• The Duchess of Cambridge shares her hopes for George and Charlotte as she guest edits news site

    The Duchess of Cambridge has begun her guest editing role on The Huffington Post UK. In her first blog post written for the news site, Kate explained why she is launching the Young Minds Matter initiative, and shared her hopes for her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte as they grow up. The 34-year-old said that her role as Patron of a number of different charities, including Place2Be and Action on Addiction has helped her to see that many problems in adulthood stem from unresolved childhood issues. CLICK TO VIEW FULL GALLERY Kate guest edited The Huffington Post UK Kate continued to say

  • Sporty Kate to join Judy Murray in tennis coaching workshop

    The Duchess of Cambridge will travel to Edinburgh for a trio of engagements on Wednesday 24 February. One of her stops will take her to Craigmount High School where sporty Kate will take part in a Tennis on the Road coaching clinic, hosted by Judy Murray. Kate, who is known as the Countess of Strathearn in Scotland, will join Judy and other tennis coaches at the workshop, Kensington Palace has revealed. Judy's foundation Tennis on the Road aims to deliver starter tennis to both adults and children, encouraging them to get active and play the sport. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Keen tennis fan

  • Prince Charles meets his biggest fan – a 6-year-old boy who likes to steal his style

    Prince Charles was introduced to his number one fan during a visit to North Yorkshire on Wednesday. The future King came face-to-face with his own mini-me – a young boy called Benjamin Cooper who likes to dress like the Prince. Benjamin's parents Elaine and Ian explained that their son is a big fan of the royal family, after learning about them at school. The six-year-old now wears a suit whenever he can, even at friends' parties, to emulate Charles' style. Speaking about his idol the Prince, Benjamin said: "I like him because he was the smartest dressed when we studied them

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  • Kate Middleton turns editor for a day for the Huffington Post

    While her day might usuallly involve attending an official function or taking care of little Prince George and Princess Charlotte, this morning Kate Middleton woke up and headed straight to the office! Kensington Palace was converted into a newsroom as the Duchess stepped into her role as guest editor for the Huffington Post UK.CLICK HERE FOR FULL GALLERY OF KATE'S DAY AS AN EDITORKate spent Wednesday as guest editor of the Huffington Post U.K. Photo: Getty ImagesPrince William's wife began her day by writing a blog post for the news site focused on her Young Minds Matter initiative in

  • Kate Middleton's trip to Scotland: A tennis coaching session and more of her plans

    Kate Middleton is heading back to Scotland! Four months after she visited Dundee with her husband Prince William, Kate will be going to Edinburgh for a trio of engagements on February 24. The first stop on her tour will be at Craigmount High School, where she will take part in a tennis coaching session with British tennis player Andy Murray's mom, Judy Murray. Kate, who is known as the Countess of Strathearn in Scotland, will join Judy and other tennis coaches at the workshop, Kensington Palace has revealed. The training session will be run by the Tennis on the