Prince George has arrived for his very first public engagement. The eight-month-old royal was pictured in the backseat of a car alongside mum Kate Middleton arriving at Government House in Wellington to attend a special playgroup arranged in his honour. The Duchess of Cambridge smiled and waved out of the window to the crowds who had gathered to catch a glimpse of the royal mum, her husband Prince William and their baby boy. GALLERY: Inside Prince George's playdate Kate was dressed in the same MaxMara wrap she wore when she touched down in Sydney earlier this week, but changed into a $450 black
Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall are celebrating their ninth wedding anniversary on 9 April 2014. To mark Charles and Camilla's big day, HELLO! Online has gathered a list of ten facts you may not have known about the occasion. Prince Charles and Camilla on their wedding day, 2005 1. Clarence House made the official announcement on 10 February 2005 that Prince Charles was to marry Camilla Parker-Bowles, the daughter of the late Major Bruce Middleton Hope Shand and the late Hon Rosalind Maud Shand. Camilla had been making appearances alongside the Prince for some time. 2. The wedding date was set
Prince Laurent of Belgium has been discharged from hospital after having spent three weeks under the care of doctors. The 50-year-old prince was rushed to hospital in Brussels with pneumonia at the end of March, and was voluntarily placed in a medically-induced coma to help him recover. Laurent is now stable and will continue his recovery at home, royal spokesperson Pierre-Emmanuel De Bauw has confirmed. The palace has also asked for privacy for the prince and his family at this time. Prince Laurent of Belgium Laurent was in a coma for two days in order to give the antibiotics time to act against the pneumonia.
Prince William and Kate Middleton left baby Prince George in the safe care of his nanny in Wellington, New Zealand as they set off to attend their first joint engagement outside of the Kiwi capital. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who started their three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand on Monday, have so far been carrying out their royal duties in Wellington, but Thursday morning saw the couple fly the fifteen minutes to Blenheim for a very special event. Gallery: the royal baby in pictures CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Excitement was at fever pitch in Blenheim as crowds gathered to
Prince William and Kate Middleton headed out for their second engagement in Blenheim, New Zealand on Thursday morning, as part of their three-week tour of the country and neighbouring Australia. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had, earlier in the day, taken part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the town's war memorial to commemorate the victims of the First World War and other conflicts. Shortly after noon, William, 31, and Kate, 32, travelled to the next stop on their itinerary — the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre nearby, where they were scheduled to view an aircraft exhibition and flight display. CLICK ON PHOTO TO