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Princess Madeleine has revealed what she has been up to with her three children during maternity leave! The Swedish royal shared a gorgeous photo of her little ones at the stables on Sunday, where it looked like Princess Leonore, four, was learning to ride a horse. Another photo showed a horse learning over to smell Princess Adrienne's pushchair, who was sound asleep inside. Princess Madeleine simply captioned the post with horse and heart emojis, and the royal's fans were quick to comment on the sweet story, with one writing: "precious and adorable", while another added: "Nice pictures of your
Prince William's right-hand man Miguel Head is leaving his role as the Duke's private secretary. Miguel had held the coveted position since December 2012; he initially joined the Royal Household in September 2008 as press secretary to both William and Harry. A spokesperson for the Prince said: "His Royal Highness feels incredibly lucky to have benefited from Miguel’s advice and support over the last decade. He has been an outstanding Press Secretary and has been central to the decisions that have guided the establishment of The Duke's office. He has also been a valued advisor during an important period
In a first for the royal family, the Duchess of Cambridge has been appointed patron of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Kensington Palace announced the news on Twitter, stating that Kate's new patronage, which is effective from Monday, reflects her interest in the visual arts, photography and design. The pregnant royal last visited the iconic museum in June 2017, where she had the honour of opening the museum's new entrance, courtyard and gallery on Exhibition Road. Kate has long been passionate about photography and the arts, having graduated from the University of St Andrews in 2005 with a
Easter is fast approaching, and while most of us will take part in egg hunts, be reunited with friends and family and sit down to a big roast lunch, the Queen has an altogether different bank holiday. Her Majesty usually spends the long weekend at Windsor Castle, where she is joined by members of her family. In the past, she has celebrated with Prince William and Kate, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex, and her granddaughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. On Easter Sunday, the Queen always attends a church service at St George's Chapel, a 14th century landmark in
All you need to know about the royal weddings of 2018: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, Prince Christian, Louis