Prince William, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton together pushed the button to start the London marathon as hundreds of police lined the streets amid fears of a terror attack. The royals, who champion the marathon's official charity Heads Together, put their hands together to release almost 50,000 hopefuls on their gruelling 26-mile journey. Among them were celebrities including former Top Gear host Chris Evans, model Ashley James and Eastenders star Adam Woodyatt. Prince Harry, who hopes this will be the year of the 'mental health marathon', will present trophies to the top three elites and World Para Athletics Marathon World Cup competitors. Hundreds of police including armed patrols are lining the streets of London for the biggest anti-terror operation
'I disagree' Kate Middleton fans totally TORN over BBC Radio 1 appearance Kate Middleton and Prince William made a surprise visit to the BBC Radio 1 studies ahead of the London Marathon. The Duchess and Duke of Cambridge joined Scott Mills and Chris Stark as they surprised radio host Adele Roberts and discussed their Heads Together initiative. Prince George and Princess Charlotte's mum stepped out in a gorgeous white lace blouse with black trousers, as she stepped away from her usual frock and court shoes. Kate Middleton looked stunning as she wore her hair pinned off her face and discussed the charity with her husband, Prince William. But some people were totally torn by her casual look, and the outfit sparked a big debate on social media. Commenting, one fan wrote: " Oh my ...
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
Prince Harry did not ask Meghan Markle to shut down her lifestyle site, despite a report. Gossip Cop can set the record straight once again. As Gossip Cop reported, it was falsely alleged earlier this month that Prince Harry was to blame for Markle closing her blog, The Tig. In actuality, the actress chose to stop running the website because she was increasingly short on time and could no longer devote the effort required to maintain it while balancing her acting career with her charity endeavors. Though rumors about Prince Harry’s involvement, and even that Queen Elizabeth forced Markle to shut down the site, were debunked weeks ago, Star either missed the memo or has willfully chosen to spread misinformation in lieu of the truth. In a story about the couple’s “tangled web,”
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Prince William has opened up about his controversial trip to the Swiss ski resort of Verbier in March. William alongside his wife Kate Middleton surprised everyone by stepping into the BBC Radio 1 studio for a candid chat with DJ Adele Roberts on Friday, 21 April. When asked if he ever wants to bust a move while watching a concert, the 34-year-old said, "I've gotten into enough trouble with my dancing recently, so it's kind of best to keep away from that." A footage of the Duke Of Cambridge, dancing with his friends and two women at the Farinet nightclub in Switzerland had gone viral, and he faced much backlash for his behaviour. The Duke & Duchess have just got time to pre-record the @BBCR1 official chart show rundown with @gregjames - which you can listen to later. Reply...
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have officially overtaken Prince Harry in the cool royal stakes. They've been presenting the Radio One Chart Show with Greg James, and it was every bit as incredible as it sounds. So, they can now forget planting trees or receiving flowers from adoring crowds – these royals are now official showbiz celebrities. Watch the moment The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge read the #OfficialChart Top 10 for @GregJames 📈😱https://t.co/ADqv4dk1kp — BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) April 21, 2017 As well as earning their wages reading out the charts, William and Kate had a chat about everything from festivals to dancing. The Duke revealed that he "occasionally" tunes into Radio One and revealed that he had texted into Adele Roberts's show on his way back from work as
What Prince George and Princess Charlotte gave the Queen for her 91st birthday gift The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opened up about their two children making their great-grandmother a gift Prince William and Kate opened up about what they gave the Queen for her 91st birthday in a candid interview in BBC Radio 1, hinting to Scott Mills that they relied on their two children – Prince George and Princess Charlotte – to make their great grandmother a homemade gift. The Duchess of Cambridge said: "You're good at making things," to her husband before he added: "George is good at arts and crafts." She continued to say that the pair are getting the Queen something made. William and Catherine share their memories of Radio 1's #BigWeekend in Bangor with @Scott_Mills and @Chris_Stark 😍 p