It's officially March, which means spring is in the horizon. The word spring conjures up images of cheery, bright and blooming daffodils - one of my favourite flowers. Speaking of daffodils, Happy St. David's Day to all of our Welsh readers. Kate, The Queen & Camilla all with daffodils On to today's royal roundup of news and tidbits, a Kate-fix to tide you over until her next set of … [Read more...]
Kate’s worn a lot of L.K. Bennett clothing and shoes over the years – the Sledge platform shoe is obviously the item she’s most known for wearing! She’s also worn the Agata and the Harper shoe from the same brand, plus the Natalie and Avona clutches.
In addition, Kate’s worn the Lasa dress, the Detroit dress, the Davina dress, the Ami coat and Jude jacket from L.K. Bennett. She owns their Darwin jacket too. Phew that’s a LOT of LKB!
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Kate’s boat print dress to be restocked, the Minx shoes back in stock (new colours), new engagements and much more!
Today, The Duchess of Cambridge travelled up to the West Midlands for two engagements. First, Kate visited the Emma Bridgewater factory in Stoke-on-trent, Staffordshire. Stoke-on-Trent is famous for its pottery. Since the 17th century, Stoke has been home to a number of industrial-scale pottery manufacturing companies including Royal Doulton, Spode, Wedgwood and of course, Emma … [Read more...]
Royal Roundup: A great offer on Kate’s boots, two private engagements and about that floral bag carried by William.
Firstly: Happy Valentine's Day, Kate fans! It’s only the 14th of February, but we have lots of loose ends to tie up this month, I thought I’d quickly put together this royal round-up post for you. Mustique & a new bag ID: As most of you will already know, William and Kate flew back to the UK from the island of Mustique on Monday 9th February. The family were seen boarding a British … [Read more...]
This afternoon (February 12th 2015), The Duchess of Cambridge visited Camber Docks in Portsmouth to visit the Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) headquarters. The Duchess visited BAR HQ to see how work on a new Visitor Centre for the 1851 Trust is progressing, and to hear more about the progress of BAR’s bid to bring the America’s Cup back to Britain. Kate meets Sir Ben Ainslie, David "Freddie" … [Read more...]
On 21st October 2014, The Duchess of Cambridge attended the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards at the Natural History Museum. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is billed as the world’s most prestigious nature photography event. The annual competition is open to all ages, and there are categories for both amateur and professional photographers. This year’s competition … [Read more...]
Today, William and Kate visited Scotland for a number of public engagements, their first together since they returned from their tour of Australia and New Zealand in late April. It was also the first time the couple have visited Scotland in just over a year. Prince George didn't join the couple, he was back in London being looked after by his nanny. Did you know: Although more commonly … [Read more...]
Day fourteen part one, William and Kate visit St Andrew’s cathedral for Easter Sunday church service
On day fourteen of the 2014 Royal Tour, William and Kate attended an Easter Sunday church service at St Andrew’s Cathedral. Inside the building, over 800 people attended the ceremony, including Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Outside the building, crowds were strong as many locals waited to catch a glimpse of the royal couple. Inside, William and Kate signed Sydney Cathedral’s … [Read more...]
On Saturday 19th April 2014, William and Kate travelled over to Brisbane, in the Australian state of Queensland, as part of their three week tour. First on the itinerary for Saturday was the RAAF Base Amberley, where the royal couple met Australian Defence Force veterans. In the following photograph, Kate is speaking with Captain William Morrison and other personnel from 9th Field Support … [Read more...]
On Good Friday, William and Kate attended a number of different events in Sydney. The day began at the city’s Olympic Park, where William and Kate attended the Sydney Royal Easter Show. After inspecting local produce, chatting with stallholders and meeting members of the public, Kate and William were treated to a sheep shearing display by Australian farmers. The Royal Easter Show has … [Read more...]
William, Kate and baby George touched down in Sydney Australia after saying goodbye to New Zealand earlier in the day. Here's a picture of Kate and George leaving the plane: And if you'd like to watch some footage of the royals disembarking from the plane, Sky News uploaded this video of the royal trio: http://youtu.be/ROirGDDmNNQ The Cambridges’ first port of call was Sydney Opera … [Read more...]
Firstly, Happy Valentine’s Day lovely Kate fans! This morning, The Duchess of Cambridge met the staff and students at Northolt High School in Ealing, West London, where she officially opened their new ‘Art Room’ facility. Of course, Kate is Royal Patron to the Oxford based charity with the same name. As regular readers will know, The Art Room is a charity that helps struggling pupils … [Read more...]
This morning, Kate and William met staff and volunteers from the London Poppy Day initiative run by The Royal British Legion. The royal pair met London Poppy Day supporters who were touring the city on a 1960s routemaster bus, which stopped at Kensington Palace. https://twitter.com/PoppyLegion/status/398401965404590080 William and Kate took the old fashioned bus down from Kensington … [Read more...]