William and Kate helped to launch a crisis text line called Shout with Harry and Meghan.
Society magazine Tatler says it has received a legal letter from Kensington Palace over an article about the Duchess of Cambridge.
Tatler said the duchess felt like she was trapped with her increased workload during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are making their first official tour through Ireland, shortly after Brexit.
The pop star met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at a reception for the BBC Radio 1 Teen Hero Awards.
William visited the Roman ruined settlement of Jerash in Jordan as part of his high profile, five-day trip to the Middle East. A young Kate visited the settlement with her father Michael Middleton and sister Pippa in the 1980s, when she was just four-years-old. To mark William’s visit, Kensington Palace shared a picture of the young Duchess-to-be posing with her family in her flowery shorts and pink t-shirt.
In yet another Twitter rant, Samantha Grant criticised her sister, the new Duchess of Sussex, for “leaving” their father Thomas, who did not attend the royal wedding, off the coat of arms which was unveiled by Kensington Palace on Friday. Ms Grant, who has not spoken to Meghan since 2015, said the design of the arms was “silly” because neither the UN, women’s rights nor “anything of substance” was represented there.
Women have compared their own post-natal pictures to those of Kate Middleton who emerged in full make-up and high heels hours after giving birth. When the Duchess of Cambridge emerged from the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, the world's paparazzi was waiting to snap the first shots with her new son. Mothers took to Twitter to compare their own post-birth experiences, observing that expectations of Kate seem impossibly high.
Speculation is mounting over when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third baby will be born. Prince William and Kate are expecting their third child who will be a sibling to Prince George and Princess Charlotte next month. Kensington Palace previously announced that the baby would be born in April 2018.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant as she attended an event on Wednesday morning at the Royal Society of Medicine in London wearing a super chic pale mint green coat and matching dress. Adorned with an elegant bow fastening at the neck and gold buttons on the cuffs, the bespoke Jenny Packham coat nailed the season’s pastel trend with perfect execution. The Duchess of Cambridge and The Royal Foundation hosted a symposium on the benefits of providing social and emotional support to children in their early years, a cause close to her heart, where the Duchess brought together academics, researchers, practitioners, educators and charities to discuss perinatal, maternal and infant mental health, parenting support, and resources for schools.
When they announced their third pregnancy via an official statement from Kensington Palace in September, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge caught the fashion world somewhat off-guard.