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Prince William has revealed that his time working as an air ambulance pilot took a toll on him that he would often take back home to his family after his shift ended. Speaking at an event to launch his Mental Health At Work initiative, he said: "You're just seeing all the sad things, all the pain everyday," as he chatted to senior paramedic Dawn Anderson, who has recovered from post traumatic stress disorder with help from her employer. He added: "I took a lot home without realising it." William chatted openly with guests at the event "If you see sad things every
When the Duchess of Cambridge joined the royal family in April 2011, she was given a very thoughtful wedding gift from her stepmother-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall. Camilla presented Kate with a gold link charm bracelet that featured a disc engraved with both of their monograms – on one side, a 'C' for Catherine and a coronet, and on the other, a 'C' for Camilla and a crown. Kate was first spotted wearing the new piece of jewellery in June 2011, two months after her royal wedding. She showcased it during a visit to Windsor when she and Prince William
It’s a big week for Prince Harry, who will be celebrating his 34th birthday this weekend! But first, Harry has another important event to tick off before the big day arrives on Saturday, as he’ll be marking his first outing as Captain General of the Royal Marines at the Royal Marines Commando Training Centre in Devon. This is the first time he’ll be publically stepping into the role since the Queen formally approved Harry to succeed his grandfather Prince Philip in December last year. Harry will meet Royal Marine recruits and injured veterans while exploring the centre and learning
Royal fans can't wait to find out when the Duchess of Cambridge will return to work following her maternity leave – and when they'll next catch a glimpse of her newborn son Prince Louis. The four-month-old has not been seen in public for a while; his last high-profile appearance was at his christening in July. And given his young age, Louis is not expected to make any more public outings. But royal watchers need not despair. The youngster will most likely feature in an official portrait soon. Speaking in HELLO!'s Royal Watch Facebook Live, our royal correspondent Emily Nash said:
We all know the fairytale story of how Prince William proposed to then-Kate Middleton during a safari trip near the foothills of Mount Kenya, and now the prince will revisit the special place as part of a tour of Africa in his work as patron of the Royal African Society. William took over the role after his grandmother the Queen stepped down from it last year after 64 years. He will visit Namibia, Tanzania and, of course, his beloved Kenya, to work on helping to save wildlife species that are endangered by poaching. At a reception in London held
Around the world, members of the royal family regularly pose for portraits, typically at special events, to mark a milestone or sometimes, they just like to surprise us! This week, the Royal Palace in Luxembourg delighted royal watchers after releasing a very down-to-earth portrait featuring the Grand Duke Henri, the Grand Duchess Maria Teresa and their five children Crown Prince Guillaume, Prince Felix, Prince Louis, Princess Alexandra, and Prince Sebastian. Also featured was Guillaume's wife Princess Stephanie and Princess Claire of Luxembourg, who is married to Felix. The picture – which was taken in the grounds of Berg castle