Prince William. A statement from Buckingham Palace explained that the Queen will instead attend the State Opening of Parliament to show her "support of the parliamentary and constitutional process.” “As a result, the annual service for the Order of the Garter, which had been due to take place on 19th June,