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Following their break in Mustique, it looks like the Cambridge family are enjoying spending more quality time together – this time a little closer to home! It is thought that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have taken their three young children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to spend time at their Norfolk residence – Anmer Hall. According to Twitter user Cepe Smith, William was seen travelling to and from France for his engagement on Wednesday with RAF Marham Norfolk. Now that school is out for the summer for George and Charlotte, there is little wonder that
Prince Harry first met his future sister-in-law after she started dating Prince William in 2003 when they were both students at St Andrews University. After the couple became engaged in 2010, Prince Harry described Kate as the 'big sister he never had'. The royals are all based at Kensington Palace in London, with the Cambridges living in the 21-room Apartment 1A, and Prince Harry sharing Nottingham Cottage with his new bride Meghan Markle; this proximity allows Harry to maintain a close bond with his sister-in-law and the pair often work together on official engagements promoting their Heads Together campaign.
As the Queen is sovereign in Australia - and thanks to the Parliamentary Entitles Act of 1990 - Australian citizens are actually entitled to receive a special gift should they request it – a portrait of Her Majesty! According to the 'constituents' request program', voters Down Under are eligible to receive nationhood material, which includes recordings of the National Anthem, a booklet on the flags of Australia, a booklet on Australia's national symbols and a portrait of the monarch and the Duke of Edinburgh. Australians can request a free portrait of the Queen So how would Australians go about attaining their
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas' son Dylan recently revealed his aspirations to marry a princess from the British royal family, and now it seems that he has an extra-special link with one of them! On Wednesday, the teenager celebrated his 18th birthday, the very same day that Princess Beatrice turned 30. Both Dylan and Beatrice received heartfelt messages from their families to mark their special days too. Dylan's famous mum shared a video of her son – an aspiring actor – in his school play last year, telling her followers just how proud she was when he was in
Kensington Palace is one of the larger royal residences and has housed many notable royals over the years including Princess Margaret and Princess Diana. Both Prince William and Prince Harry were brought up in the palace and still currently live there. The Duke of Cambridge lives in Apartment 1A with his young family, while Prince Harry lives in Nottingham Cottage in a small two-bedroom cottage with his wife Meghan. Right next door to them are Princess Eugenie and her husband-to-be Jack Brooksbank. Also residing in the palace are the Duke and Duchess of Kent and Prince and Princess Michael
Inside royal homes including Prince Charles' Clarence House and Kate Middleton's Kensington Palace – see photos
The Duchess of Sussex has slipped into her royal role with ease, but there's one 'first' she is yet to experience – becoming a patron to her chosen charities. Meghan may already be a joint patron for the Royal Foundation with her husband Prince Harry and her in-laws Prince William and Kate, but she is yet to announce her individual, external patronages. HELLO! understands that Meghan, 37, is still deciding which causes she would like to support. It's been nearly three months since the royal wedding, but in a similar vein, her sister-in-law Kate waited nine months before announcing her patronages.
Though Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson met as children, their relationship began to blossom when she was reintroduced to the royal family by Princess Diana in 1985 when Sarah was invited to Royal Ascot. Their engagement was announced in march 1986 after a year-long romance and they married at Westminster Abbey just six months later. Sarah gave birth to Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice in 1988 and 1990, but in 1993 the couple announced their separation after months of speculation. Since their divorce the pair have remained close, attending official events together, and earlier this year Sarah attended Royal Ascot
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are much-loved by the British public, as is Sir David Attenborough, so it came as no surprise when the trio were ranked in a new survey conducted by Go Compare, which had asked members of the public across the UK who their most desired celebrity neighbour would be. However, while Prince William and Kate came in at number six in the popularity stakes, David was the ultimate dream-neighbour, and topped first place in the star-studded survey. Other well-known names that were listed included Mary Berry in second place, and Lorraine Kelly in ninth