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  • This Times reader’s royal question is just perfect
    This Times reader’s royal question is just perfect Thu, Apr 17, 2014

    Kate Middleton watch meets an abrupt standstill. More »

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton in Australia's Blue Mountains
    Prince William and Kate Middleton in Australia's Blue Mountains Thu, Apr 17, 2014

    Prince William stood at the edge of a sheer cliff in the Blue Mountains, while Kate Middleton stayed well back on safer ground. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stopped in the Blue Mountains town of Winmalee to meet with firefighters and locals affected by wildfires that swept through the region in 2013, destroying more than 200 homes. William and Kate also visited a Girl Guides hall, where they planted a tree, and took in the sweeping views of the mountains. More »

  • Kate Middleton Honours Australia in Yellow Dress but William Calls her ' …
    Kate Middleton Honours Australia in Yellow Dress but William Calls her ' … Wed, Apr 16, 2014

    Kate Middleton, carrying her son Prince George and accompanied by Prince William, touched down in Sydney in a shining yellow dress. The Duchess who arrived at Sydney airport on Wednesday wore a radiant yellow dress by London-based Serbian fashion designer Roksanda Ilincic. The dress was Kate's honour to the nation as yellow is one of the national colours of Australia. However, Prince William didn't seem too pleased with his wife's outfit, which she apparently changed in-flight when flying from Wellington. More »

  • Royal Tour in Pictures: Kate Middleton, Prince William and Baby George Arrive …
    Royal Tour in Pictures: Kate Middleton, Prince William and Baby George Arrive … Wed, Apr 16, 2014

    Prince William and Kate Middleton, accompanied by their son Prince George, arrived in Sydney late Wednesday afternoon. William, Kate and George flew from New Zealand to Australia, on the second leg of their three-week Pacific trip. Eight-month-old George, who is on his first tour abroad along with his parents, stole the limelight at Sydney airport as he did at Wellington airport in New Zealand. More »

  • Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas: Couple Attending a Wedding Together in US?
    Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas: Couple Attending a Wedding Together in US? Tue, Apr 15, 2014

    Contrary to previous reports, looks like Prince Harry's long-time girlfriend Cressida Bonas will be accompanying him to a wedding in US after all. Earlier reports indicated that all was not well between the couple as the royal was seen attending formal events sans Bonas. However, recent rumours suggest that Bonas is set to join her royal boyfriend of two years when he makes his way to the United States for a wedding in Memphis next month, reports Enstars. Reportedly, the two royal brothers are ushers at this wedding of their good friend Guy Pelly who is getting married to Lizzy Wilson, the granddaughter of the founder of Holiday Inn hotel franchise. More »

  • Proud Father Prince William Can't Resist Talking About Baby George
    Proud Father Prince William Can't Resist Talking About Baby George Tue, Apr 15, 2014

    As Prince William and Kate Middleton' engagements in New Zealand ended with their visit to Christchurch on Monday, it has emerged that the Duke of Cambridge couldn't resist talking about their son Prince George throughout the tour. Speaking to guests during a state reception at Wellington's Government House, the 31-year-old proud father joked about George saying he saw the little prince doing haka, a traditional dance of the Maori people of New Zealand. "I hope that George doesn't keep you up, he has been known to be particularly vocal at 3am and I swear I heard him doing the haka this morning," Prince William said. More »

  • Kate Middleton Encouraged to Have More Children Amid New Pregnancy Rumours
    Kate Middleton Encouraged to Have More Children Amid New Pregnancy Rumours Tue, Apr 15, 2014

    As fresh pregnancy rumours caught William and Kate in New Zealand, the Duchess of Cambridge has been encouraged to have siblings for Prince George.Reuters Kate Middleton has been motivated to increase her family by having more children as Prince William's remarks sparked fresh pregnancy rumours of the Duchess during New Zealand tour. On accepting New Zealand's official gift for Prince George from Cynthia Read, who knitted a merino wool shawl, the Duke reportedly told her: "You might have to make another one soon!" More »

  • Royal Tour in Pictures: Kate Middleton Changes Three Dresses in a Day
    Royal Tour in Pictures: Kate Middleton Changes Three Dresses in a Day Mon, Apr 14, 2014

    Kate Middleton seemed to have her most happening fashion moment of the royal tour on Sunday. The Duchess of Cambridge, who is on a 19-day official visit to New Zealand and Australia along with Prince William and Prince George, had three dress changes on 13 April. On their seventh day in New Zealand, William and Kate carried out a number of engagements in Dunedin and Queenstown. Kate opted for a turquoise Emilia Wickstead dress to start her day in Dunedin, which is the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, and the principal city of the Otago Region. More »

