Prince William and Kate Middleton relocate from London to Windsor cottage
Prince William and Kate Middleton have relocated from London to a four-bedroom cottage in Windsor. CBS correspondent Ramy Inocencio reports from the new neighborhood that’s just a short walk from Queen Elizabeth’s main residence.news.yahoo.com
Cambridges to send their children to Lambrook prep school
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are to follow in the footsteps of Queen Victoria’s grandchildren to start school together near their new home in Windsor, Kensington Palace has confirmed. The three Cambridge children will all attend Lambrook school, a private co-educational prep which prioritises happiness, kindness and “concern about the world in which they live”. Confirming the news today, the Duke and Duchess said they are "hugely grateful" to Thomas’s Battersea, where Princnews.yahoo.com
Inside Trooping the Colour: An emotional Queen Elizabeth to a nervous Prince William and more royal moments
Trooping the Colour saw mega crowds gathering in the streets of London for this special Platinum Jubilee edition. And what a day it’s been. Despite the weather, which rained and shined at various points, it was a day to remember.news.yahoo.com
Not too much waving, Louis! Princess Charlotte lays a restraining hand on her little brother at Trooping the Colour
When you're taking your place for the first time in a carriage for Trooping the Colour, the excitement can be too much. And so it proved for Prince Louis, whose enthusiastic waving to the huge crowds in The Mall on Thursday drew the attention of his big sister, Princess Charlotte.news.yahoo.com
Kate meets Danish queen, plays with kids on Copenhagen trip
The Duchess of Cambridge has met with Denmark’s popular monarch, Queen Margrethe, and her daughter-in-law, Crown Princess Mary, in Copenhagen as part of a two-day visit to learn more about how Denmark has led efforts in early childhood development.
Seven questions that go through your mind when you first see the Cambridges’ Christmas card
It’s that time of year again. Yes, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released the new photograph they will use for their 2021 Christmas cards. Cue inevitable social media excitement and a frenzy among Royal watchers as they study it for clues about the state of the monarchy.news.yahoo.com
Possible remains found in Laundrie search
Potential human remains were found Wednesday in a Florida wilderness area along with items believed to belong to Brian Laundrie, whose girlfriend, Gabby Petito, was found slain after he returned home alone from their cross-country road trip. (Oct. 20)news.yahoo.com
Warmer weather and heavy rain leading to longer mosquito season
Experts in the Northeast say this is one of the worst mosquito seasons they've seen on record. A mild fall along with rainfall have led to mosquitoes remaining longer, increasing the risk for mosquito-borne illnesses like the West Nile virus.news.yahoo.com
Princess Charlotte takes after her father in new image for sixth birthday
Princess Charlotte shows a striking resemblance to her father, the Duke of Cambridge, in a new photograph released for her sixth birthday. The portrait was taken in Norfolk this weekend by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge. A keen amateur photographer and patron of the Royal Photographic Society, the Duchesses pictures have regularly been released to mark her children's birthdays. Known for her mischievous showboating and face pulling in official photos, the latest picture is quite the contrast with Charlotte smiling politely at the camera. Perhaps she has begun to display some of the calmer, more reflective manner of her father, Prince William, to whom she has begun to bear a striking resemblance - though the long flowing tresses are clearly all her mother’s. The Cambridges did not share the photograph on their social media channels, as is usual practice on their children's birthdays, because the family are joining the sports boycott of social media platforms in protest of racism and abuse.news.yahoo.com
EXPLAINER: Why is Harry and Meghan's son not a prince?
One of the most dramatic claims in Prince Harry and Meghan's interview with Oprah Winfrey was that their son was denied a royal title, possibly because of the color of his skin. (Dominic Lipinski/Pool via AP, File)LONDON – One of the most dramatic claims in Prince Harry and Meghan's interview with Oprah Winfrey was the allegation that their son was denied a royal title, possibly because of his skin color. Harry and Meghan’s son, seventh in line to the British throne, is Archie Mountbatten-Windsor. In contrast, the children of Harry’s older brother, Prince William, are Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. AdA decree issued by King George V in 1917 limits the titles of prince and princess to the children of the monarch, children of the monarch’s sons and “the eldest living son of the eldest son of the Prince of Wales” — that’s William’s son Prince George.
Prince William thanks pandemic workers at Christmas show
(Aaron Chown/Pool via AP)LONDON – Britain's Prince William and his family attended a Christmas show in London on Friday night, where he paid tribute to medical staff and other frontline workers for their efforts during the pandemic. William, his wife Kate, and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, watched a traditional British pantomime performance at the Palladium organized to thank the city's essential workers and their families. William noted the contributions of health service staff, teachers, emergency services workers, and researchers, among others. “You have given your absolute all this year, and made remarkable sacrifices,” he told the audience before the show began. Earlier in the week, the couple took a three-day train tour of Wales and Scotland to spread Christmas cheer and thank frontline workers there for their hard and dangerous work.
Princess Charlotte arrives for first day of school
In this photo taken by her mother, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte is seen celebrating her fourth birthday on May 1, 2019. LONDON - Princess Charlotte, the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, arrived for her first day at school on Wednesday morning. Charlotte, age 4 and fourth in line to the throne, was dropped off by her parents at Thomas's Battersea, along with her older brother Prince George who also attends the fee-paying south London school. Kensington Palace tweeted a video showing the Cambridges completing the school run this morning. Since her older brother also studies there, Prince Charlotte will receive a sibling discount which will reduce the cost to 6,305.
How Prince George and Princess Charlotte Will Take Part in Their Teacher's Wedding
Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be a page boy and bridesmaid for their teacher's wedding, according to reports. Lucy Lanigan-OKeeffe, the assistant head teacher at George's school in London, is marrying their dad's life-long friend, Thomas van Straubenzee. Charlotte will also start attending the school, Thomas' Battersea School, later this year. Van Straubenzee and his younger brother, Charlie, both served as ushers at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding last year. It's not the first time Prince William and Kate Middleton's children have taken part in a wedding.