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“I have every confidence you will rise to the challenges you will encounter,” Prince Charles told the cadets

“I have every confidence you will rise to the challenges you will encounter,” Prince Charles told the cadets

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The Sears family were out in full force to watch Kim's brother Scott take part in a military parade at Sandhurst, in the presence of Prince Charles. It was Scott's big day as he marked an important milestone in his army career but radiant Kim, who is due to give birth in the next couple of months, managed to steal some of the spotlight. The pretty artist has been keeping a relatively low-profile throughout her pregnancy – her first with her new husband Andy Murray. But on Thursday Kim was more than happy to pose for official photographs with her brother and parents. Fans hoping to see how much she is showing may have been disappointed, as Kim wrapped up from the winter chill in a wool and cashmere coat and a burgundy dress. Kim hid her baby bump under a thick wool and cashmere coat T
Camilla health fears: Duchess of Cornwall pulls out of Buckingham Palace reception

Camilla health fears: Duchess of Cornwall pulls out of Buckingham Palace reception

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The Duchess of Cornwall missed a glittering Buckingham Palace reception for diplomats after suffering muscular pain in her neck and shoulder, Clarence House said. Camilla, 68, had been due to join the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the white tie reception for 1,500 guests on Tuesday, one of the highlights of the royal calendar, but pulled out on the advice of her doctors. A Clarence House spokeswoman said: “The Duchess of Cornwall did not attend the reception on medical advice, due to neck and shoulder pain.” Camilla, who last missed engagements in September due to a stomach bug, has had the problem for a while but is not expected to miss any further engagements. She has supported campaigns to combat osteoporosis, which killed her m
Camilla was due to attend last night’s annual event, to which the Duchess of Cambridge wore one of Diana, Princess of Wales’s favourite tiaras, but had to pull out on the advice of her doctors

Camilla was due to attend last night’s annual event, to which the Duchess of Cambridge wore one of Diana, Princess of Wales’s favourite tiaras, but had to pull out on the advice of her doctors

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The Duchess of Cornwall missed the glittering Diplomatic Corps reception at Buckingham Palace after suffering from neck and shoulder pain, Clarence House has said Camilla was due to attend last night's annual event, to which the Duchess of Cambridge wore one of Diana, Princess of Wales's favourite tiaras, but had to pull out on the advice of her doctors. The Prince of Wales was at the white tie reception in London, as were the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Duke of Cambridge and Kate. A Clarence House spokeswoman said: "The Duchess of Cornwall did not attend the reception on medical advice, due to neck and shoulder pain." Camilla is not expected to miss any future engagements. She has a number of events scheduled in the next week or so including decorating the Clarence House Chri...
Charles knows that he may not get his wish

Charles knows that he may not get his wish

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The woman married to the heir to the British throne enters the R*pe and S*xual Abuse Support Centre in a south London suburb via the fire escape. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall—she was Camilla Parker Bowles until she married Prince Charles in 2005—doesn’t want to draw attention to the location of the center by going through the front door. This choice of entrance keeps photographers who might be waiting for her largely out of sight to passersby and helps preserve the safe unremarkableness of the building, which is vital because the women inside do not want their abusers to find them. The duchess begins her visit. Each time a member of staff or a victim of S*xual violence is introduced to her—there are about 30 women, both victims and helpers–she leans forward, making the interaction a lit
Prince Charles’s Countryside Fund announced a £40,000 grant to support rural communities, farmers and businesses affected by the weekend’s devastation

Prince Charles’s Countryside Fund announced a £40,000 grant to support rural communities, farmers and businesses affected by the weekend’s devastation

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The Royal Family yesterday stepped in to help flood-stricken families, as more heavy rain was predicted to hit Cumbria Prince Charles’s Countryside Fund announced a £40,000 grant to support rural communities, farmers and businesses affected by the weekend’s devastation. And the Queen sent her prayers to the victims of Storm Desmond on Twitter, expressing “my sympathy to all those whose homes or livelihoods have been affected by the recent flooding”. A record 16 inches of rainfall in 48 hours and high winds have left parts of north-west England, Northern Ireland, North Wales and southern Scotland in chaos. But tomorrow Cumbria, the most badly affected county, is expected to be hit by another five inches of rain – landing on already sodden ground and in swollen rivers and lakes. Onl
Well, if I get any sleep on Christmas Eve it’ll be good, because George will be bouncing around like a rabbit

Well, if I get any sleep on Christmas Eve it’ll be good, because George will be bouncing around like a rabbit

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The Duke of Cambridge says he expects Prince George to be "bouncing around like a rabbit" as the family prepare for their first Christmas as a foursome William, the Duchess of Cambridge and their children George, two, and Charlotte, seven months, will honour tradition by going to church on Christmas Day, before watching their eldest "try to tackle his presents as he tries to unwrap them". The Duke said he foresaw a few sleepless nights, joking: "Well, if I get any sleep on Christmas Eve it'll be good, because George will be bouncing around like a rabbit. "I think George will be extremely bouncy this year because he's suddenly worked out what Christmas is all about. So that will be two children, one who suddenly appreciates Christmas, which could be quite challenging. But I'm looking fo...