The Duchess of Cambridge is recycling her clothes again. Conscious of possible criticism in Britain, which is still struggling to get out of recession, Kate is being careful not to be seen as a wild spender.
On Friday, May 18, the Duchess of Cambridge joined her husband Prince William, Prince Harry, and other members of the Royal Family for a rare gathering of the crowned and dethroned heads of the world at a formal lunch to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
This is what royalty is good for. William and Catherine showed sincere interest in the young cancer patients they met at the Royal Marsden Hospital. William is President of the hospital, a role he consciously took on to support a favorite charity of his late mother, Princess Diana.
More than just Prince William's Papa or Princess Di's ex, Charles is a power for good on the charitable scene. Never mind the soap opera part of his life, the Prince is actively engaged in vital social issues, and shedding light on looming ecological disasters.
Keen on dispelling any final doubts about her suitability as future Queen, Kate Middleton has been sticking firmly to the ‘How to Be A Princess’ rulebook. Having successfully completed Phase 1 (bag a Prince), Kate has begun to expand her...
It has started with a trickle; eventually it will be a torrent. In the fullness of time, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, will be given access to all the gems in the royal jewel pool.Eagle-eyed observers have noticed that the...
With her fabulous, tumbling dark hair, Kate can wear just about anything and still look great, but navy to medium blues give her a streamlined elegance that accentuates her figure and allows her to avoid the drabness of unrelieved black.
Each faced challenges such as switching to a new language, giving up an impressive career, or dealing with a royal mother-in-law who'd been combing the Almanach de Gotha for a suitable blue-blooded (non-commoner) bride.