The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge could be in line for a second glittery banquet – this time, with another of the world's most glamorous royal couples Tiara obsessives, rejoice! Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William notched their first Buckingham Palace state banquet in October. Now, they could be in line for a second glittery banquet – this time, with another of the world's most glamorous royal couples. On Thursday, Buckingham Palace announced that Queen Elizabeth has invited King Felipe IV and Queen Letizia of Spain to the U.K. in March. It will be the first official visit by a Spanish monarch and his wife since Felipe's parents, King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia, came to Britain in 1986. Buckingham Palace says the visitors will stay at Windsor Castle from March 8-10 nex
Relaxing with their feet up, sipping on their lattes, the royal family have been spotted enjoying a well-earned coffee pit-stop after a hard day of Christmas shopping Royal family captured enjoying coffee break in spoof snaps Captured by artist Alison Jackson, who is renowned for amusing snaps Kate and William released pictures of Princess Charlotte this week But look closely and you'll see this isn't a rare insight into the royal run up to Christmas; it's the work of artist Alison Jackson. The snapper is renowned for her elaborate 'spoof' productions, which give an imaginary and amusing behind-the-scenes look into the world of celebrities and royals. Lookalikes of the Queen, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Charles and Camilla have been captured enjoying a coffee break by ...
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge has kept quite the low profile since she and Prince William announced their engagement. But on Wednesday night, she finally stepped out in public for her first social event in more than two weeks. And she did it in perfect, princess-to-be style. On a bitterly cold London evening, Middleton, 28, attended the annual Christmas carol concert to benefit a charity dear to her fiancé's heart, the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund. (Her betrothed, meanwhile, was in Switzerland with David Beckham in the hopes of landing Britain a bid to host the World Cup in 2018.) In 2009, William, 28, became a patron of the memorial fund, which helps set up schools in Uganda. It also happens to be the only philanthropy in which he and his brother, Prince Harry, are jointly in
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite hotel battles plan to give flats view into royal suite The hotel where the Duchess of Cambridge spent the night before her wedding is embroiled in a row with the Duke of Westminster over plans to build low-cost housing for Londoners overlooking its private garden and most prestigious suites. The Goring Hotel, where Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and her entourage stayed before she married Prince William in April 2011, and which was a favourite of the Queen Mother, is attempting to block plans by the Duke’s Grosvenor Estate to build 23 affordable flats above shops on Buckingham Palace Road. Jeremy Goring, chief executive of the hotel in Victoria, has expressed “grave concerns” about the provision of low-cost homes for working people who cannot
Well this sounds like a holly, jolly, royal Christmas! With less than 22 days until the highly anticipated holiday arrives, Prince William started off the festivities with some singing for the season. According to People, the proud dad to Prince George and Princess Charlotte traveled to Chelsea in London for a holiday evening concert of carols that helped benefit the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund.While Catherine Duchess of Cambridge stayed home for the evening, Prince William was able to mingle with mother-in-law Carole Middleton and sister-in-law Pippa Middleton. And while the Christmas playlist remains top-secret, we can only hope "Jingle Bells," "Frosty the Snowman" and even Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" was in the evening's playlist. Fans of the royal fa...
The new wave of “negative” Katemania started with the publication of two new photos of baby Princess Charlotte For the the world’s gossip-soaked media, it’s been an opportunity for over-the-top headlines: Among other accusations, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge has been charged with “Making the Queen Furious” for disobeying old traditions, of “Ditching Royal Life,” of “Snubbing Christmas Royal Celebrations” and of “disgusting the Queen by her commoner ways and middle class influence.” The new wave of “negative” Katemania started with the publication of two new photos of baby Princess Charlotte, now six months old, published via social media by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to thank their fans and followers for their interest and generosity toward their daughter. It was a gesture see
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George was out watching his father Prince William and uncle Prince Harry playing polo We know we keep going on about him but we just can’t get enough of Prince George On Sunday the toddler was out watching his father Prince William and uncle Prince Harry playing polo. Little George was being looked after on the side-lines by his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, but he certainly wasn’t content sitting still. Polo might have been the excuse for a royal family day out on Sunday (UK time), but Prince George was more interested in spending time with his mother than watching the action on the field. The 23-month-old prince was photographed playing with mum Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, while father William took to the polo field for a char