Prince William confirms he is leaving the Armed Forces and moving back to London with Kate Middleton and Prince George
Prince William has announced that he is leaving the Armed Forces. A statement from Kensington Palace confirmed that the Duke of Cambridge is leaving the military after seven-and-a-half years of service. He completed his final shift as an RAF search and rescue pilot at RAF Valley in Anglesey on Tuesday. William, his wife Kate Middleton and their ten-week-old son Prince George will move from their Anglesey home to Kensington Palace "within the next few weeks". CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY The Prince will now focus on his royal duties and his charity work, and is "currently considering a number of options for public service,
Prince Harry enjoyed a glittering evening at the WellChild Awards on Wednesday night. The fun-loving royal, who is a patron of the charity for seriously ill children, attended the event at The Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane. Prince Harry was given the honour of presenting the award for Most Inspirational Child aged three to six. During the ceremony, the royal had the chance to meet and talk to the nominees of each category and their families. Prince Harry talks to Nikki Christou about his seven-week-old nephew George Speaking to Nikki Christou, nine, from Enfield, North London, the Prince revealed he had just seen baby
When it came to the incredibly important job of caring for their firstborn, Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to turn to a familiar face. The royal couple have asked William's former nanny, Jessie Webb, to help them look after their ten-week-old son Prince George. Jessie has been assisting William and Kate at their home in Anglesey, and this week was spotted with the new mum and her son for the first time. As the Duchess made a pit stop at a McDonalds car park to feed her little boy, enroute to Kensington Palace, Jessie was also seen emerging from the
Kate Middleton attended her first official engagement since giving birth to Prince George when she stepped out with Prince William at the Tusk Conservation Awards on Thursday night. Walking the zebra-adorned red carpet, new-mum Kate dazzled in floor-length sequin gown by Jenny Packham and wore her brunette hair in loose curls. The Duchess of Cambridge accessorised the sequined maxi dress with a pair of matching Jimmy Choo heels and diamond jewellery. William and Kate beamed as they walked into The Royal Society in London for the awards, hosted by journalist Kate Silverton, which recognise outstanding figures in African conservation. "This is our first evening out without him [Prince George],"
Prince William and Kate Middleton have once again been immortalised in wax as Madame Tussauds in Washington DC showed off their latest waxworks of the royal couple. On Thursday Patrick Davies, the British Deputy Ambassador to the United States, unveiled the figures which are modelled on William and Kate's appearance at a Los Angeles gala, during their first official tour to the USA and Canada. William is seen wearing a smart dinner suit and bow tie while Kate is dressed in a replica of the stunning lilac Alexander McQueen gown she chose for BAFTA Brits to Watch event in 2011. The waxworks were reportedly created solely using pictures and video