The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's youngest child, Prince Louis, will be christened today at St James' Palace in London.
Prince George will have a choice in whether he becomes king or not. That's according to leading child psychologist Emma Kenney, who spoke to Yahoo UK about how the pressure of being a Windsor is affecting the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's oldest son. George, who turns five on July 22, will be "brought up with a dialogue" about his birth right, says Kenney. But, despite being third-in-line to the throne, Kenny firmly believes he'll be able to decide for himself whether royal life is for him. And that's all thanks to his progressive parents, says Kenny.
From Buckingham Palace to Clarence House, this is where each member of the royal family lives.
It's not just the senior members of the royal family who have to follow strict rules of protocol.
The countdown is almost over: The week of Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle has finally arrive. At midday on Saturday 19 May, the pair will wed in St George’s Chapel in Windsor in front of 600 loved ones – while millions watch through their TV screens as the ceremony’s broadcast globally. It’s set to be the most watched royal event since the family’s last nuptials: when Prince William married Kate Middleton , as she was known then, in 2011. On April 25 that year, the pair tied the knot in Westminster Abbey in front of 26.3m viewers in the UK alone. Over 5,000 street parties were held and one million people lined the route the couple took from the Abbey to Buckingham Palace. Here, relive the pomp, romance and sheer glamour of the day with these glorious wedding photos. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Heading to Windsor for the royal wedding? Here’s everything you need to know Your hour-to-hour guide to the royal wedding Everything we know about the royal wedding reception
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, are currently touring Poland and Germany.
Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri, second left, his wife Juliana Awada, left, Dutch King Willem-Alexander, second right, and Dutch Queen Maxima pose for the official photo prior to a state banquet at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Monday, March 27, 2017. Other royals are taking a page from Kate Middleton’s sustainable fashion bible. At a state banquet — basically a fashion show for a royal — in Amsterdam, monarchy-watchers noted that Queen Maxima of the Netherlands rewore a ballgown first spotted in 2014.
It only seems like yesterday that the Duchess of Cambridge was leaving hospital with a baby Prince George in her arms, but his royal cuteness is all set to start school in September and it’s just been announced which school he’ll be attending. The three-year-old is set to be enrolled at the Private Thomas’s School in Battersea, South London. Something that should suit the lively Prince perfectly.
It’s hard to deny that burgundy is one of the Duchess of Cambridge’s best colours. Having worn the deep burgundy Paule Ka skirt suit once before in 2012 for an engagement in Middle Temple to meet some law students, the Duchess gave the suit a 2017 twist this afternoon in Pontypool by teaming it with a black polo neck. The most notable thing about it – then and now – is its flared skirt, giving the classic colour and outfit a more playful feel.
Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday Duchess of Cambridge, Happy Birthday to you! In case you hadn’t realised it’s Kate Middleton’s birthday today. Not only are Prince William, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte sure to have big plans to make Kate’s day special, but 2017 marks the year the mum-of-two turns 35, and according to science that’s a pretty good age to be. Well according to the research 35 is old enough for the Duchess to have reached certain life goals such as buying a house (tick – Anmer Hall), finding a partner (tick – Prince William, obvs), having children (tick – Prince George and Princess Charlotte).
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have had a very busy 2016. They’ve enjoyed royal tours to India and Canada, made history with magazine covers and attended lots of celebrations for the Queen’s 90th Birthday. Their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte have also hit many milestones. Princess Charlotte turned one, whilst Prince George appeared on his first stamp, started nursery school and stole the limelight more times than we can count.
On July 27, Kensington Palace announced that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Canada this autumn. ALSO SEE: Invitation accepted! The Cambridges to tour Canada – and we couldn’t be more excited!
A first birthday is a significant day for any child. However, the whole world will celebrate alongside Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana’s on May 2, as the royal tot marks her first birthday. The daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has melted our hearts on numerous occasions throughout the past 12 months, through the ridiculously sweet photos Kensington Palace has released for her. Get ready to melt thanks to this adorable assortment of photos that make up the youngest royal’s first year.
Who didn’t shed a tear when Kate floated up the aisle to marry William? Five years and two babies later the royal couple are still total relationship goals. Whether they’re sharing a private joke in the royal box at Wimbledon or playfully teasing each other over their archery/sailing/cricket skills (or lack of!), it’s clear a belly laugh and some good old fashioned banter is a huge part of Kate and William’s relationship.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are heading to India and Bhutan, and it’s unofficially an opportunity for Kate Middleton to show off some new styles.