On Monday the 29th May 2017, GQ magazine published a new photograph of William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Lupo on their website. The snap shows the happy family of four relaxing on the grass as their Spaniel Lupo runs nearby. The picture was taken for the magazine by Norman Jean Roy and accompanies an interview with Price William.
The interview and photographs are part of the Heads Together campaign, the mental health initiative spearheaded by William, Kate and Harry.
In the candid interview, Prince William chats to Alastair Campbell about his mother’s death, mental health, Lady Gaga and the importance of family. Here’s an excerpt of his thoughts on the latter topic:
I could not do my job without the stability of the family. Stability at home is so important to me. I want to bring up my children in a happy, stable, secure world and that is so important to both of us as parents.
I want George to grow up in a real, living environment, I don’t want him growing up behind palace walls, he has to be out there. The media make it harder but I will fight for them to have a normal life.
Read the full interview:
Alastair Campbell’s full interview with Prince William appears in the July 2017 issue of British GQ. It will be available on newsstands and as a download from 1 June.
It appears that Kate is in a number of pieces she’s worn during public engagements recently (though it’s impossible to know for certain).
The rolled cuffs on Kate’s top indicate that she’s probably wearing her J.Crew Cashmere Long-Sleeve T-Shirt. You may recall Kate debuted this top earlier in the month for a visit to the Farms for City Children project (pictured below).
The company sells two different tops that are very similar: a 12-gauge knit and a 14-gauge knit.Fashion fans believe Kate’s wearing the 14-gauge knit style, in “heather navy”. Both sweaters are semi-fitted, sit on the hip and are made from Italian cashmere. They feature a rib trim at the neck, rolled edge cuffs and a rolled edge hem.
The cashmere sweaters originally retailed for £198 in the UK and $198 in the USA. Sadly, the 14-gauge knit in heather navy is no longer available for purchase. However, if you wish to copy Kate’s style, J. Crew stock over 30 other colours and some are on sale!