Congrats to Charlotte Casiraghi and boyfriend Gad Elmaleh on their new baby boy! Get the details on the latest royal baby.
Kate Middleton has had her fair share of Princess Diana comparisons, but now the Duchess is being likened to another famous blonde. While accepting a bouquet from a 9-year-old schoolgirl during a charity event, a gust of wind caused Kate's skirt to fly up in the air, evoking the famous Marilyn Monroe scene.
The Royal Christening of Prince George revealed a lot more about the royal family than you think! Get the full scoop here.
This year proved a busy one for royal families! From Queen Elizabeth welcoming her first great-grandchild in England to the royal family of Monaco planning for a wedding and a baby, little bundles of regal joy are popping up all over the place.
It's been just four weeks since Prince George greeted his royal mum and dad, and 27 days since the world got to see him for the first time. Since then we've been waiting (maybe not so) patiently for the first official photos of the royal family. And now that they're here we might just die over the cuteness!
While I'm sending major props to Kate Middleton and Prince William for releasing their newborn son's name in just two days (in comparison to previous royals and their exhausting wait times), I'm not quite sure his Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge is enough. Eh, it just falls short. Like it needs another one or two names tacked onto the end to rep Diana and Kate's families.
The Prince's Vedic Sun sign is considered the most auspicious of the 27 signs, noted for creating a tender, generous, philanthropic and charitable disposition.
Fact: William and Kate's little man is the first member of the royal family to bear the title Prince of Cambridge in 194 years.
UPDATE: PRINCE CHARLES HAS RELEASED THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT: "Both my wife and I are overjoyed at the arrival of my first grandchild. It is an incredibly special moment for William and Catherine and we are so thrilled for them on the birth of their baby boy.
Make it reign! After missing her rumored July 13 due date by nine days, Kate Middleton and Prince William officially arrived at St. Mary's Hospital in London around 6 a.m. local time, and she will soon give birth to the royal baby in the Lindo Wing. Here's what's known at this time:
UPDATE: Us Weekly reports that Kate and Prince William—and police escorts—left her parents' home in Bucklebury today around 3 p.m. local time for London! It's unknown if the royal couple is headed to St. Mary's Hospital or returning to their Kensington Palace home. Royal baby watch is still very much underway as Kate's much speculated due date of July 13 has come and gone. Like the rest of us commoners, Queen Elizabeth II has a message for her great-grandroyal: let's go already, kid.
The royal baby's rumored due date came and went this past weekend without any news from the palace. So when will the little prince or princess arrive? Well, Camilla, the baby's step-grandmother, is thinking the future heir will arrive in the next few days. "We are all just waiting by the telephone. We are hopeful that by the end of the week he or she will be here." But, really, it's anyone's guess when the little tot will arrive.
The British are coming! Or, rather, their newest heir to the throne is coming ... and soon! With Kate's speculated due date of July 13th looming (a date guessed upon by the public, given as the palace has not released such information publicly), the royal baby could be on its way any day now! Not since Princess Diana was pregnant with baby William has the entire world been so excited. While we're all eagerly waiting for the royal baby's arrival, let's recap what we know so far about the big day:
Dear Duchess of Cambridge aka Kate Middleton, Waiting for your little Prince or Princess to arrive, I am sure you are prepared for your life to totally change—even more than it already has. In the beginning, right when you take your royal golden nugget home to the castle is the most exciting experience of your life.