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Prince George takes after dad William as the sweetest pageboy ever!

Prince George takes after dad William as the sweetest pageboy ever!

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Prince George takes after dad William as the sweetest pageboy ever! Prince William’s son George looked just like his dad as pageboy to Pippa Middleton Pippa Middleton looked beautiful at her wedding to James Matthews on Saturday, but there was one other little star who caught the attention of photographers – gorgeous three-year-old Prince George. The son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was a pageboy on the big day and looked very smart in his ivory double-breasted shirt and silk knickerbockers. As he smiled cutely for the cameras, there was an uncanny resemblance to his father Prince William who was pageboy at the wedding of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson back to 1986. Prince George waves from the car at Pippa Middleton's wedding Just four at the time, William looked a

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry threw a tea party at Buckingham Palace for the children of men and women who died serving their country

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Royals host tea party for bereaved children of Armed Forces families The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry threw a tea party at Buckingham Palace for the children of men and women who died serving their country. William, Kate and Harry welcomed more than 800 children and teenagers to the Queen's London home for the Party at the Palace. The younger royals joined in the fun, with the Duchess and Prince Harry launching water balloons into the crowd with a catapult. At one point, Prince Harry helped young spiderman, George Hinchliffe, 3, spin plates as Jack Rigby, the son of Fusilier Lee Rigby, who was killed by two Islamic extremists in Woolwich, watched alongside his mother, Rebecca, 34. Mrs Rigby said: "We met Harry briefly while we were spinning the plates. ...
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have honoured the memory of Armed Forces men and women who died serving their country by hosting a Buckingham Palace tea party for their children

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have honoured the memory of Armed Forces men and women who died serving their country by hosting a Buckingham Palace tea party for their children

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have honoured the memory of Armed Forces men and women who died serving their country by hosting a Buckingham Palace tea party for their children. William, Kate and Harry welcomed around 850 children and teenagers to the Queen's famous London home for the Party at the Palace event. The sprawling garden was transformed into an open-air festival for the guests, who brought a surviving parent or guardian Entertainers included the ventriloquist Nina Conti, daughter of actor Tom Conti, singer Jess Glynne and Britain's Got Talent-winning magician Lance Corporal Richard Jones. After enjoying the live performances, the youngsters were wowed when RAF parashooters landed in the garden. At the party, the children got involved in ac...