• William and Kate submit plans for a new tennis court at Anmer Hall

    It's no secret that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, are big tennis fans; they played opposite each other during the start of their romance at St Andrews, and are scheduled to appear again at Wimbledon next week. Now the royal couple are looking to secure a home advantage, by submitting plans to revamp the tennis court at Anmer Hall. Prince William and Kate have filed a planning application with the borough council asking to relocate the tennis court at their rural Norfolk retreat, which was a wedding gift from the Queen. The couple are currently staying

  • William and Kate submit plans for a new tennis court at Anmer Hall

    It's no secret that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, are big tennis fans; they played opposite each other during the start of their romance at St Andrews, and are scheduled to appear again at Wimbledon next week. Now the royal couple are looking to secure a home advantage, by submitting plans to revamp the tennis court at Anmer Hall. Prince William and Kate have filed a planning application with the borough council asking to relocate the tennis court at their rural Norfolk retreat, which was a wedding gift from the Queen. The couple are currently staying

  • Pippa Middleton and Prince Harry's African adventures

    While Prince William and Kate Middleton busily prepare for the christening of baby Princess Charlotte on Sunday, Kate's younger sister Pippa Middleton and William's brother Prince Harry are busy on their own adventures in Africa.Avid sportswoman Pippa has completed a race in Kenya, Africa, just 1 week after competing in a 54-mile charity bike ride alongside her brother James. The 31-year-old brunette completed the full version of the Safaricom Marathon, running over 26 miles to raise money for the conservation charity Tusk Trust, of which Prince Willam is a patron.The route took Pippa through Lewa Conservancy – a place

  • William and Kate submit plans for a new tennis court at Anmer Hall

    It's no secret that Prince William and Kate Middleton are big tennis fans; they played opposite each other during the start of their romance as students at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, and are scheduled to appear again at Wimbledon next week. Now the royal couple are looking to secure a home advantage by submitting plans to revamp the tennis court at Anmer Hall.Prince William and Kate have filed a planning application with the local council asking to relocate the tennis court at their rural English retreat, which was a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth. The couple