Catherine Duchess of Cambridge

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William may have baby news to share with the world soon

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William may have baby news to share with the world soon

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
There is speculation that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant again. But Prince William is reportedly feeling overwhelmed and not ready for a third baby just yet. There is speculation that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant again. But Prince William is reportedly feeling overwhelmed and not ready for a third baby just yet. The “is Duchess Catherine Duchess of Cambridge pregnant with baby number three?” question is making the rounds once more. Over and over Royal watchers have read that the Duke of Cambridge expects Princes Catherine Duchess of Cambridge to provide the future King with a large family. The Duchess of Cambridge might be in hurry up mode, but Prince William is reportedly balking at the possibility of another Royal heir. Prince William and Duchess Catherine Duchess of C
It’s a remarkable story of an extraordinary life which in so many ways reflects the changing face of the nation

It’s a remarkable story of an extraordinary life which in so many ways reflects the changing face of the nation

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge became the one of the newest addition to the British family when she married the second line on the throne Prince William and, ever since then, the couple has become the epitome of royalty and grace. Catherine Duchess of Cambridge appeared on numerous TV interviews and public events during her engagement to Prince William. However, she stopped when they got married for the reason that the Duchess of Cambridge wants to keep her married life as private as she can. Now, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge has once again stepped into the limelight and appeared before an interview as a part of a documentary filmed for the Queen's birthday. The spot with Catherine Duchess of Cambridge in the documentary marks her first appearance on TV in almost six years. The la...
The Duchess of Cambridge will transform Kensington Palace into a newsroom next week

The Duchess of Cambridge will transform Kensington Palace into a newsroom next week

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The countdown is on... The Duchess of Cambridge will transform Kensington Palace into a newsroom next week as she guests edits the Huffington Post UK on February 17. The one day stint is part of the Duchess' continuing effort to highlight one of the causes closest to her heart, the importance of mental health in young people. Catherine Duchess of Cambridge's selected content will be published online on the Huffington Post throughout the day on February 17 with the hashtag #YoungMindsMatter Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will be joining the team of the online news site in a temporary newsroom set up in the palace. The 34-year-old royal will help to launch Young Minds Matter, a new initiative that will discuss the problems, causes and solutions to the stigma surrounding the UK's mental...
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will help with the launch of a new hashtag aimed at spreading awareness about mental health issues in children

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will help with the launch of a new hashtag aimed at spreading awareness about mental health issues in children

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
The Duchess of Cambridge will be a part of the launch when she will guest-edit The Huffington Post news website on 17 February. Huffington Post UK editor-in-chief Stephen Hull has said that Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, 34, will specifically help the website launch Young Minds Matter during her one-day stint as the guest editor. "On 17 February, Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge, will join editors at HuffPost UK as guest editor to specifically help raise awareness of this issue and help us launch Young Minds Matter," Hull wrote in his blog. "Using the hashtag #youngmindsmatter we will discuss the problems, causes and also most importantly the solutions to the stigma surrounding the UK's mental health crisis among children." He said that the Duchess' keenness on the subje...
William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge decided not to attend the Middleton family holiday in Mustique this year

William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge decided not to attend the Middleton family holiday in Mustique this year

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Carole and Michael Middleton arrived in the Caribbean last week for the start of their annual holiday on the island of Mustique. Royal watchers anticipated that they would soon be joined by Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, who traditionally attend the getaway to celebrate Carole's birthday on 31 January. But this year, William and his wife are noticeably absent from the sunshine holiday. It's likely that their focus instead is on their young family. William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge's young son Prince George only recently started attending the Westacre Montessori School in East WaltSet featured imageon, and his parents were no doubt reluctant to upset his new nursery routine. William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge decided not to attend the Middleton family holi...
Prince William has told his wife to “act like a royal” and stop begging him to cancel their trip

Prince William has told his wife to “act like a royal” and stop begging him to cancel their trip

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Their Royal Highnesses are scheduled to make an official visit to India and Bhutan this spring. The timing of the trip has not yet been disclosed by Kensington Palace, but that doesn't stop some tabloids from claiming that the Duchess of Cambridge is "dreading" the idea of being away from her two children for an extended amount of time. According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, Prince William has told his wife to "act like a royal" and stop begging him to cancel their trip. Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday is on April 21st, and celebrations are being planned for June, including a street party on the Mall in front of Buckingham Palace. To celebrate Her Majesty, a two-hour documentary is being put together by royal biographer Robert Hardman. Members of the House of Windsor, incluPrin...
As I predicted last summer, the Duchess of Cambridge will take over the Queen’s patronage at Wimbledon. This is unlikely to go down well with the Duke of Kent, the Wimbledon president

As I predicted last summer, the Duchess of Cambridge will take over the Queen’s patronage at Wimbledon. This is unlikely to go down well with the Duke of Kent, the Wimbledon president

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
As I predicted last summer, the Duchess of Cambridge will take over the Queen's patronage at Wimbledon. This is unlikely to go down well with the Duke of Kent, the Wimbledon president, who will have to give up the best seat in the house and maybe even his trophy presentation duties to Kate. Will the latter also become president of the Lawn Tennis Association? Some members of the royal household who don't care for tennis hope so. The sitting LTA president, the Duchess of Gloucester, is suspected of taking delight in inviting them to the royal box at Wimbledon, knowing it is hard for them to decline. As I predicted last summer, the Duchess of Cambridge will take over the Queen's patronage at Wimbledon. This is unlikely to go down well with the Duke of Kent, the Wimbledon president The Qu...
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will be back on our small screens in May this year, appearing in an ITV show dedicated to the Queen

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will be back on our small screens in May this year, appearing in an ITV show dedicated to the Queen

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
The Duchess of Cambridge will make her first interview debut on television as a royal, in a programme celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday. ITV's special show is set to air in May, after the Queen's birthday celebration on 21st April. Kate will be one of the guests, joined by her husband William, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and other international figures, all honouring the Queen's life and work in the TV special. This will be Kate's first interview since officially joining the royal family in 2011, when she said yes to William in the famous fairytale wedding at Westminster Abbey. The couple were interviewed by Tom Bradby just after they announced their engagement in November 2010. Kate and William at the announcement of their engagement in 2010 Kate was beaming ...
Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will feature in the special programme The Queen at Ninety

Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will feature in the special programme The Queen at Ninety

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
This year is shaping up to be a very exciting one for royal fans, who are looking forward to the Queen turning 90. Celebrations already announced include a service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral and a mass street party called the Patron's Lunch - which will be held in June on the Mall for a whopping 10,000 guests. Furthermore, ITV announced on Monday that the Queen's 90th birthday will be celebrated with a new landmark programme on her life and reign in which the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, neé Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will make a very special contribution. Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will feature in the special programme The Queen at Ninety The film, to be shown this spring and titled The Queen At
Duchess of Cambridge will reportedly become patron of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club

Duchess of Cambridge will reportedly become patron of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
The Queen has reportedly served the Duchess of Cambridge with a prestigious patronage as she prepares to reduce her workload ahead of her 90th birthday. According to the Sunday Times, Duchess of Cambridge is set to become patron of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club – best known as the venue for Wimbledon. The Duchess' new role is expected to be officially announced during the tennis tournament this summer, after Her Majesty steps down following 64 years as patron. It is an honour likely to leave Duchess of Cambridge thrilled; as a lifelong tennis fan, she is a regular fixture in the royal box throughout Wimbledon. The Duchess is also a keen tennis player and has been granted planning permission to build a tennis court in the grounds of Anmer Hall, the home she shares with