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...]
Kate’s worn a lot of L.K. Bennett over the years – the Sledge platform shoe is obviously the item she’s most known to wear! 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 Davina dress, the Ami coat and Jude jacket from L.K. Bennett. She owns their Darwin jacket. Phew that’s a LOT of LKB!
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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...]
This morning Kate attended a special service at Westminster Abbey with other senior member of the royal family, held in honour of the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation. Kate's outfit: For the event, pregnant Kate wore a peachy pink lace dress and matching coat by designer Jenny Packham. The outfit was bespoke, created especially for Kate by the designer. As fellow blogger and … [Read more...]
Yesterday, on her second wedding anniversary, Kate visited Naomi House, a hospice for children and young adults located in Hampshire. Her visit was timed to coincide with Children's Hospice Week. We also learned that Kate privately visited the hospice back in 2008. During her visit to Naomi House, Kate met with 850 volunteers and enjoyed a tea party with some of the families at the hospice. … [Read more...]
Today, Kate attended the National Review of Queen’s Scouts at Windsor Castle and the National Scout Service at nearby St George’s Chapel, where she met hundreds of Scouts and their families from across the UK and the Commonwealth. She also met Chief Scout Bear Grylls. Click any photo to view it larger: All images used with permission from Karl Cooper (@MrKarlCooper) At the event, Kate … [Read more...]
NOTE: This blog post is really out of date. We'll be updating it shortly. Kate has really set a trend with her nude court shoes! Many people, both in and out of the public eye, have copied Kate and purchased a pair of nude pumps for themselves. Remember Mike & Zara's wedding? Members of the Royal Family and celebrity guests alike turned up wearing nude court shoes, some wearing the … [Read more...]
Along with other prominent figures of the Royal Family, Kate attended the Remembrance Sunday parade at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall, London to honour and remember those who have died at war for our country. The Queen led the ceremony by laying a wreath at the Cenotaph, then other members of the Royal Family, politicians, military chiefs and servicemen and women lay tributes too. As Big Bed chimed … [Read more...]
Day seven of the royal tour kicked off today with a visit by Will and Kate to the Prime Minister’s cabinet in Honiara, the capital of the Solomon Islands. The couple were each given a traditional necklace by the Prime Minister. Here we can see an image of the couple wearing their new gift: … [Read more...]
Leaving Sabah: Will and Kate left Sabah (the Malaysian State on the Island of Borneo) early on Sunday morning, before heading over to Honiara, the capital city of the Solomon Islands, for the final leg of their 2012 tour. … [Read more...]
After this morning’s visit to the mosque and luncheon, Kate and William attended a Diamond Jubilee tea party at the British High Commissioner’s residence. The High Commission held a photography contest prior to the royal visit and two lucky winners were able to attend the event to meet William and Kate. There were a number of high profile guests at the party, including Malaysian-Chinese … [Read more...]