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Kate Middleton and Prince William's 'plans for secret home' that is vital for her recovery - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - county Windsor - Charlotte
dailyrecord.co.uk
16.04.2024 / 09:41

Kate Middleton and Prince William's 'plans for secret home' that is vital for her recovery

Kate Middleton and Prince William are reportedly planning a secret home transformation, which is said to be crucial for her recovery process. The Royal pair are reported to be considering renovations and extensions to a lesser-known redbrick annexe next to their Adelaide Cottage residence in Windsor.

Inside Prince William and Kate Middleton's surprise plans to upgrade home into 'sanctuary' amid cancer recovery - www.ok.co.uk - city Sandringham - county Windsor - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
15.04.2024 / 19:19

Inside Prince William and Kate Middleton's surprise plans to upgrade home into 'sanctuary' amid cancer recovery

The Prince and Princess of Wales are said to be considering plans to renovate and extend a redbrick annexe next to their Adelaide Cottage home in Windsor.The family - who moved to the Berkshire estate towards the end of summer in 2022 - currently split their time between the four bedroom cottage and their beloved Anmer Hall retreat on the Sandringham Estate. While Adelaide Cottage provides the perfect location thanks to its proximity to Lambrook School where Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are students, sources say the family are looking at plans to extend a currently empty annexe to aid in the princess' recovery.This decision, however, is said to not be without complications as the source explains that the Prince of Wales is "conscious of public scrutiny" about royal spending habits and is taking a measured approach about how to personally cover the costs.

Unlikely royals 'setting perfect example for Charlotte and Louis' with their success - www.ok.co.uk - France - county Buckingham - county King George - county Prince Edward
ok.co.uk
14.04.2024 / 14:17

Unlikely royals 'setting perfect example for Charlotte and Louis' with their success

They have rapidly become one of the Royal Family’s greatest assets and so it proved again last week when the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh stepped up to the plate and carried out a historic ceremony on behalf of King Charles. But as Prince Edward, 60, and Sophie, 59, watched French soldiers parade in the Buckingham Palace forecourt to mark 120 years of friendly relations between the two countries the couple must have reflected that their rise has been many years in the making.Their ascension, former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond notes, is also setting the perfect example for two young royals of how to make a success of being the 'spare' to the throne.

Princess Beatrice 'devastated' over Amazon's Prince Andrew TV series as it 'threatens to ruin her life' - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
10.04.2024 / 00:35

Princess Beatrice 'devastated' over Amazon's Prince Andrew TV series as it 'threatens to ruin her life'

Princess Beatrice has found herself plunged into the drama surrounding her father, Prince Andrew, following the release of Netflix’s Scoop. Sources have told OK! that Beatrice, 35, is upset and feeling unfairly targeted after her involvement in discussions surrounding the Duke of York’s controversial Newsnight interview.The source adds that Beatrice is dreading the release of the upcoming Amazon MGM Studios series, A Very Royal Scandal, based on Emily Maitlis' perspective.

Kate Middleton and Prince William feel ‘intense anxiety’ over idea of taking throne: expert - nypost.com - Britain - county Prince Edward
nypost.com
08.04.2024 / 15:18

Kate Middleton and Prince William feel ‘intense anxiety’ over idea of taking throne: expert

announcing his cancer diagnosis publicly in February, the 75-year-old monarch was forced to hit the brakes on much of his royal agenda and has undertaken less public-facing duties.The following month, his daughter-in-law Kate Middleton revealed that she, too, is in the midst of her own battle with cancer.As Charles continues to receive treatment for his condition, the Prince and Princess of Wales have reportedly been at the center of ongoing succession talks — which have left them feeling “intensely anxious.”“News of Charles’ cancer has put William and Catherine in frightening proximity to ascending the throne,” former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown wrote, per the Mirror. “The prospect of it, I am told, is causing them intense anxiety.”Once William, the heir to the throne, becomes king of the United Kingdom, it’s expected that Middleton, 42, will be crowned queen and take on a lot more royal engagements than ever before.As two senior members of the Firm undergo treatment for their respective diagnoses, the royal family has been forced to undergo a major reshuffle.Queen Camilla, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, and his wife Sophie, the Duchess of Edinburgh, have each taken on a more active role in the king’s absence.

