Posts Tagged ‘Scotland’

Kate Middleton ‘it’s fine to be shy’; Sophie Countess of Wessex starts bike challenge (updated)

I have a bit of clean up on a Kate Middleton quote from Friday, and then the rest of the post is the start of Sophie Countess of Weesex‘s DofE Award Diamond Challenge. I’ll be covering the Swedes tomorrow.

UPDATE: Prince William really wants you to know he’s such a Normal Bloke with his air ambulance job. But I’m too tired to make it it’s own post so I’m tacking it on to the end of this one.

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Kate said encouraging words to school children; Eugenie at Balmoral with boyfriend

I’m throwing several articles into one post: People has quotes from Kate Middleton to children during her visit to Stewards Academy on Friday; Daily Mail has a story from Richard Kay about the Middletons, and the Queen indulging Prince William; and Express has a story about Princess Eugenie and her boyfriend Jack Brooksbank staying at Balmoral this weekend as guests of the Queen.

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Kate Middleton visits Place2Be, Art Room, plays tennis in Scotland

Kate Middleton was in Scotland yesterday for three engagements – two to two of her patronages (she’s already visited more of her patronages than either Prince William or Prince Harry have). The Countess of Strathearn visited a school with Place2Be, a school with The Art Room, and a school where she participated in a tennis lesson with Judy Murray.

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Four new appearances announced for Kate

It’s that time of year again, folks. That time when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s press office realize that Prince William and Kate Middleton haven’t done hardly any work in the UK, and stuff their calendars full of last minute appearances to boost their yearly numbers. It’s happened every year since they were married. Both Will and Kate have announced four new appearances for the next eight days. Plus, as I was in the check-out line I read a Globe article that was funny, so I thought I’d share.

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