The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed which subject Prince George is currently learning at school. During her engagement at King Henry's Walk Garden in Islington, London on Tuesday, she spoke with a group of children from nearby St Jude’s and St Paul’s Primary School in a pizza-making session. One child brought up the young Cambridges, sweetly asking: "Here’s my ideal question. Can I see your children?" Kate replied: "They would love to come and do this with you. They will be very sad that I’ve been out here making pizzas with all of you and they haven’t been here.
The Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a magical day out at the Royal Opera House – an engagement that her daughter Princess Charlotte would have loved to take part in. Kate, who is a fan of the theatre and ballet, took Charlotte to watch The Nutcracker at the same London venue last Christmas, but on Wednesday morning the Duchess was invited to go backstage to learn more about the opera house. Kate began her visit in the costume department where she saw the different materials that are used to make costumes. She was given a tour of the pattern room and
As with all families, some members look more like each other than the rest. And while this is only natural, it is always interesting to observe the resemblances in the royal family. Princess Charlotte and Lady Louise Windsor often get compared to the Queen, while Prince Louis looks like his mum, the Duchess of Cambridge. But it has now come to our attention just how much Princess Eugenie resembles her late great-grandmother, The Queen Mother when she was younger. In a striking image taken of the then Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon in 1920, she has the same oval shaped eyes
Just days after she was announced as the new patron of Mayhew, the Duchess of Sussex paid a visit to the animal welfare charity in Kensal Green, London. Meghan, who is a proud dog owner herself, was given a warm welcome from staff, volunteers and beneficiaries. She saw first-hand the charity's ongoing projects, which are all designed to improve the lives of animals and people, and to help the wider community. Meghan looked gorgeous for her animal-friendly outing, rocking a cream maternity dress by H&M and an Armani coat. She wore her hair down in loose waves and kept her makeup to
Roll up, roll up - the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the Cirque Du Soleil on Wednesday evening. Prince Harry and Meghan were guests of honour at the special event, which took place at the Royal Albert Hall. The iconic circus company premiered its production Totem, treating the audience to a night of extraordinary acrobatic performances in aid of Harry's charity, Sentebale. The event will raise awareness and vital funds for Sentebale, which helps young people in southern Africa affected by HIV. SEE: Full details on what Meghan wore Harry set up the charity with Prince Seeiso after visiting the