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The Duchess of Cambridge is facing a difficult dilemma ahead of this year's BAFTAs. Kate, 36, will have to choose between making a political statement, or risk being the only woman wearing a coloured gown following the news that actresses are preparing to wear black dresses in support of the Time's Up movement. A letter has been circulated to all the female nominees urging them to follow in the footsteps of the women at the Golden Globes in order to make a "strong, unifying and simple statement". Therefore Kate, who will attend this year's BAFTA ceremony with husband Prince William, has a
Prince William has jokingly admitted that he wouldn't be able to cope if he and his wife Kate had twins. The Prince was attending the Centrepoint Awards at Kensington Palace on Thursday, when he opened up about his expanding brood. Speaking to Raymond Stoner, boss of Anston Properties, William said: "Our third child is due in April, I'm getting as much sleep as I can." Mr Stoner suggested he could save time by having twins, to which William replied: "Twins? I think my mental health would be tested with twins." The future King also told another supporter at the awards
Crown Prince Frederik has cut short his visit to South Korea and is returning to Denmark to see his ailing father Prince Henrik. The Danish royal palace has released a statement, informing the public that Prince Henrik's condition has "unfortunately greatly worsened". On Friday they announced: "His Royal Highness the Crown Prince has thus discontinued his stay in South Korea, where he was in conjunction with the Winter Olympics. The Crown Prince is now on his way to Denmark." The update comes a week after the palace revealed that doctors had found a benign tumour in Prince Henrik's lung. The
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Princess Mako of Japan, who earlier this week announced that she was postponing her 2018 wedding until at least 2020 because of "immaturity", reappeared for the first time at a public engagement since the bombshell announcement. Emperor Akihito's 26-year-old granddaughter, who will need to give up her royal status once she marries commoner Kei Komuro, looked happy and demure in a powder pink skirt suit and pearls at as she attended a a calligraphy exhibition in Tokyo on Friday. The Princess's nuptials were set to be one of three royal weddings planned for this year, along with Prince Harry and
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has taken her two eldest children to visit their grandfather Prince Henrik in hospital. Henrik, 83, has been seriously ill for the past two weeks and on Friday the Danish royal palace announced that his condition has "unfortunately greatly worsened". According to local publication BT, Mary visited her father-in-law early on Friday morning for half an hour, accompanied by her son Prince Christian, 12, and her daughter Princess Isabella, ten. Mary's husband Crown Prince Frederik is on his way back from South Korea, where he was attending the Winter Olympics as an International Olympic Committee
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