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Why is Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana boss at home?

Why is Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana boss at home?

Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, Royality
Queen Elizabeth might have ruled Great Britain for over 60 years, but it appears there could be another queen in our midst. According to Elle Magazine, that new queen is a toddler that goes by the title of Princess Charlotte. Following the unveiling of a war memorial to honor those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan, Princess Kate reportedly shared tips and stories about her young daughter. According to People magazine, the mother-of-two said that Princess Charlotte is the boss of the household that she shares with husband, Prince William, and four-year-old, Prince George. Kate has introduced her daughter to inspirational women early on in her career as a royal, such as Prince Harry's new girlfriend, Meghan Markle. Source: wochit com Tags: Princess Charlotte, Char...
Will There Be A Double Celebration On Prince Harry Birthday? Some Special Quotes of Prince Harry About His Life And Princess Diana

Will There Be A Double Celebration On Prince Harry Birthday? Some Special Quotes of Prince Harry About His Life And Princess Diana

Prince Harry, Royality
Prince Harry is gearing up to celebrate his 32nd birthday on Thursday. In previous years the royal has partied with Ellie Goulding at Clarence House and hit the Chelsea pub circuit with A-list pals. While it is not known how he will mark his big day this year, it is likely he will spend it in London after returning to the UK after spending much of the summer in southern Africa. Harry, fifth in line to the throne, is also busy preparing for a high-profile foreign tour in the autumn when he heads to the Caribbean on behalf of his grandmother the Queen. In turning 32, he will be the same age his father Prince Charles was when he got engaged to his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales in 1981. The island-hopping trip will take him to Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Grenada, Guyana, St Kitts ...
Harry has been saying for some time that the wounded need to have their sacrifice and suffering recognised

Harry has been saying for some time that the wounded need to have their sacrifice and suffering recognised

Prince Harry, Royality
HARRY served on the front line in Afghanistan and believes our injured troops should be given the US-style honour. PRINCE Harry is backing calls for all wounded British troops to be given Purple Heart-style medals. The former Apache helicopter pilot – who served on the front line in Afghanistan – has seen first-hand how battle injuries can leave troops and their families devastated. And he wants our heroes honoured like injured Americans are. A source said: “Harry says they need their sacrifice and suffering recognised.” Harry, 31, has long campaigned for injured troops and there are thousands still living with the physical and mental damage caused by fighting in the war on terror since 9/11 in 2001. A military source said: “Prince Harry is a huge ambassador for the wounded and feel