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Kate joins Queen for Service of Dedication for Iraq Afghanistan Memorial

Kate Middleton and Prince William, along with Prince Harry, joined The Queen, Prince Philip, and other members of the royal family yesterday, March 9, for a Service of Dedication at Horse Guards Parade to honor the men and women who served during the Gulf War and conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Queen then unveiled […]

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POLL: Favorite Kate Accessories from Royal Tour of Canada 2016

Here are polls on Kate Middleton‘s earrings and shoes from the Royal Tour of Canada (the clothes poll is here, and you can still vote in the success/failure poll here). I usually don’t do shoe polls but Kate wore some interesting pieces this time. I didn’t include a bags poll because there weren’t many clutches […]

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Prince William & Kate Middleton land in Canada with Prince George & Princess Charlotte

Prince William and Kate Middleton arrived in Victoria, Canada on September 24 with their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, in tow to kick off their Royal Tour.

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Prince William, Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry host President Obama and First Lady Michelle

Prince William, Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry hosted President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama of the United States for an informal dinner at Kensington Palace Apartment 1A – William and Kate’s personal apartment – last night, April 22. Prince George got to meet his very first US President.

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Duchess Kate joins Queen and other royals for Service of Commemoration at St. Paul’s (updated)

A Service of Commemoration was held at St. Paul’s Cathedral this morning in honor of the British troops who were stationed, and those that died (all 453 of them), in the 13 year operation in Afghanistan, and to mark the end of the operation.

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