  • Kate Middleton Ends New Zealand Tour on Chic Note with Red Dress, Heels and …
    Kate Middleton Ends New Zealand Tour on Chic Note with Red Dress, Heels and … Mon, Apr 14, 2014

    She has already shown the world that she could play volleyball in heels but Kate Middleton now seems to have got this expertise in other games as well. The Duchess of Cambridge took Christchurch in style when she played a game of cricket in heels on the eighth day of royal tour on 14 April. Christchurch is the last leg of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal tour of New Zealand. Prince William, Kate Middleton and royal baby George will retire privately for a day in the country before embarking on their next leg of tour, Australia, on 16 April. More »

  • Kate Middleton Shares Details of Prince George's Routine on New Zealand …
    Kate Middleton Shares Details of Prince George's Routine on New Zealand … Mon, Apr 14, 2014

    Kate Middleton has shared details of Prince George's routine during the family's tour of New Zealand, saying she feeds him breakfast and puts him to bed every night. The Duchess of Cambridge said she has fed George every morning so far on their trip, and has been home to bathe him and put him to bed, the New Zealand Herald reports. Speaking to Clemency Wright, the wife of the bishop Rt Rev Dr Kelvin Wright, Kate said it took George three days to get over his jet lag flying from the UK to New Zealand. Kate also spoke to Robyn Madden, whose husband conducted the choir for the service: "We chatted a little about George and jet lag." More »

  • Kate Middleton Pregnant? William Sparks Speculation of Second Royal Baby
    Kate Middleton Pregnant? William Sparks Speculation of Second Royal Baby Sun, Apr 13, 2014

    Just a few weeks ago, Prince William denied reports that Kate Middleton was expecting a second baby. The Duchess of Cambridge was being carefully scrutinised on her New Zealand tour Sunday, after husband Prince William hinted that a second baby is on the way, according to an AFP report. So far, during the royal tour, eight-month-old son Prince George has been the centre of attention, but Prince William suggested during a walkabout in the North Island town of Cambridge that there may soon be another royal baby to share the limelight, reports NDTV. According to reports, it was during a meeting with Cynthia Read, who knitted the merino wool shawl - New Zealand's official gift for young Prince George - that the prince said: "You might have to make another one soon!" More »

  • Kate Middleton Pregnant? Prince William Sparks Speculation of Second Royal  …
    Kate Middleton Pregnant? Prince William Sparks Speculation of Second Royal  … Sun, Apr 13, 2014

    Just a few weeks ago, Prince William denied reports that Kate Middleton was expecting a second baby. The Duchess of Cambridge was being carefully scrutinised on her New Zealand tour Sunday, after husband Prince William hinted that a second baby is on the way, according to an AFP report. So far, during the royal tour, eight-month-old son Prince George has been the centre of attention, but Prince William suggested during a walkabout in the North Island town of Cambridge that there may soon be another royal baby to share the limelight, reports NDTV. According to reports, it was during a meeting with Cynthia Read, who knitted the merino wool shawl - New Zealand's official gift for young Prince George - that the prince said: "You might have to make another one soon!" More »

  • Kate Middleton and Prince William Receive Royal Welcome as New Zealand Town …
    Kate Middleton and Prince William Receive Royal Welcome as New Zealand Town … Sat, Apr 12, 2014

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge received a Royal welcome as they arrived in Cambridge, New Zealand. Dressed in a $3,000 wool-crepe emerald green Allie coat, by Turkish-English designer Erdem, Kate looked radiant, however she revealed that while she liked it "William thought it was bit bright." Hamilton local Pam McCaroll, who had waited to meet the royal couple, showed the Duchess a small statuette of herself cradling Prince George as a newborn baby, much to the amusement of the royal. The royal couple had earlier paid their respects at a memorial to the town's war dead after setting off for separate engagements, with the Duke visiting an aeronautical company and the Duchess visiting a children's hospice, Rainbow Place in Hamilton. More »

  • Royal New Zealand Tour in Photos: Kate Middleton Visits Children's Hosp …
    Royal New Zealand Tour in Photos: Kate Middleton Visits Children's Hosp … Sat, Apr 12, 2014

    On the sixth day of their tour of New Zealand, Prince William and Kate Middleton arrived at the town of Hamilton, travelling from Auckland. The Duke of Cambridge was given a tour of an aircraft factory, while Kate Middleton was shown around a children's hospice, her first solo engagement. Wearing a green Erdem coat over a green and white Suzannah dress, Kate was shown around the Rainbow Place children's hospice in Hamilton. The royal couple then went to the nearby town of Cambridge where they laid a wreath at a war memorial to commemorate New Zealand's war dead. More »

  • Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas Split: Why is Royal Attending Formal Events …
    Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas Split: Why is Royal Attending Formal Events … Sat, Apr 12, 2014

    Looks like Prince Harry and long-time girlfriend Cressida Bonas are still a bit apprehensive about making public appearances together as a couple. Bonas is not accompanying the Prince even for formal engagements like weddings. According to Enstars, Prince Harry will soon be heading to the US for a good friend's nuptials but it appears he's leaving Bonas in London. "Prince William, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton sans Bonas are scheduled to be in Memphis for a wedding next month. More »

  • Royal Tour in Pictures: Kate Middleton Stuns in Green Erdem Coat in New Zea …
    Royal Tour in Pictures: Kate Middleton Stuns in Green Erdem Coat in New Zea … Sat, Apr 12, 2014

    Kate Middleton's sixth dress for the royal tour saw her in a stunning green outfit. As reported earlier, the Duchess of Cambridge will have more than 30 dress changes during her 19-day official tour of New Zealand and Australia. On the sixth day of the royal tour in New Zealand, Kate donned a green Erdem coat as she arrived at Hamilton airport along with Prince William. The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge visited the Pacific Aerospace plant near Hamilton and later went to Cambridge to open the new National Cycling Centre of Excellence, also known as the Avantidrome. More »

  • Kate Middleton Repeats Outfit on Royal Tour: Dress No. Five in Pictures
    Kate Middleton Repeats Outfit on Royal Tour: Dress No. Five in Pictures Fri, Apr 11, 2014

    The Duchess of Cambridge, who is known for repeating dresses unlike other royals, totally went casual defying earlier reports that she would sport only regal ensembles on the 19-day tour of New Zealand and Australia. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended two events in Auckland on the fifth day of their visit. The royal couple first met Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) staff and their families at the Whenuapai Airbase. Their Royal Highnesses then sailed around Auckland Harbour on America's Cup yacht in a race with each other. More »

  • Kate Middleton Rules the Waves and Beats Prince William in Auckland Yacht R …
    Kate Middleton Rules the Waves and Beats Prince William in Auckland Yacht R … Fri, Apr 11, 2014

     Kate Middleton beat her husband Prince William as they raced America's Cup yachts on Auckland's Waitemata Harbour. More »

  • Kate Middleton Honours New Zealand in Silver Fern Gown: Dress No. Four in P …
    Kate Middleton Honours New Zealand in Silver Fern Gown: Dress No. Four in P … Thu, Apr 10, 2014

    Kate Middleton, who is on a 19-day tour of New Zealand and Australia along with Prince William, changed two dresses on the fourth day of the royal tour. The Duchess of Cambridge is expected to be seen in more than 30 dresses during the tour that began on 7 April. Kate's second dress for Thursday evening gala which was also her fourth dress of the tour was an honour to New Zealand. The 32-year-old Catherine wore a black evening dress embroidered with silver ferns to attend a state reception held in the honour of Their Royal Highnesses at the Government House in Wellington. More »

  • Kate Middleton's 30 Dresses for the Royal Tour: Dress No. Three in Pict …
    Kate Middleton's 30 Dresses for the Royal Tour: Dress No. Three in Pict … Thu, Apr 10, 2014

    As the royal tour continued for the fourth day, Kate Middleton donned another stunning outfit to embrace her engagement in New Zealand. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the town of Blenheim, which is one of the stops on their 19-day royal tour of New Zealand and Australia. The royal couple laid a wreath at the war memorial in Seymour Square in the town and also visited Omaka Aviation Heritage Center, where they were gifted a flying hat for Prince George. A cheering crowd gathered to get a glimpse of the new mum but Kate enjoyed talking to little girls and babies. More »

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton Meet Hobbit Director Sir Peter Jackson in …
    Prince William and Kate Middleton Meet Hobbit Director Sir Peter Jackson in … Thu, Apr 10, 2014

    Prince William and Kate Middleton were greeted by thousands of excited locals as they arrived in the town of Blenheim, New Zealand. Kate and William laid a wreath at the town's war memorial, and met veterans. Kate chatted to Wilton Sterritt, who served in the Royal New Zealand Navy during WWII. He showed Kate a photo of himself with Prince Philip during the Commonwealth Games in 1974. More »

  • How Kate Middleton and Prince William are Hands-on Parents, Reveal Kiwis
    How Kate Middleton and Prince William are Hands-on Parents, Reveal Kiwis Thu, Apr 10, 2014

