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  • Australia: Kate Middleton and Prince William Face Heat and Flies at Uluru
    Australia: Kate Middleton and Prince William Face Heat and Flies at Uluru 23 hours ago

    Prince William and Kate Middleton received traditional Aboriginal jewellery and a spear as they arrived at Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, in the Australian Outback. Kate batted away flies in the 31C heat as they met Aboriginal people who own the land around Uluru. More »

  • William and Kate enjoy Uluru sunset
    William and Kate enjoy Uluru sunset Tue, Apr 22, 2014

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were left marvelling at Uluru at sunset after spending the day in the Australian outback. More »

  • Kate Middleton's Happy Family Shots Spark Royal Privacy Invasion Row
    Kate Middleton's Happy Family Shots Spark Royal Privacy Invasion Row Tue, Apr 22, 2014

    Private images of Kate Middleton carrying Prince George on her shoulders and kicking her heels in delight while walking hand in hand with Prince William have sparked a privacy row in Australia. According to a report in the Times, the images of the family spending time in the garden of the governor-general's residence in Canberra are an invasion of their privacy and should not have been published by Australian media. Kensington Palace is believed to have asked Australian media corporations not to publish the pictures, a request ignored by many organisations. However, this does not apply to Australian media. More »

  • Kate Middleton Observes Easter Sunday in Both New and Recycled Dresses
    Kate Middleton Observes Easter Sunday in Both New and Recycled Dresses Mon, Apr 21, 2014

    Kate Middleton observed Easter Sunday in Sydney along with Prince William and Prince George as the royal family together carried out a few engagements in the Australian city. The Duchess of Cambridge wore two dresses to mark the day. Later in the day, the Duchess went completely sporting a relaxed look as she recycled a dull yellow embroidered frock dress from her wardrobe. Kate teamed her knee-length dress with her Russell & Bromley wedges for visiting Sydney's Taronga zoo where a bilby, a rabbit-like marsupial, was named after Prince George. More »

  • George photos taken on Kate stroll
    George photos taken on Kate stroll Mon, Apr 21, 2014

    The Duchess of Cambridge has been photographed unawares with Prince George in Australia during a day off from official engagements. More »

  • Prince George Can't Curb Excitement Seeing his Namesake Marsupial at Sydney …
    Prince George Can't Curb Excitement Seeing his Namesake Marsupial at Sydney … Mon, Apr 21, 2014

    Prince George was all-smiles at his second engagement of the royal tour in Sydney. The nine-month-old George seemed extremely excited as he met a bilby, a rabbit-like marsupial, at Sydney's Taronga zoo. Prince William and Kate Middleton took the little prince to the zoo for unveiling a plaque opening the Bilby enclosure on Easter Sunday. Also at the event, the male bilby was named after Prince George as an honour to the future heir. More »

  • Kate 'Papped' Playing With Prince George
    Kate 'Papped' Playing With Prince George Mon, Apr 21, 2014

    The Duchess of Cambridge has been filmed and photographed playing with Prince George during a day off from official engagements in Australia. The images show Kate pushing the eight-month-old in a buggy, carrying him on her shoulders and playing with him in her lap. They were taken without Royal approval while the couple were in the grounds of Government House in Canberra. On Tuesday they will travel to Uluru in Central Australia - more than 30 years after Prince William's parents made a similar trip. More »

  • William and Kate set to visit Uluru
    William and Kate set to visit Uluru Mon, Apr 21, 2014

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Uluru, one of the Australia's most iconic sites, tomorrow. More »

  • Royals protect animal from George
    Royals protect animal from George Sun, Apr 20, 2014

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had to step in to protect an endangered Australian animal - from baby Prince George. More »

  • Kate Middleton Makes Her First Royal Tour Speech in Sydney
    Kate Middleton Makes Her First Royal Tour Speech in Sydney Sat, Apr 19, 2014

    Kate Middleton, who along with Prince William and baby George is on the the second leg of a 19 day official visit to New Zealand and Australia, has made her first speech of the royal tour. The 32-year-old Duchess delivered the speech during a visit to the Bear Cottage children's hospice, one of just two children's hospices in Australia, in Manly, Sydney on Good Friday. Kate thanked the Australian people, who she said welcomed her and Prince George "so incredibly warmly" on their first visit to the commonwealth country. Her Royal Highness, who is a keen supporter of children's hospices herself and is Patron of East Anglia Children's Hospice (EACH), one of the first patronages she took on after her marriage to Prince William, described the centre as a "haven" that was "inspirational". More »

