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Daddy's home! Prince William has returned to London after having spent the past week in Africa on a private working trip. The Duke was reunited with his family at Kensington Palace, no doubt thrilled to see his wife Kate, his son Prince George, his daughter Princess Charlotte and his newborn baby Prince Louis. Over the past week, William, 36, has travelled around Kenya, Tanzania and Namibia on a conservation trip. The Prince is president of the United for Wildlife group, royal patron of Tusk charity and also patron of the Royal African Society. His visit to Namibia was particularly poignant,
Royal fans will be delighted to hear that they will be able to celebrate the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in their comfort of their homes, as it has been announced that the couple's much-anticipated Autumn wedding will be televised on ITV. The nuptials, which will take place in St. George's Chapel, Windsor on 12 October, will be broadcast on This Morning from 9.25am for an one-off, three-hour special episode, which will be presented by Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes. Eugenie and Jack will tie the knot in October It was previously reported that the BBC passed on the
With autumn in full swing, the royal family are well and truly back in work mode. Their diaries are jam-packed with a number of engagements and tours, not to mention some very exciting personal family celebrations including Princess Eugenie's royal wedding and – fingers crossed – the release of new portraits of baby Prince Louis. Kate returns to work Firstly, on Tuesday the Duchess of Cambridge will officially return to work following her six-month maternity leave. Fans can't wait to see Kate back on the royal circuit; she is due to visit the Sayers Croft Forest School in Paddington where she'll