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Princess Madeleine of Sweden has posted a touching tribute to her tiny newborn daughter. "We are so happy to have Leonore in our life," the proud new mum wrote on her Facebook page, alongside a sweet snapshot of her two-week-old baby's hand clutching her finger. "She is a little angel and like her name, she brings sunshine even on cloudy days. From the bottom of our hearts, we would like to thank each and every one of you for your lovely best wishes for our daughter. She feels very loved." CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE Madeleine and her husband Chris O'Neill welcomed
SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO Prince William has revealed that he and his wife Kate Middleton are fans of parenting website Netmums, and that the new royal parents often use the website themselves. The Duke of Cambridge, who welcomed his first son Prince George in July last year, told the co-founders of Netmums that "he and Kate used it and so did their friends," said Siobhan Freegard, one of the mums who was honoured at an investiture ceremony on Tuesday. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY The 46-year-old mother of three said she was "bowled over" by the royal seal of approval as she
Kate Middleton honoured the doctor who helped bring her son Prince George into the world by attending his leaving lunch on Monday evening. The Duchess of Cambridge was a guest at the farewell gathering for Sir Marcus Setchell, the Queen’s surgeon-gynaecologist, at the Hyde Park Hilton. Sir Marcus, 71, delivered William and Kate's baby, who is third in line to the throne, in July last year at the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Prince George was the third royal baby that the doctor had delivered, after the Countess of Wessex's two children Lady
Prince William and Kate Middleton will once again attend the annual St Patrick's Day Parade at Mons Barracks in Aldershot. The royal couple will visit to 1st Battalion Irish Guards on Monday 17 March. William will attend the Parade as Colonel of the regiment. His wife, meanwhile, will present the traditional springs of shamrock to officers and guardsmen. The Duchess of Cambridge was five months pregnant when she attended the parade last year with William by her side. Wearing the same green Emilia Wickstead dress coat she wore to the event in 2012, she charmed onlookers as she handed out shamrocks and
Prince Charles has been named the first vice patron of the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). As a long-time supporter of the animal charity, the prince was just 13 years old when he first showed his enthusiasm by joining the ZSL's Exceptional Young Zoologist Club. Now the first-in-line to the throne, 65, has cemented his passion and joins his mother the Queen as a representative for ZSL. The Queen has been the royal patron of the society since her coronation in 1953. Director general Ralph Armond said that he was "delighted" that Charles would be taking up the five-year term. The royal