William warned people to be careful who they believe and where they get their information from.
Author Bethan Holt said Kate's choice of affordable clothing gives royal watchers the feeling they know her.
Richard Ward shared how to cut men's hair, a few days after Kate confessed she has been cutting her children's hair in lockdown.
The Duchess of Cambridge, like most mothers around the world, has struggled to adapt to things like home-schooling and keeping her kids entertained. Kate said she would describe parenting in a pandemic as "exhausting". She told Hello
Many people understandably feel a little nervous if they come face-to-face with a member of the Royal Family.But when celebrities brush shoulders with the royals, it’s hard to know who should be more jittery.Over the years, their mutual ability to be unshaken by each other’s status has meant actors, singers, and sports stars have been able to add royal phone numbers to their contacts.Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s meeting with RnB royalty in the form of Beyoncé Knowles and Jay-Z on the red carpet in London drew headlines back in 2019.But surprisingly, it looks like Prince Charles was the first family member to meet Beyoncé back in 2001.The iconic singer-songwriter performed with Destiny’s Child in Hyde Park for Prince Charles’s Party in the Park several years before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex got the chance to shake her hand.Charles also beat his older son to meeting Queen Bey too. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met Beyoncé and Jay-Z in the US in 2014 on their royal tour.The Prince’s Trust’s Party in the Park provided Charles with the opportunity to meet many celebs.We may never know how impressed Shania Twain was when she met the Prince of Wales at the concert in 1999.But Reese Witherspoon spilled all about falling “under the spell” of the Duchess of Cambridge when she was on tour in the US in 2011.Witherspoon said Kate was “just as magnificent as she seems to be” and that she was “warm, elegant and composed”.She also said photos of her that day showed “rays of happiness shooting out of my face” because of her excitement to meet the royal.Look through the gallery to see some other surprising celebrity friendships.
William worked as an air ambulance pilot for two years and has previously said it affected his mental health.
The Duchess of Cambridge turns 39 on Saturday 9 January, becoming another royal to celebrate a birthday in a lockdown.Kate might be feeling pleased though, as it’s thought she and her family made it to Norfolk before the Tier 4 restrictions and lockdown were implemented in London, where they usually live.It would mean like the rest of her family she’ll mark her birthday this year in Anmer Hall, the home they were given as a wedding present from the Queen.Any plans she might have made for her 39th will have to be reduced to a quiet day with family, but for sporty, outdoor loving Kate, she will relish the chance to be in the countryside with her children.She’s previously said she is happy when she is “with my family, out in the countryside and we are all filthy dirty”.Read more: Queen-in-waiting: How Duchess Kate is preparing for the throneWhile royal engagements and events often require her to be serious, over the years Kate has often shown that she has a cheeky side, something she has passed on to her children.From getting stuck in at sports, to cooing over children, Kate’s exuberant expressions show she has a fun and playful side always ready to break out.The Duchess of Cambridge may be the future Queen, but these pictures show a different side to one of Britain’s favourite royals.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared details of support networks for anyone struggling on Christmas Day.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge narrated a video which showed how they worked with Hamleys to get presents for the children who joined them at the panto.
Otto Warner, 8, had a chance royal encounter on the way home from his final chemotherapy session