There is no truth to the report that Kate Middleton is now begging her husband, Prince William, to attend couples therapy with her following his Swiss ski trip. Gossip Cop has dismissed the tale fabricated by Celeb Dirty Laundry which claimed that the royal couple’s marriage “has never been in more trouble.” To address their marital woes, the Duchess of Cambridge allegedly wants to undergo marriage counseling. William previously made headlines when he went on a ski trip with his male friends. The father-of-two has been photographed talking to a then-unidentified woman. Rumors immediately surfaced that Kate did not like that William seemed too pleased. These allegations have been dismissed by the famous news debunking site too. Apart from their duties, William and Kate are focused on p
The Duchess of Cambridge needs sharp elbows , writes Camilla Tominey THE Duchess of Cambridge has joked that Prince George has “no idea what’s going to hit him” when he starts school in September but Kate might find she’s in for an even bigger culture shock. I doubt parents come more sharpel-bowed than at Thomas’s Battersea, described by the Tatler Schools Guide as “high achieving” and “competitive”. Uh oh! It’s going to make the Montessori nursery George attended up in Norfolk feel like a petting zoo. Cue playground gaggles of maniacal mothers bemoaning the lack of theoretical physics classes for four-year-olds and obsessing over verbal and non-verbal reasoning tests. “Has George started to play an instrument yet?” will undoubtedly be the opening gambit from some Boden-clad sociopath
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have enrolled Prince George at Thomas's School in Battersea, which he will start attending from September. The young Prince, who will be four years old when the term commences, will be a part of a famous alumni as former pupils of Thomas's include singer Florence Welch and model Cara Delevingne as well as older sisters Poppy and Chloe Delevingne. Last week, Kensington Palace made the announcement in a statement, which read: "Their Royal Highnesses are delighted to have found a school where they are confident George will have a happy and successful start to his education." The £6,110-a-term private school is for both boys and girls between the ages of four and 13. The institution has a strong focus on the arts, sports and outdoor activities in addition t
April 16, 2014, was a red-letter day for Princess Désirée von Hohenlohe, the Brussels-based founder of boutique children’s wear line Les Petites Abeilles. That morning, after having spent the past six months caring for her newborn, Felicity, Von Hohenlohe decided it was high time to catch up on the news, so she clicked to the BBC, where the most-watched video was one showing the Cambridge family’s arrival in Australia. To her great surprise, Prince George was wearing a smocked sailboat romper of Von Hohenlohe’s design, sent as a gift at the suggestion of a friend. “It was a series of funny coincidences,” says Von Hohenlohe. “I didn’t know that the Duchess of Cambridge loves sailing, and of course sailing was very appropriate for New Zealand.” [The little prince wore the outfit twice.] And
While some things change, others stay the same. When Prince William went to his first day of nursery school, more than 100 reporters stood at the schoolhouse gates to watch Princess Diana and Prince Charles drop off their older son at Mrs. Mynors' Nursery School. It was the first time a member of the royal family had attended nursery school outside of Buckingham Palace, and it certainly was quite the sight. The royal couple chose to send their son to a Montessori school, a method that balances work and play and encourages children to develop at their own rate. The method might have stuck with Wills, as he and wife Kate Middleton opted to send their son, Prince George, to Westacre Montessori School for nursery. Of course, Prince George's first day differed drastically from that of his...
Prince George is gearing up for a mini adventure. Two thousand and seventeen will be filled with a lot of change for the young Prince, who is not only moving to London, but also starting at a pre-preparatory school in September. George will settle into his new city life with his younger sister Princess Charlotte and his parents Prince William and Kate, and no doubt make lots of new friends. So what exactly is in store for George's milestone year? The three-year-old and his family are expected to relocate to London over the summer, before the start of the school year. George is tipped to follow in his dad's footsteps by enrolling at the £6,865-a-term Wetherby School, a stone's throw from Kensington Palace. His father Prince William and uncle Prince Harry both attended the pre-preparatory
Kate and William's SHOCK change of plans for Prince George as he is sent to new school Prince George may not go to the same school as his father but instead attend a smaller, more discreet pre-preparatory closer to Kensington Palace, say royal insiders. It had been assumed the three-year-old royal, who starts reception in September, would attend Wetherby School in Notting Hill, where Princes William and Harry were both pupils. But the Sunday Express has learned that George is more likely to be enrolled at the brand new Wetherby Kensington, a five-minute walk from the Cambridges’ London home. As well as being close, Wetherby Kensington will be much smaller, initially opening with just two reception classes for boys aged four and five. A source said: “The Duke and Duchess like t