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  • Prince William reveals Prince George's favourite book

    Prince William met schoolchildren during an engagement in Oxford when the conversation naturally turned to his own youngsters, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. William spent several minutes chatting to the pupils from Pegasus Primary School about their favourite books and lessons. He spoke of his family's fondness for one children's book in particular – The Gruffalo. Schoolgirl Xiomara, eight, told reporters: "His favourite book was The Gruffalo." When asked if the Julia Donaldson book was a favourite with William, or his son George and his daughter Charlotte, the schoolgirl added: "His and his children." CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Prince William said that George's

  • Sweden's Prince Nicolas wears sweater designed by Princess Marie-Chantal

    An ensemble fit for a prince designed by royalty. For his first Mother’s Day with mom Princess Madeleine of Sweden, Prince Nicolas wore a cardigan from Crown Princess of Greece, Marie-Chantal’s luxury childrenswear line. CLICK FOR FULL GALLERY Photo: Facebook.com/PrincessMadeleineOfSweden In the Mother’s Day snap, the adorable little prince wore Marie-Chantal Children’s Star and Crown Cardigan. The blue spring sweater, which originally retailed for $110 though is on sale for $44, is made of lightweight cotton fabric. Photo: MarieChantal.com The cardigan, which is fitting for a royal tot, features an intarsia crown and star on the elbows in addition to a contrast colored front pocket. The Swedish prince

  • Swedish royals following in Prince William and Kate Middleton's footsteps with a visit to Bhutan

    King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden and his wife Queen Silvia will be following in Prince William and Kate Middleton’s footsteps. The Swedish royal palace announced on May 6 that the monarchs will pay a state visit to Bhutan.Their Majesties, who were invited by the Dragon King King Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck), will begin their three-day state visit on June 8. In addition to the royals, a number of Swedish companies will also take part in the visit.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERYPhotos: WireImageThe trip will mark Sweden’s first state visit to the South Asian country and will be used as an opportunity to strengthen ties between