Radio 1 listeners got a huge surprise on Friday when Prince William and his wife Catherine stopped by for a chat with DJ Scott Mills. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the radio station to wish DJ Adele Roberts the best of luck in Sunday’s London Marathon, which she is running for the Heads Together campaign. The royal couple are also supporting the mental health charity. William chatted at ease with Scott, and gave listeners a giggle when he mentioned his recent ski trip to Verbier in March and the now infamous ‘dad dancing’ incident. Scott asked if the couple ever attend concerts or gigs. William replied that it’s a bit tricky and said: "You know I've got in enough trouble with my dancing recently, so it's best to keep away from that." William and Kate appeared to have a fun t
Duchess of Cambridge Meets With Heads Together Runners Heads Together is a mental health initiative spearheaded by the duchess, Prince William and Prince Harry. CASUAL KATE: Ahead of the annual London Marathon, which takes place this Sunday, the Duchess of Cambridge has stepped out and met with runners who are supporting the Heads Together campaign on Wednesday. Heads Together is a mental health initiative spearheaded by the duchess, Prince William and Prince Harry. It aims to raise awareness around issues pertaining to mental illness. On Wednesday, the young royal helped to launch Royal Mail mailboxes decorated with light blue Heads Together headbands which are situated along the London Marathon route. She met and spoke with the runners who will be supporting the Heads Toget...
Wounded warriors Ivan Castro and Karl Hinett will run two consecutive marathons — the Boston Marathon and the Virgin Money London Marathon — this month to raise money and awareness for combat veterans suffering from mental health problems like post-traumatic stress disorder. The two are partnering with the Heads Together foundation, a veteran’s charity focused on mental health that was founded last year by Britain’s Prince Harry, Prince William, and Catherine, the duchess of Cambridge. Both Castro, 49, and Hinett, who is 30, sustained serious injuries in Iraq and turned to physical endurance challenges like marathons to rebuild their lives. “A lot of military veterans feel the stigma (of mental health issues), and it’s impacting in a negative way,” Hinett said in an interview wit
She may be one of the most followed royal family members in London. But when it comes to Kate Middleton, fans can't stop wanting to know more about the Duchess of Cambridge. Earlier this week, an extensive biography on the royal family was released across the pond. Titled Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life, the finished product written by Sally Bedell Smith takes an in-depth look at the famous family. Lucky for us, Vogue was able to read it from beginning to end and share more than a few interesting tidbits. Take a look at 5 facts we learned about the Duchess of Cambridge and those closest to her. 1. Cool Queen: When Prince William and Kate were planning their dream wedding, the Queen turned out to be totally chill about the guest list. Shor...
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ROYALS' NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM Prince Harry treats girlfriend Meghan Markle to romantic after-hours tour of Natural History Museum Prince Harry is following his sister-in-law who is a patron of the museum and his niece and nephew who are frequent visitors. PRINCE Harry has treated his girlfriend Meghan Markle to a romantic after-hours museum tour. The couple slipped in to London’s Natural History Museum as it was closing on Sunday. A source said: “Meg had always wanted to go so Harry arranged a private visit. “It’s quite romantic after dark as all the exhibits, including the dinosaurs, are all still lit up. “And of course, they had it to themselves.” The museum is popular with royals. Harry’s sister-in-law Kate is its patron and often takes along kids George, three, and Charlotte, 23
Little Alfie Lunn was supposed to quietly present Queen Elizabeth with a bouquet of flowers on Thursday after she unveiled a war memorial in London. Instead, the 2-year-old took matters into his own hands, putting on an amusing display for the monarch. With Prince Philip, 95, watching in amusement, the little boy squirmed in his mother’s arms, tried to jet away from the Queen and even fell to the floor in frustration as his embarrassed mother, in military uniform, tried to wrangle him under control. All while the Queen waited for her posies. He handed them over eventually, though, prompting a sweet smile from the Queen, 90. Alfie’s mother, Cpl. Michele Lunn told reporters afterwards that the Queen had been “very understanding” thanks to having children of her own. “She thanked us,” Lun
See the Gorgeous $225,000 Princess Diana Heirloom That Just Sold at an Art Fair An exquisite Edwardian diamond tiara valued at $225,000 that belonged to an ancestor of Princess Diana has sold at an art fair. The tiara, set with more than 800 diamonds, was given to Lady Delia Spencer, great aunt to Diana, by her father the 6th Earl Spencer on her 1914 wedding day. On Thursday, hours after it was shown at the world’s biggest art and antiques fair, TEFAF, in Holland, it was snapped up — though jewelers Hancocks London won’t reveal who bought it and the price at which it sold. “The tiara is a wonderful example of superb craftsmanship with a unique provenance,” said Guy Burton of Hancocks. Lady Delia married the Hon. Sidney Peel, grandson of the Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel, in 1914.