Body language expert Judi James says it's clear the couple has passed the 'lockdown test'.
The couple met a woman who did not hold back at a care home in Cardiff, after playing bingo via zoom.
Prince William's share will go into the Royal Foundation and Prince Harry's share is going to Sentebale.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were married at Westminster Abbey, London nine years ago today.The occasion was memorable for a number of reasons, not least because it took place a decade after the couple first met at the University of St Andrews.
They may be royals, but like everybody else the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking after their children at home during the coronavirus pandemic. During various interviews during the lockdown, they've shared their tips on how to keep
The royals have recorded a message for UK radio stations as they encourage Britons to reach out to friends.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have carried out a video call visit during coronavirus lockdown.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge called staff at the hospital where the first medic who died of the disease worked.
The royals called the colleagues of Amged El-Hawrani who was the first frontline NHS worker to die of coronavirus.
Neither Meghan and Harry or Kate and William were in the procession at the Commonwealth Day service.
A body language expert said the couple's PDAs have been increasing recently and Kate is showing her support for her husband.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have completed their first official royal tour of Ireland.The couple spent three days in Dublin, surrounding counties and Galway, making a series of diplomatic and charitable visits.They began their tour in Dublin, meeting the president and the prime minister and attending a reception at the Guinness Storehouse, where they sipped pints.On day two, they stayed in Dublin, visiting charities including Jigsaw, and heading out to the shops with residents of Savannah House in County Meath.William and Kate attended a reception on Wednesday night in the Museum of Literature, where the duke gave a keynote speech on the future of the UK and Ireland.On their final day, the royals were able to indulge their competitive streak, having a go at hurling at the Gaelic Athletic Association Club in Galway.Here are 15 of the best pictures from the historic tour.
The duchess revealed Prince George is learning the guitar and Princess Charlotte is really into gymnastics while in Galway.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew on a commercial airline to Dublin, where they will start their royal tour.
Prince William and Catherine attended a special charity performance of the play, which has been credited with sparking conversations on mental health.
Kate Middleton has revealed that Prince William has ruled out having any more children. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge share Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and one-year-old Prince Louis, but it seems they won't be having a
Those royal genes sure are strong! During their visit to Bradford, West Yorkshire on Wednesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stopped into the Khidmat Centre, a community centre that has become integral for the city's Pakistani