Catherine Duchess of Cambridge might have one of the most famous hairdos in the world but not everybody is a fan, it seems. Celebrity hairdresser Nicky Clarke – whose previous clients include Prince William’s late mother Princess Diana – has hit out at the Duchess, 33, for allowing her grey hairs to be seen on more than one occasion, including an instance earlier this year when she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte. In fact Nicky, 57, dislikes silvery locks so much that he’s branded it ‘disastrous’ for Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and thinks she should cover them up. ‘Catherine Duchess of Cambridge needs to get rid of her grey hair – it’s not a good look,’ he tells the Mail’s Sebastian Shakespeare. ‘She does have amazing things done to her hair and it can look great, but unfor
Thousands of people packed into the Sandringham Estate to catch a glimpse of the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall as they took their traditional tour of the Flower Show. The Royal couple arrived yesterday morning on a horse drawn carriage to cheers and smiles, as the Essex Police Band played the national anthem. And West Newton Primary School pupil Pleasance Allen, five, was selected to present the Duchess of Cornwall with a posy. But overcome with shyness, the youngster had to be helped by her mother and nervously turned away as the Duchess bent down to receive her bouquet. But those hoping to see the younger members of the Royal Family were disappointed, as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did not attend the event, meaning royal fans did not see Prince George or Princess Char...
It’s been just under three months since Catherine Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to her second baby, Charlotte But some are speculating that the Duchess of Cambridge might be planning her third child—to protect her rank and to stop Prince William from cheating. With the arrival of Gemma Mullen, William's air ambulance co-worker, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge is tightening up on the leash and trying to devise a way to make sure William stays faithful. There’s no doubt that Catherine Duchess of Cambridge is loved by most of the world. Her charm and fashion have caught the eyes of the public both in the UK and beyond. Following in her late mother-in-law’s footsteps, she has become a figure of normalcy in the royal family. In fact, the Daily Mail and other media outlets have referred
Millions watched as the Prince of Wales and his beautiful bride walked up the aisle for the most memorable royal wedding in modern history On this day in 1981, Britons had a national holiday and 600,000 people took to the streets of London to celebrate the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer at St Paul’s Cathedral. Charles and ‘Shy Di’ – as she was dubbed by the press - had been a couple for about six months before he proposed to her. They showed off her sapphire engagement ring to the world’s media on February 24, and a little over five months later, were walking up the aisle. Click Here to See Latest Photos of Prince George On the big day, Diana travelled from Clarence House with her father, Earl Spencer – and drew gasps of admiration as she stepped out of the coach
Prince Harry's dream job has brought him nose-to-horn with the animals he's working to help, PEOPLE has learned The royal conservation activist, 30, has been helping de-horn rhinos – an approach meant to thwart poachers – and immersing himself in the local culture in Namibia during his conservation tour of Africa. Namibia has the largest population of black rhino in the world, and the animals are the focus of Harry's current mission, where he has also been shadowing a leading veterinarian, Dr. Pete Morkel. The Minister for Environment and Tourism, Mr. Pohamba Shifeta, met Harry last week and tells PEOPLE he has been helping in a program for partially-removing horns from the black rhino. (The horns grow back.) "He was in the field seeing how we are doing the de-horning," says Shifeta.
Prince Charles has turned part of his garden at Highgrove into a playground for his grandchildren with an £18,000 shepherd's hut and a rebuilt treehouse. The 15 acres of ornate inter-connected organic gardens have been his passion, pride and joy since he began transforming them shortly after moving into Highgrove House, near Tetbury in Gloucestershire, in 1980. In amongst the cottage gardens, ornamental walled kitchen garden, sundial garden and other horticultural delights, there was always space for his sons, Princes William and Harry, to learn to play and take risks climbing into the old treehouse, accessed via a rope and trapdoor. Prince Harry once went missing for several hours, much to the anxiety of his family and police guards, after falling asleep in one of the giant plant pots.
The Royal bodyguards have revealed secrets about Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, William and the rest of the royals. These secrets are more like endearing habits than anything else! Click Here to See Latest Photos of Prince George New reports have the bodyguards dishing on the secrets of the Royal Family, including a big reveal about Catherine Duchess of Cambridge. No one was left out, even Prince George has a habit that folks behind the gilded doors find hilarious. According to Star Pulse on July 27, these reported antics behind the scenes are called the “secrets” of the royals today. These secrets sound refreshing and they are something that many folks do in the confines of their own homes, so why should the Royal Family be any different? Prince George was given a whoopee cushion
A director at one of Princess Diana’s favourite charities chief set for payout after boss branded her 'Looney Tunes' and sent obscene e-mail about her Turning Point director wins race bias claim at employment tribunal A director at one of Princess Diana’s favourite charities is set for a payout after she was branded “Looney Tunes” by a boss who also sent a work email referring to a s*x act. Ibukun Adebayo won her religious and race bias claim against Turning Point, a dr*gs, alcohol and mental health charity, following the hearing at East London employment tribunal. The panel ruled the mother-of-five, a devout Christian, was unfairly sacked from her £84,000-a-year IT director job by chief executive Lord Victor Adebowale. Turning Point adopted Princess Diana as patron in 1985 and she
Pupils at a Stockport school gained the Royal seal of approval after send cards to Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge celebrating the birth of baby Charlotte. Youngsters in the reception class at Westmorland Primary, in Brinnington, each sent a congratulatory card to Buckingham Palace for the couple when Princess Charlotte was born in May. And this week they heard back from the proud parents, who sent a letter thanking them all to teacher Michelle Adshead. Andy LambertLeft to right are Alfie Breen, Jessica Jones, Ellis Hurst and Mariana Delagado.Left to right are Alfie Breen, Jessica Jones, Ellis Hurst and Mariana Delagado. Each child was also sent a postcard picture of the latest member of the Royal family in an envelope with their name on. Miss Adshead said: “When we talke
A woman accused of carrying a knife on a Scottish estate where Prince Charles was staying has been acquitted despite being told by armed police: “We could have shot you.” Mary McDougall was posing with a crossbow for a photo shoot with a friend in the grounds of Dumfries House, near Cumnock in Ayrshire, when officers swooped. The charge that Ms McDougall and Steven Stewart, 38, who was with her, had a crossbow was dropped when the “weapon” was found to be a prop for the photographs and did not have any bolts. But police found a lock-knife in the pocket of Ms McDougall’s jacket, which actually belonged to her father, and she was arrested and later charged. However, the 24-year-old walked free from court yesterday when a sheriff acquitted her on a charge of possession of a knife. Ms M