This year will mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and in honor of her memory Prince William and Prince Harry have commissioned a statue of their late mother to be erected on the grounds of Kensington Palace.
Kensington Palace officially confirmed that Prince William will leave his co-pilot job with East Anglian Air Ambulance this summer, and starting in the fall will spend more time working for royal family. Kate Middleton will also increase her work for the royal family, while Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend school in London.
Well this is an interesting turn of events. Kensington Palace has issued a statement at the request of Prince Harry on the harassment of Meghan Markle since news broke two Sundays ago that the two were dating.
Just like last year, Prince Harry will spend his summer break in Africa working with wildlife conservation projects.
Kensington Palace released more details about Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s royal tour of India and Bhutan. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will land in India on April 10, move to Bhutan on April 14, and move back to India on April 16 before flying back to the United Kingdom.
Kensington Palace this morning announced that Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will visit Bhutan this spring, and Prince Harry will visit Nepal.
This morning, August 14, Kensington Palace issued an open letter about the publication of unauthorized paparazzi photos of Prince George and has requested both the media and the public to stop purchasing them. The letter comes directly from Prince William, Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry‘s Communications Secretary, Jason Knauf, and is written in first person.
Kate Middleton gave a quote to the Times (London) about children’s mental health in support of their Time to Mind children’s mental health campaign. This comes six weeks after she released a video message in support of Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week… and mere hours before the UK supreme court ruled to allow Prince Charles‘ […]
This news is not surprising as it has been circulating in the press for a while, but Kensington Palace officially announced today that Prince Harry will leave the armed forces in June following a ten year military career.