Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, via their communications secretary and the Norfolk police, have requested “acts of harassment and breaches of privacy” from “professional photographers using long distance lenses” to cease while they stay at Anmer Hall this summer with their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Will and Kate pay tribute to fallen soldiers in ANZAC day service before departing for London
And so concludes the Great Royal Cambridge Tour of New Zealand and Australia… Prince William and Kate Middleton concluded their tour on Day 19 by attending services to mark ANZAC day. They then boarded a RAAF plane in Canberra and flew to Sydney, where they changed planes (Will carried George) and flew home to London.
Days 14 and 15: Church, Zoo, and a stroll around Governor General’s house
Prince George is the most interesting Cambridge. Will and Kate can take a seat; George is the STAR. All three Cambridges visited the Taronga Zoo (on Day 14 of their tour) where they opened the Prince George Bilby Exhibit. George got to meet a bilby that is named after him. Bilbies are a nocturnal, rabbit-like […]
Kate makes a speech at children’s hospice after making a joke about Will’s bald spot at Easter Show
For Day 12 of their grand tour (April 18 day in OZ, April 17 night in US), William and Kate visited the Royal Easter Show—which is similar to a county or state fair in the US, as it showcased agricultural exhibits, livestock, and arts and crafts. Kate and Will were shown around different parts of […]