No matter how crazy young children are for both of their parents, there will likely come a day when either Mom or Dad proves to be the favorite. Prince George reportedly likes Prince William more than Catherine Duchess of Cambridge -- something that isn't at all unusual! Royal insiders have revealed that despite Catherine Duchess of Cambridge's frequent attempts to take 2-year-old George to fun places like parks and museums, teach him new things, and read to him every night, "the moment William walks in the door, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge might as well be invisible." The "insider," whom OK! magazine claims is a nanny, didn't divulge more details about how or why George snubs his mom in favor of his dad, but it makes total sense that a child would get excited to see the parent wh...
In their annual Christmas photo, released by Princess Kate and Prince William on Friday, 2-year-old George was wearing a pale blue Fair Isle knit sweater from luxury Spanish children's wear label Fina Ejerique. In fact his entire outfit (apart from his trusty Start-Rite shoes) hailed from Spain. All About Prince George's Cozy Spanish Sweater from the Royals' Christmas Photo – and It's On Sale!| The British Royals, The Royals, Prince George "We are so glad!" designer Fina Ejerique tells PEOPLE exclusively. "It was a total surprise to see Prince George in our jumper." The festive design (which also comes in brown) is currently on sale for just $32 on Margarita and Co. Since the brand only sells to shops through wholesale and customers cannot buy directly from them, Ejerique has no id
His Royal Cuteness, who will start at the Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk in January, will spend a few mornings a week at the nursery. William was the first senior royal to attend such a school. In the past, royals including Prince Charles started their education at home in the palace. At the insistence of William's mother the late Diana, Princess of Wales, both of her sons William and Harry were educated the Montessori way. Diana herself was a nursery assistant at the Young England Kindergarten school in Pimlico, whose principal Miss Kay holds a Montessori Diploma. Prince George will attend a Montessori school like his dad Prince William To use the Montessori name, a nursery must have a Montessori-trained member of staff. But what exactly is a Montessori education? The Montes...
Prince George Will Be Attending Nursery School Starting in January Imagine driving your child to nursery school in the morning and seeing, in the car behind you, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge in the driver’s seat, handing George a backpack and a folder of loose papers, giving him a kiss before he jumps out of the car. Imagine showing up to a bowling birthday party, to find Prince William feeding coins into a vending machine (“Hey, they’re having in fun in there?” “Oh! Yes, I think they’re onto cake now!”). But most of all, imagine operating with the knowledge that your son or daughter was in the same class as Prince George, and wanting, every night, to ask your Kayla or Jayden, “So . . . are you and George . . . getting along?,” not wanting to make it so obvious to Jayden that, maybe, ju
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Prince George is WORKING the shorts. Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Princess Charlotte and her big brother are all smiles for the Duke and Duchess’s holiday card, which was photographed at Kensington Palace in October by Chris Jelf. Christmas Photo of Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte CREDIT Chris Jelf, Kensington Palace via Getty Images Like any piece of art, William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge’s holiday photo is full of Easter eggs. There’s Prince George basking in his decision to wear shorty shorts in the middle of October. There’s his father’s skepticism. And finally, there’s Princess Charlotte’s impatience with the whole situation given that there’s a lonely train on the ground left to play with itself, and th
The royal family's little scene stealers are at it again, lighting up the Buckingham Palace Christmas party on Wednesday. Prince George and his cousins have been spotted arriving for the Queen's annual gathering, which traditionally kicks off the Windsor festive season. His Royal Cuteness could be seen sitting in the back of chauffeur driven car, instantly recognisable with his mop of blond curls and wearing a white shirt with a blue trim. He was accompanied by mother the Duchess of Cambridge and his uncle Prince Harry. The Duchess, née Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, was suitably festive in a bright red dress. Prince William may have been absent due to his work as East Anglia Ambulance pilot. Not that his absence will put a dampener on the festivities. He has revealed that his toddler
Like uncle, like nephew! Prince Harry carpooled with his sister-in-law and nephew to a Christmas lunch at his grandmother's place on Tuesday. (That'd be Queen Elizabeth II and Buckingham Palace, mortals.) More important than anything else we could possibly tell you about this royal event, however, is the adorable snap of Harry and Prince George posing in the exact same way as they approached the palace. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/PA WIRE Pondering what they want for Christmas? Thinking about how to dodge certain family members without seeming rude? Just a coincidence? Whatever the reason, we'll be swooning over this Christmas miracle for the rest of the day. Source: huffingtonpost com
It comes in the rather prosaic form of a plastic covered wipedown tablecloth from Peter Jones, the Chelsea store How can I see a simple tablecloth and read into it all the qualities of parenting I most admire? The answer is: with the utmost ease. We royal watchers confidently assume said tablecloth is for the use of one Prince George, believing, as we do Prince William’s table manners to be exemplary. We may speculate about whether said tablecloth is to accommodate the young fellow’s exuberance on Christmas day itself or whether it will be for more routine use, but one thing is certain, any Mum who invests in a wipeclean tablecloth gets it. With one purchase Catherine Duchess of Cambridge shows she understands the crucial stuff about raising happy, healthy kids who enjoy eating but do
Out and about! Catherine Duchess of Cambridge did some Christmas shopping in London on Friday, Dec. 11. The busy mom of two, 33, was spotted carrying a checkered tablecloth and shopping bag in one hand and a Todds D bag in the other, wearing a Reiss coat and Bromley knee-high boots, as she shopped at Peter Jones in London’s trendy Chelsea. The shopping trip marked the end of a busy week for the royal. On Tuesday, Dec. 8, she wore a tiara — the late Princess Diana's — for a diplomatic reception at Buckingham Palace. The next day, she attended a charity day in London, and on Thursday, Dec. 10, she stopped by the Action on Addiction charity in Warminster. Earlier this month, Middleton and her son, Prince George, 2, went to Fakenham Garden Centre, where they picked out a towering Christma
She recently vowed never to let Prince George on a motorbike, but it seems the Duchess of Cambridge is more relaxed about her son riding ponies. The two-year-old Prince shrieked with delight after clambering aboard a Shetland owned by friends of his parents in Norfolk. Royal sources say he has taken to riding like a duck to water. Sadly, Santa will not be bringing George his own pony for Christmas because Catherine Duchess of Cambridge has a serious allergy to horses, and being too close to the animals causes her to come out in a rash. In contrast, William has ridden from an early age – his parents gave him a Shetland called Smokey when he was four. He is an expert polo player and hopes his son follows in his footsteps. And the Queen, of course, is an accomplished horsewoman. My sour