The Duchess of Cambridge, nee Kate Middleton, was in high spirits as she carried out a solo engagement in Portsmouth on Friday. Kate visited the headquarters of 1851 Trust, of which she is Royal Patron, to learn about projects inspiring young people to take up sailing. The 34-year-old looked as stylish as ever in a McQueen skirt and top with black court shoes and her hair down in loose waves. She was visiting the centre to launch the 1851 Trust's two flagship sailing projects in partnership with UKSA and the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Kate visited the 1851
Mike Tindall opens up about daughter Mia's scene-stealing handbag moment in the Queen's 90th birthday portrait
Mike Tindall has opened up about his daughter Mia stealing the spotlight in the Queen's 90th birthday portrait. The adorable two-year-old became the protagonist of the image which featured all of the monarch's great-grandchildren by holding up her great-grandmother's handbag. But according to the proud dad, it wasn't all plain sailing as the youngster was being "a bit naughty" before the photograph was taken. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Mia looked simply adorable as she held her great-grandmother's handbag The rugby star, who revealed details of the photoshoot during an interview with Good Morning Britain, said: "It just happened at the right time. She was being a bit naughty. The queen got it quite right
The man who was arrested in the grounds of Buckingham Palace on Wednesday evening is a convicted murderer, it has emerged. Dennis Hennessy of Wembley, London, was jailed for four months during an appearance at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Friday morning. The 41-year-old pleaded guilty to one count of trespass on a protected site and one count of criminal damage during the court hearing. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Dennis Hennessy was caught trespassing in the grounds of Buckingham Palace The court was told that Dennis had been on licence after being convicted for the murder of a homeless man in 1992. He had
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Prince Harry has already completed his second Invictus Games helping wounded veterans and active military members and gone to Disney World, so what exactly is next for the ginger-haired royal? Well, apart from continuing his work with veterans, the 31-year-old will focus his efforts on three additional areas.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERYPhoto: Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for Invictus GamesThe royal, who founded his Paralympic-style sporting event in 2014 to inspire recovery and support rehabilitation of service members will extend the use of sports for social development. “He’s seen the power of sport, he knows what it can do in people’s lives,” a royal source told HELLO!.