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We Look Back at Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana Ancestors Christening

We Look Back at Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana Ancestors Christening

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We Look Back at Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana Ancestors Christening EDWARD VII The eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert was christened on January 25, 1842, at St George's chapel, Windsor. His mother noted in her journal that the day began with "bells ringing and guns firing". Victoria thought her baby was ugly, describing him as "too frightful" but nevertheless organised a day-long spectacle. She wore her garter robes and a diamond diadem while the male royals wore military uniforms. The baby was named Albert Edward and his mother was delighted with the choice of names, declaring: "What a pleasure it is to me that our dear boy bears his beloved father's name." Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha had designed the silver gilt lily font, which has been used at nearly e...
Princess Diana Fashion Icon some outfits selection from high-fashion wardrobe to her willingness to take sartorial risks

Princess Diana Fashion Icon some outfits selection from high-fashion wardrobe to her willingness to take sartorial risks

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Princess Diana Fashion Icon some outfits selection from high-fashion wardrobe to her willingness to take sartorial risks Princess Diana redefined the royal dress code. From her high-fashion wardrobe to her willingness to take sartorial risks (shorter hemlines, lower necklines … the list goes on), she quickly became a style icon. Today, on what would have been the late Princess of Wales’s 54th birthday, we’re looking back at some of our favorite Princess Di outfits. Princess Diana style JGEORGES DEKEERLE/GETTY Catherine Kast, Style Editor: Diana’s Philip Somerville topper (worn to a visit to the Gulf States in 1989) is utterly perfect with her cobalt-and-white Catherine Walker suit and clutch. Each element of the outfit could be worn individually today, minus perhaps the turban hat,
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge is sweating in her royal boots and scared

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge is sweating in her royal boots and scared

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Catherine Duchess of Cambridge is sweating in her royal boots and scared Prince William’s wife Catherine Duchess of Cambridge should be enjoying time with her newborn baby girl Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, but instead the Duchess of Cambridge is sick with worry over her voicemails being hacked and private information being potentially leaked to the world. The editor of the British newspaper “News Of The World” (which is no longer running), went to court in June 2015 where he is being prosecuted for hacking into both Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William’s voicemails hundreds of times between 2005-2006, when they were seniors in college. Catherine Duchess of Cambridge is sweating in her royal boots and scared that some of her or William’s secrets will be revealed d
Here’s what we know about Princess Charlotte’s christening so far

Here’s what we know about Princess Charlotte’s christening so far

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Here's what we know about Princess Charlotte's christening so far Thousands of people are expected to turn out for Princess Charlotte's christening on Sunday, after Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William invited members of the public to the Queen's Sandringham estate in Norfolk. The service will be invitation-only, but the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have asked for the paddock outside the church to be opened to the public on 5 July. The Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, Michael Middleton and Carole Middleton are expected to be in attendance, although Prince Harry is likely to be in Africa, where he is undertaking conservation and charity work. A statement from Kensington Palace said: "While the service inside the church will be private, the Duke and Duche...
Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana is likely to be dressed in the robe of fine lace that George wore at his 2013 ceremony

Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana is likely to be dressed in the robe of fine lace that George wore at his 2013 ceremony

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Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana is likely to be dressed in the robe of fine lace that George wore at his 2013 ceremony We know her brother, Prince George, is already a master of the re-wear. Now Princess Charlotte is poised to get in the game. When the three-month-old princess is christened Sunday, she is likely to be dressed in the robe of fine lace that George wore at his 2013 ceremony. She’s expected to arrive with her parents Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge at St. Mary Magdalene Church, on the Queen's Sandringham estate, in her Silver Cross pram and clothed in the gown that has now been seen at royal christenings since 2008. A replica of an historic Victorian one first used in 1841, it was commissioned by Queen Elizabeth and stitched by her assistant Ange
Prince William is lending kind words of support to some of his country’s biggest sports stars

Prince William is lending kind words of support to some of his country’s biggest sports stars

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Prince William is lending kind words of support to some of his country's biggest sports stars According to BBC News, the Duke of Cambridge surprised England's women's soccer team with a phone call on Wednesday ahead of the Women's World Cup semi-finals when the ladies will take on Japan. "Many, many congratulations to you all for what you have achieved so far and best of luck for today's match," the father of two told the soccer (football, across the pond) team. "Everyone is following your progress and you are making the country proud." The women's soccer team is the third in England's history to reach the World Cup Semi-Finals. The last to do so was the men's soccer team in 1990, 24 years after they took home their only FIFA World Cup title in 1966. "There is a fantastic buzz around...
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were most touched that you took the trouble to write as you did on the birth of their daughter Princess Charlotte

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were most touched that you took the trouble to write as you did on the birth of their daughter Princess Charlotte

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were most touched that you took the trouble to write as you did on the birth of their daughter Princess Charlotte Youngsters at St Andrew's Primary School received the royal seal of approval after writing to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge following the birth of their first daughter, Princess Charlotte. The year one pupils at the school on Mardale Avenue were delighted after a collection of letters arrived from Kensington Palace, thanking the youngsters for their messages. Catherine Duchess of Cambridge St Andrew's School speech Each pupil received a photograph of the happy family with a thank you note on the back which read: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were most touched that you took the trouble to write as you did on the birth of their da
He missed Prince George’s christening after being left off the guestlist so Prince Andrew wasn’t taking any chances this time around

He missed Prince George’s christening after being left off the guestlist so Prince Andrew wasn’t taking any chances this time around

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He missed Prince George's christening after being left off the guestlist so Prince Andrew wasn't taking any chances this time around The Duke of York is to jet to Papua New Guinea for an official visit tomorrow and won't return until next Monday - the day after Princess Charlotte's christening. His trip, which is to open the Pacific Games and deliver a message from the Queen, will also include a meeting with the country's Prime Minister, the Hon. Peter O'Neill. Papua New Guinea is one of 16 countries in which the Queen is head of state, with the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand among the others. In the country, she is known variously as 'Missis Kwin' and 'Mama belong big family' as well as by her official title: Elizabeth II, by the Grace of God, Queen of Papua New Guinea and ...
The Queen is expected to have her first official shoot with celebrated fashion photographer Mario Testino for Princess Charlotte’s christening

The Queen is expected to have her first official shoot with celebrated fashion photographer Mario Testino for Princess Charlotte’s christening

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The Queen is expected to have her first official shoot with celebrated fashion photographer Mario Testino for Princess Charlotte's christening Testino has worked with many members of the royal family before, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry, and the late Diana, Princess of Wales, but never the monarch. William and Kate have picked Testino – Diana's favourite photographer – to take the official photographs of the christening party which includes the Queen at their daughter's baptism on Sunday. It is not yet known who will appear in the photographs released publicly, but for Prince George's christening in 2013, the Queen posed for photographer Jason Bell with William, Kate, George, Harry, the Duke of Edinburgh, Charl
The Royal Mint revealed the design today of a new £5 coin celebrating the christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge

The Royal Mint revealed the design today of a new £5 coin celebrating the christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge

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The Royal Mint revealed the design today of a new £5 coin celebrating the christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge John Berghadl, the engraver who designed a similar coin for Prince George's christening, has created the coin, which has been approved by Charlotte's parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as well as her great-grandmother the Queen, and Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne. The coin is decorated with harp-playing cherubs encircled by swags of lilies – design elements shared with George's christening coin to symbolise the link between the royal siblings. A baroque-style oval frame, or ‘cartouche’, at the centre of the new coin bears an inscription: To celebrate the Christening of Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge 2015. Inspiration for the desi