  • Kate Middleton Takes Australia in Style with Bright Summer Dresses
    Kate Middleton Takes Australia in Style with Bright Summer Dresses Sat, Apr 19, 2014

    After opting for dresses in dark hues including green, turquoise and radiant red for her visit to New Zealand, Kate Middleton has adopted a contrasting wardrobe in Australia. The Duchess of Cambridge has donned only brightly hued outfits so far in Australia. The 32-year-old new mum touched down in Sydney, holding eight-month-old son Prince George. On the second day in Australia, when Kate and Prince William visited the Blue Mountains, the Duchess wore a navy blue and white Ikat Batik print dress from one of her favourite labels, Diane von Furstenberg. More »

  • Kate And William: Duchess Tries Out Fighter Jet
    Kate And William: Duchess Tries Out Fighter Jet Sat, Apr 19, 2014

    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 Middleton and Prince William Meet Youth Lifeguards in Sydney
    Kate Middleton and Prince William Meet Youth Lifeguards in Sydney Fri, Apr 18, 2014

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited one of Australia's stunning beaches where they met some of the city's young life guards. Accompanied by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, William and Kate watched a surf life-saving demonstration by the New South Wales Surf Life-Saving Nippers' club. Meanwhile, surrounded by 96 life-savers all dressed in distinctive pinks vests, Prince William joked as he was greeted by them: "You've got freezing hands." Junior life saver Robbie Worner, 13, said the royal couple asked his advice about training Prince George as a surfer. More »

  • Kate And William: Royals Visit Aussie Beach
    Kate And William: Royals Visit Aussie Beach Fri, Apr 18, 2014

    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 Middleton and Prince William Meet Children at Bear Cottage Hospice
    Kate Middleton and Prince William Meet Children at Bear Cottage Hospice Fri, Apr 18, 2014

    Kate Middleton and Prince William were moved to tears as they met a dying baby the same age as Prince George at an Australian hospice. The royal couple were visiting the Bear Cottage Hospice in Manly, Sydney where they met 9-month-old Max McIntyre. New parents themselves, William and Kate struggled to hold back their tears as they met the toddler and his parents. Max's parents, journalists Amy and Rob McIntyre recounted the Duke and Duchesses emotional visit saying: "Kate and William were fighting back tears when we told them about Max. They could totally see themselves in us, as both our sons were born around the same time. 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 »

  • 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 »

  • 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 »

  • 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 »

  • 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 »

  • 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 »

  • Prince George star of the show
    Prince George star of the show Tue, Apr 15, 2014

    If royal visits are judged by the size of the welcoming crowds, positive headlines and the number of gifts received then the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of New Zealand has been a resounding success. More »

  • Not Cricket! Kate Bowled Over By Wills Delivery
    Not Cricket! Kate Bowled Over By Wills Delivery Mon, Apr 14, 2014

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took their sporting rivalry to the cricket pitch during the latest leg of their tour of New Zealand and Australia in Christchurch. With the scores effectively tied after a yachting challenge and a game of "Rippa Rugby", the royal couple had no hesitation about taking to the makeshift crease in the city's Latimer Square. Despite being unsuitably dressed in a red Luisa Spagnoli skirt suit and three-inch heels, Kate was keen to bat first, watched by hundreds of spectators at the event promoting the 2015 Cricket World Cup. 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 »

  • Battle royal! Duke or Duchess of Cambridge - who is better at sport?
    Battle royal! Duke or Duchess of Cambridge - who is better at sport? Mon, Apr 14, 2014

    Whether it’s competitive yachting, coaching young rugby teams or a few light overs of cricket, the tour has reminded us that the Duke and Duchess both have sporty streaks 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 stands firm on sticky wicket
    Kate stands firm on sticky wicket Mon, Apr 14, 2014

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge swung into action today when they took part in an impromptu game of cricket. More »

  • Duchess enjoys wine following birth
    Duchess enjoys wine following birth Sun, Apr 13, 2014

    The Duchess of Cambridge appeared to pour cold water on speculation that Prince George could soon have a brother or sister when she told wine-makers she was really enjoying being able to drink again after giving birth. 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 »