    As Prince William and Kate Middleton took Prince George to his first royal engagement in Wellington, those present at the event have revealed how the royal couple has been hands-on parents. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Prince George, joined a baby playgroup at Government House in Wellington on the third day of their 19-day royal tour of New Zealand and Australia. According to parents who met the royal couple and Prince George at the event, Prince William is always there to help his wife. 'We talked to the Duke and Duchess about parenting - and to the Duchess about her role as both a mother and a royal," said Sheila Lemalie, a mother of a toddler, according to Clarence House. More »

  • Kate And William: Duchess Tries Out Fighter Jet
    Kate And William: Duchess Tries Out Fighter Jet 19 minutes ago

    The Duchess of Cambridge turned down a chivalrous offer from her husband as the Royal couple continue their tour of Australia. William was left watching as Kate - despite wearing heels - deftly climbed into the cockpit of a Super Hornet during a visit to the Royal Australian Air Force base Amberley, near Brisbane. But the Duchess, dressed in a white LK Bennett dress with blue poppies on, wanted to have a go at the controls of the multimillion-pound plane herself from the pilot's seat. During their visit, the Duke and Duchess met with relatives of four Australian servicemen killed in recent conflicts. More »

  • Kate takes control of fighter plane
    Kate takes control of fighter plane 3 hours ago

    The Duchess of Cambridge relegated her husband to the role of an onlooker when she turned down his offer to jump into the back seat - of a fighter jet. More »

  • William and Kate hit the beach on Sydney visit
    William and Kate hit the beach on Sydney visit 3 hours ago

    Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate got to grips with Australia's beach and bush lifestyles, watching a life-saving display and a sheep-shearing demonstration as part of their tour Down Under with baby son George. More »

  • Kate And William: Royals Visit Aussie Beach
    Kate And William: Royals Visit Aussie Beach 19 hours ago

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have taken to the beaches of Sydney - but kept their shoes on. Accompanied by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, William and Kate watched a surf life-saving demonstration and met with some of the lifeguards taking part. The Duchess seemed at ease on the sand despite wearing wedges as she started a race between eight youngsters. Earlier the Duchess delivered her first and only speech during this tour as she and the Duke visited the Bear Cottage children's hospice, which is forging links with the East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH), a UK charity of which she is patron. More »

  • Kate wigs out at Aussie Easter show
    Kate wigs out at Aussie Easter show Fri, Apr 18, 2014

    The Duchess of Cambridge has suggested the perfect solution for her husband's growing bald patch - an alpaca toupee. More »

  • Royals marvel at Blue Mountains
    Royals marvel at Blue Mountains Thu, Apr 17, 2014

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have marvelled at the views from one of Australia's most spectacular beauty spots after hearing the moving stories of bush fire survivors. More »

  • William On The Edge During Royal Tour
    William On The Edge During Royal Tour Thu, Apr 17, 2014

    The Duke of Cambridge made his protection officers' hearts skip a beat when he stepped perilously close to the edge of a steep cliff during a tour of the Blue Mountains in Australia. Without warning William walked to the edge of the narrow ledge he was standing on with his wife as they watched a display of abseiling. As he peered over the sheer drop an alarmed-looking Kate reached out her arms, before giggling as he stepped back to safety. The worrying few seconds came as the Duke and Duchess spent their first full day in Australia sightseeing as well as meeting victims of last year's devastating bushfires. More »

  • William and Kate tour Australian town ravaged by bushfires
    William and Kate tour Australian town ravaged by bushfires Thu, Apr 17, 2014

    Survivors of last year's devastating Australian bushfires met with Prince William and his wife Catherine on Thursday as the royal couple visited the Blue Mountains. More »

  • Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages
    Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages Wed, Apr 16, 2014

    Two of the nationals lead on a revolutionary treatment for cancer - which is being hailed as a major breakthrough. Most of the newspapers feature the ferry disaster in South Korea, in which nearly 300 are missing. Pictures from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of Australia are also prominent on some front pages. More »

  • Sydney welcomes Will and Kate with sunshine and cheers
    Sydney welcomes Will and Kate with sunshine and cheers Wed, Apr 16, 2014

    Britain's Prince William and wife Kate charmed a welcoming crowd at the Sydney Opera House on Wednesday as they began the Australian leg of a tour Down Under with baby Prince George. More »

  • William And Kate Touch Down For Oz Trip
    William And Kate Touch Down For Oz Trip Wed, Apr 16, 2014

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Australia with their son George for the second part of their Antipodean tour. Many of them had been waiting hours to see the family arrive, with a teenage girl and her mother saying they had come especially from Lebanon "to see Kate, George and, of course, William". The visit comes as a newly published poll shows the royals are increasingly popular among Australians, with support for a republic in Australia dropping to its lowest level in more than two decades. One well-wisher, Ailsa Martin from the Bondi area, had been queuing from the early hours. More »