Soon to be home from serving in Afghanistan, Prince Harry cannot wait to get home to his family, and shares his feelings over his soon to be nephew. People reported Harry spoke to the couple via telephone as soon as he received the good news—saying he was excited, but did have a concern.
Kate Middleton is pregnant with the heir apparent to the throne of England. Bringing up baby to the manor born stirs up fairytales of happily every after and raising a blue blood. Here are some ideas to give your little one the royal advantage in life and love:
Yes, it's for real this time! The palace confirmed in a statement today that Prince William and his wife Catherine Middleton are expecting their first baby!
'I'll keep that!' That's what Prince William said in response to a British young lady who handed him a homemade romper for his future son, that was inscribed with 'Daddy's little co-pilot.'
While his older brother William is off saving people's lives, (probably) planning for a family and prepping himself for his impending tenure as King of England, Prince Harry is still partying hard and living it up.
Happy 30th birthday, Prince William! Born on June 21, 1982, to Charles and Diana, Prince and Princess of Wales, this prince of hearts has grown from a little bundle of joy to a teen icon to an eligible-bachelor to the future king of England.
Move over Prince William, there is a new media Prince in town, and it's Harry!
Is it still a technically a royal wedding if the bride isn't a princess? Prince William's cousin, Zara Phillips, may not officially be an HRH, but as the Queen's eldest granddaughter, she still received a lot of royal perks at her wedding this past weekend to rugby player Mike Tindall. For instance, while many brides opt for a tiara, 30-year-old Zara wore one from her mother Princess Anne's personal collection, and she had her wedding reception at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, one of the Queen's official residences.
Nothing signals elite royalty status more than an appearance at Wimbledon. Newlyweds Prince William and Kate Middleton sat cozily in the Royal Box as they cheered Britain's Andy Murray, who faced off against Richard Gasquet of France for a spot in the quarter-finals.
Spending the summer in one place can be dreadfully boring, don't you agree? Especially when you're a royal! That's why Wills and Kate have planned an oh-so-posh trip across North America, which is sure to fill up their July quite nicely.
It looks like our guessing game about where Prince William and Kate Middleton should honeymoon was all for naught! After marrying in front of their guests at Westminster Abbey (and nearly 2 billion TV watchers around the world,) the couple has reportedly decided to postpone their honeymoon. Some, like the Daily Mail, are speculating that the announcement of Osama Bin Laden's death and related security concerns may have been the cause for the delay, although the official reason given is that Prince William needs to return to his job as a helicopter pilot in the Royal Air Force.
Congratulations to the royal couple! Prince William, the 28-year-old prince and the second-in-line to the British throne, wed his longtime girlfriend, Kate Middleton, 29, in London today in a grand ceremony at Westminister Abbey that, thanks to the many cameras both inside and outside of the church, felt, at times, more like a movie than a real-life wedding. Before 2000 guests (and an estimated two billion watching around the world,) Prince William and Kate were made the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and, according to the Globe and Mail, looked "nervous but happy" during their vows, which they gracefully pulled off without the slightest flub.
It's finally here: the day that Catherine "Waitie-Katie" Elizabeth Middleton has been patiently waiting for the past nine years! Prince William isgoing to make an honest woman out of her. And although the ceremony is taking place at an ungodly hour (at least for those of us, who will be watching the royal wedding, stateside), the couple has released their official wedding program, which details what exactly will go down during the ceremony at Westminster Abbey, should you decide to sleep in.
Kate Middleton was just a 15-year-old school girl when her future husband's mother, Princess Diana, died tragically in a Paris car crash. However, although his fiancee and mother will never get to meet, Prince William reportedly took Kate to visit his Diana's grave, just days before their April 29th wedding.
We're happy for princess-to-be Kate Middleton. Really we are. While we could do without the 24-hour news coverage of her dress/diet/ex-boyfriends/previous family homes, who doesn't love a good royal wedding? By all accounts, Prince William and Kate seem like they've thought this through and are ready for their very public walk down the aisle. We'll even admit, we wouldn't mind the tiaras, lady-in-waiting and new Audi-cum-driver that reportedly await Kate. But we're just as happy it's not us. Here's why…
And as if being a bride- and princess-to-be isn't enough pressure, Kate Middleton has been thrust into the international spotlight and her appearance, style and wedding have become ripe fodder for gossip. She's gotten flack for quitting her job to prepare for her wedding and been the center of a media-invented kerfuffle over whether or not Camilla will have to curtsy in her presence.