• Kate puts her photography skills to the test as she snaps baby elephants and rhinos on safari

    The Duchess of Cambridge, neé Kate Middleton, had the chance to put her photography skills to the test as she headed off on safari on Wednesday morning. The Duchess, who was joining her husband Prince William, enjoyed an open-air Jeep ride around the Kaziranga National Park in India, where the couple caught sight of rhinos and baby elephants. The final 30 minutes of their safari adventure was a private moment for the couple, as they were left to finish their journey without the media and just a few protection officers. It was then that Kate – a keen and talented shutterbug

  • Kate admits to missing Princess Charlotte and 'naughty' Prince George on village tour

    The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, admitted to missing her children as she visited Panbari village on the fourth day of her royal tour. Prince William and Kate met with locals at the village following their tour of Kaziranga National Park on Wednesday morning, and revealed the real reason they didn't bring their children along on the trip. The royal couple said Prince George is too "naughty" to join them in India, and joked that he would be "running around" the community centre, which sits on the border of the Kaziranga National Park. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY William and Kate visited

  • Queen's handwritten letter about Prince Philip romance to go up for auction

    After over 68 years of marriage, a rare handwritten letter that details how the Queen and Prince Philip first fell in love is set to go up for auction. The monarch wrote the letter when she was a 21-year-old princess, and recounts the early stages of their relationship including when they first met. The two-page letter was written to the author Mrs Betty Shew in 1947, just months before the Queen and Prince Philip were married. Mrs Shew was writing a book called Royal Wedding as a souvenir of the marriage, and the then Princess Elizabeth agreed to share details

  • Mum-of-two Kate shows off nurturing side as she feeds baby animals at sanctuary

    After spending the morning seeing wildlife from the safety of their Jeep, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, neé Kate Middleton, had the chance to get up and close personal to some baby elephants and rhinos. The couple paid a visit to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation in Assam, India. William and Kate, who had left their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at home in Norfolk, showed off their nurturing sides as they took part in a feeding session. The couple played mother and father to the smallest animals in the group, two elephants and one rhino

  • Prince William and Kate 'safe' after earthquake tremors felt in India

    A 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit Myanmar on Wednesday evening, with tremors felt as far as Bangladesh, Bhutan and India. Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, neé Kate Middleton, are on the last day of their tour of India before they set off for Bhutan on Thursday. The Duke and Duchess felt the tremors during their stay in Assam, north-east India, where they are visiting the Kaziranga National Park. A royal spokesperson confirmed: "As far as I know, tremors were felt across the region and everyone is okay." CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY "Tremors were felt across the region and everyone is okay," a

  • Kate Middleton style: Duchess stuns in lace Alice Temperley dress

    Kate Middleton has been impressing fashion fans with her top notch selections on the royal tour, and Tuesday was no exception. As she joined her husband Prince William to meet the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kate dazzled in a lovely lace jade dress from Alice Temperley, one of her favorite designers. She complemented the look with a pair of simple nude heels and a LK Bennett 'Natalie' straw clutch bag.The 100 per cent cotton dress features a high mock neck, fitted waist and a fluted midi hem – a silhouette favored by the Duchess. Fans of

  • Meet Kate Middleton's royal tour glam squad

    So far Kate Middleton's royal tour wardrobe hasn't been anything less than stunning. With just a few days in, the stylish mom-of-two has already pulled off a number of covetable looks for her engagements in India, and while she certainly looks effortless each time, there is an entourage working behind the scenes helping the 34-year-old get ready.On Tuesday, we caught a rare glimpse of Kate's entourage as they were arriving to Assam's Tezpur Airport. Natasha Archer, the Duchess of Cambridge's personal assistant and stylist, was photographed carrying suit carriers, in addition to luggage and what looked to be a

  • Prince William and Kate set off on safari on day four of their royal tour

    After a fun-filled evening of traditional music and dance, Prince William and Kate Middleton were up early on Wednesday morning to head off on Safari. The royal couple, who are on day four of their royal tour of India and Bhutan, looked excited to be setting off for their tour of Kaziranga National Park, smiling and waving to onlookers as they drove away on a Jeep.CLICK TO VIEW FULL GALLERYWilliam and Kate looked excited to be heading off for their tour Photo: Getty ImagesThe park is a World Heritage Site and a wildlife conservation area of global importance, home