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The Queen's former chef Darren McGrady has revealed that Frogmore Cottage – Prince Harry and Meghan's new country home – used to serve as accommodation for junior chefs. Staff quarters were basic and "a little bit run-down," he tells HELLO! exclusively. But once renovation work is complete, the royal cottage could be big enough to house 12 bedrooms. Darren, who lived next door to the Cottage at Frogmore Stables from 1985 to 1993, revealed: "When I was there, Frogmore Cottage was split into five different homes. Staff accommodation was run by the Crown properties so it was paid for by
Princess Beatrice has spoken exclusively to HELLO! about her joy at the results achieved by an African school backed by a charity of which she is patron. The Northwood African Education Foundation, which aims to help some of the world's poorest children through education, has built a school in northern Ethiopia. St George’s, in Azezo, educates 353 children in the area – and Beatrice tells us she is looking forward to visiting. "I would love to see the progress being made at the school and I'm talking to the charity about a trip," she says. "The results that we are
Prince William and Kate Middleton pay respect to Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha - all the photos
Prince William and Kate made a poignant visit to the King Power Stadium on Wednesday to pay tribute to the victims of last month's Leicester City Football Club helicopter crash. And while the event was a sombre one, there was a light-hearted moment when the royals accepted some very thoughtful gifts for their young children. William and Kate were presented with some adorable miniature Leicester City kits for their sons Prince George and Prince Louis and their daughter Princess Charlotte. The personalised boxes also featured the children's names embossed in gold. "They'll be fighting over the Leicester and Aston Villa
The Duchess of Cambridge shared her joy over her sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex's pregnancy on Wednesday evening, while talking to crowds at Leicester University. When asked if she was excited about the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan's baby, Kate replied: "Yeah, absolutely," before excitedly continuing: "It's such a special time to have little kiddies. And now a cousin for George, Charlotte and Louis as well! It's really, really special." She then talked about her three children and how much they're looking forward to Christmas, adding: "They're doing well, thank you. They're getting excited for Christmas time, because
The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed the adorable name that her five-year-old son Prince George calls his dad Prince William. Kate spoke with crowds in Leicester while she visited with William, and spoke to royal fans about why she's so excited to meet her sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex's baby. She also talked about her own three children - George, Charlotte and Louis - and, according to People, one fan who met the Duchess revealed: "Kate said that William was playing football with the children last night and one of them said, I think it was George, 'Are you