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No need to curtsy when meeting William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge

No need to curtsy when meeting William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge

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Just what are the rules for meeting Kate Middleton and Prince William, the future queen and king of England? “When meeting TRH [Their Royal Highnesses], there is no need for ladies to curtsy,” Avenue magazine’s Daisy Prince writes she was told at the A Taste of Norfolk event in the UK. “You may simply nod your head slightly (also known as bowing from the neck) or just shake hands. When you address TRH, you should address them in the first instance as ‘Your Royal Highness,’ and thereafter as ‘Sir’ or ‘Ma’am’, pronounced to rhyme with ‘ham.’ ” Source: pagesix com
Cecile Reinaud is the designer of maternity line to the stars Séraphine Cecile has revealed what happened when Catherine Duchess of Cambridge wore one of her dress

Cecile Reinaud is the designer of maternity line to the stars Séraphine Cecile has revealed what happened when Catherine Duchess of Cambridge wore one of her dress

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'The Kate effect nearly crashed my website': Seraphine designer Cecile Reinaud reveals what REALLY happened when the Duchess of Cambridge wore one of her dresses Cecile Reinaud is the designer of maternity line to the stars Séraphine She sold 20,000 units when the duchess wore one of her designs She says she would now like to see Princess Charlotte in her clothes The 'Kate effect' is a phenomenon that most designers would be glad to experience. And for maternity dress designer Cecile Reinaud, having one of her pieces photographed on the Duchess made her clothing company Séraphine a household name. Cecile's fuchsia garment was pictured on the Duchess in her first official family photograph with her husband Prince William and Prince George in 2013. As soon as the dress was confirmed to
“It’s a tricky situation for Pippa. She would want her sister by her side, as who else would she trust to make things go well?”

“It’s a tricky situation for Pippa. She would want her sister by her side, as who else would she trust to make things go well?”

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Yesterday heralded some wedding news: Pippa Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge’s younger sister, is engaged. To none other than James Matthews, a hedge fund manager - and Spencer Matthews’ brother. And of course we’d expect to see Kate in all her elegance right behind her on the aisle as bridesmaid. But as soon we began dreaming of it, we had to let the vision go, as she’s apparently unlikely to have a role in the wedding. The reason for this is pretty ridiculous but, at the same time, logical. Those in-the-know say that the Duchess of Cambridge likely won’t play a part due to the risk of upstaging her sister. Royals author Judy Wade told People: "Kate would upstage her sister. “It’s a tricky situation for Pippa. She would want her sister by her side, as who else would she trust t
Prince William’s charity foundation deny they are in financial trouble

Prince William’s charity foundation deny they are in financial trouble

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A spokesperson for Prince William and Prince Harry's charitable foundation has been forced to deny they are in financial trouble after accounts show they spent less on grants for charities last year t Prince William and Prince Harry's charitable foundation has been forced to deny they are in financial trouble after their spending on grants for charities declined. The charity - for which Duchess Catherine is also a Patron - raised a total income of £4.26 million last year, over £200,000 more than the previous year. However, their spending on charity grants dropped to £1.76 million, £730,000 lower than the last 12 months. A spokesperson for the charity told the Mail Online: "The Royal Foundation is in excellent financial health. A number of projects are becoming firmly embedded and maki
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend SAS celebrations

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend SAS celebrations

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Royality
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew to Herefordshire yesterday to join thousands of soldiers marking the 75th anniversary of the SAS. The royal party – which also included two-year-old Prince George – unveiled a statue at the elite regiment's Credenhill base. It had been suggested earlier in the week that Prince Harry would be present but the Hereford Times understands that he did not attend. Entertainment on the day included flyovers from Spitfires while guests also enjoyed rides on the dodgems and lazerquest games. Source: kidderminstershuttle co uk
Watch the detail of things happening and to happen in UK in this week!

Watch the detail of things happening and to happen in UK in this week!

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Watch the detail of things happening and to happen in UK in this week!     Whether you fancy a luxury spa treatment and fashionable cocktails at the Corinthia Hotel or helping the community with a charity cupcake drive, its something for everyone to enjoy over the next week across the United Kingdom.   Friday 12 September – Comedy with Vinopolis Vinopolis, London’s premium wine, champagne and spirit experience, is catering for every comedy lover's needs this September with their fabulous comedy night MC’d by Mark Dolan of Channel 4’s ‘Balls of Steel - an evening of humor with the best wine in London, what’s not to love? Saturday 13 September - BBC Proms in the Park Enjoy the last of the summer season with BBC's Proms in the Park. With special guest st