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Prepare the royal luggage for one! The Duchess of Cambridge will make her first official trip abroad, Kensington Palace has announced

Prepare the royal luggage for one! The Duchess of Cambridge will make her first official trip abroad, Kensington Palace has announced

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Prepare the royal luggage for one! The Duchess of Cambridge will make her first official trip abroad on Tuesday 11 October, Kensington Palace has announced. Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will leave her husband Prince William and her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at home as she carries out a day of engagements in the Netherlands. She will spend time in The Hague and Rotterdam, beginning her trip with a meeting with King Willem-Alexander at Villa Eikenhorst. Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will visit the Netherlands in October Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, who studied history of art at university, will then visit the Mauritshuis in The Hague for the exhibition, At Home in Holland: Vermeer and his Contemporaries from the British Royal Collection. The 22 works of art b...
Real Castle Weddings Fit For A Modern Day Princess And they lived happily ever after

Real Castle Weddings Fit For A Modern Day Princess And they lived happily ever after

Celebrities
Fairytale weddings are totally possible ― just pick a castle as your wedding venue. Below, 17 brides and grooms who got in touch with their inner kings and queens. 1 Claire Penn Photography Culzean Castle, Scotland 2 Anna Lauridsen Kullafoto Kronovall Castle, Sweden 3 Trentieme Etage Château d’Auvers sur Oise, France 4 London & Dorset wedding photographer Paul Underhill Highcliffe Castle, England 5 Carla Gates Photography Dromoland Castle, Ireland 6 Evert Doorn Photography Heeswijk Castle, Netherlands 7 Eclection Photography Lewes Castle, England 8 Thomas Steibl Maria Loretto Castle, Austria 9 Craig Obrist Photography Schönbrunn Palace, Austria 10 Annie Kheffache Photography Barberstown Castle, Irela
The Countess, who is Patron of England Hockey, sent the clip live from Balmoral, where the majestic castle can be seen in the background

The Countess, who is Patron of England Hockey, sent the clip live from Balmoral, where the majestic castle can be seen in the background

Countess of Wessex, Royality
The Countess of Wessex has sent an inspiring good luck message to the women's England hockey team ahead of their Olympic match on Friday night. Sophie recorded a sweet video from the Queen's Scottish residence Balmoral, where she is currently enjoying her summer holidays with her family. "Hi girls, well done, congratulations you're in the final," said Sophie. "This is everything that you've worked for. It's fantastic and I'm so proud of you. "I'll be watching tomorrow night. I'm just so sad I can't be with you but I'm there in spirit. Good luck, take care, I hope everybody's okay from last night and... Bring it home. Well done!" Sophie Wessex is Patron of England Hockey The Countess, who is Patron of England Hockey, sent the clip live from Balmoral, where the majestic castle can be s...
Dutch Royal Family Congratulates First-Ever

Dutch Royal Family Congratulates First-Ever

Queen Elizabeth II, Royality
The Dutch royal family The Dutch royal family LARS BARON/GETTY Monday was a big day for Dutch athletics history – nearly 6,000 miles away from Amsterdam! Gymnast Sanne Wevers took home the Netherlands's first-ever women's individual medal in the sport during Tuesday afternoon's balance beam final, besting some strong competition in the form of Americans Simone Biles and Laurie Hernandez. And Wevers had some famous faces in the crowd cheering her on: The Dutch royal family, including King Williem-Alexander, Queen Maxima and their children Princess Catharina-Amalia, Princess Alexia and Princess Ariane. The family, who just arrived in Rio yesterday to see the second half of the 2016 games, watched the routine from their space in the stands, but after the medal ceremony, went down