Princess Diana Is Princess Charlotte's Double in a Newly Released Picture - www.glamour.com - county Norfolk - county Lynn
glamour.com
05.04.2024 / 16:47

Princess Diana Is Princess Charlotte's Double in a Newly Released Picture

—with many insisting she is the double of in the photograph.The Earl shared the image on his Instagram page this week, writing, "My first day of school, in September 1968: my father took this photograph of me and my sister, Diana, just before he drove us to Silfield, a really lovely primary school in King’s Lynn, Norfolk. The headmistress was Miss Jean Lowe, a warm and thoughtful lady who loved her boys and girls…I was there till 1972, when I headed off to the place I call—in my memoir—A Very Private School."In the photograph, Diana can be seen standing next to Charles, the two dressed in matching red blazers, red ties and long gray socks.

Kate Middleton's 'touching' move to make sure key royal remains 'fun' for George, Charlotte and Louis - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Charlotte
dailyrecord.co.uk
04.04.2024 / 12:33

Kate Middleton's 'touching' move to make sure key royal remains 'fun' for George, Charlotte and Louis

Kate Middleton is making sure her kids still have fun with their grandad, King Charles. Even though Kate and the King both have health problems, they are staying strong together.

Kate Middleton's touching move to help Charles carry on being 'fun grandpa' to George, Charlotte and Louis - www.ok.co.uk - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
03.04.2024 / 06:05

Kate Middleton's touching move to help Charles carry on being 'fun grandpa' to George, Charlotte and Louis

While The King and The Princess of Wales are both facing worrying health battles, they will perhaps find a small amount of solace by confiding in one another about what they are both going through.The pair share a very close bond and have often expressed their respect and admiration for one another.This relationship will surely act as a pillar of strength during this difficult time – as well as the light-hearted distraction provided by Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. This special relationship between the King, his daughter-in-law and his Wales grandchildren will be hugely important at this time, former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond notes.

Zara and Mike Tindall to miss royal Easter service for exciting reason - www.ok.co.uk - county Hall - city Sandringham - county Norfolk - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
30.03.2024 / 14:33

Zara and Mike Tindall to miss royal Easter service for exciting reason

Zara and Mike Tindall are set to miss the Royal Family's annual Easter Sunday Matins service at St George's Chapel, Windsor on Sunday, 31 March as they will instead travel to Thoresby Hall in Nottinghamshire to compete in a three-day equestrian event.The couple, who are parents to Mia, 10, Lena, five, and Lucas, three, will not be joining King Charles as he makes his first appearance at a large-scale public event for the first time since his cancer diagnosis.The Tindall's will not be the only family missing on the day as the Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are expected to spend the day at Anmer Hall in Norfolk. It's believed Zara will compete with two horses in the Advanced competition at the Eventing Spring Carnival, which will take place from 29 March until 31 March.

Where Prince William and Princess Kate will spend Easter in break from tradition - www.ok.co.uk - county Hall - city Sandringham - county Norfolk - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
30.03.2024 / 12:03

Where Prince William and Princess Kate will spend Easter in break from tradition

The Prince and Princess of Wales' and their three young children will not be joining the rest of the Royal Family at the traditional Easter Sunday Matins Service at St George's Chapel, Windsor.The family of five are expected instead to spend the day at their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis broke up from school for the Easter holidays on Friday, 22 March - the same day that Kate bravely revealed she had been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy treatment.The home, which was given to the couple by Queen Elizabeth II after their wedding in 2011, is thought to be their favourite residence to escape to - and is somewhere where they have a wide circle of close friends.

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie 'upset' over King Charles snub - www.ok.co.uk - Virginia
ok.co.uk
29.03.2024 / 19:27

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie 'upset' over King Charles snub

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie are said to be feeling snubbed by King Charles as they have not been asked to step in for many royal engagements, despite the family being incredibly short-staffed as the monarch and the Princess Of Wales have been out of action.The King's cancer diagnosis has left him out of action for work since Christmas, while his daughter-in-law's abdominal surgery and subsequent cancer announcement has also left her unable to carry out engagements. With Prince William taking a step back to support his wife, the York sisters are reportedly wondering why they haven't been asked to help out the very slimmed-down monarchy.

Why cute Easter egg hunt hosted for royal children won't be the same this year - www.ok.co.uk - county Hall - Charlotte - county Phillips - city Savannah, county Phillips
ok.co.uk
28.03.2024 / 15:39

Why cute Easter egg hunt hosted for royal children won't be the same this year

For many youngsters, a stay at your grandparent's house is a very exciting prospect. But when your grandfather is the King, we imagine the anticipation increases ever so slightly.

Kate Middleton, Prince William ‘sugarcoated’ cancer news to Louis — had ‘difficult conversation’ with George and Charlotte - nypost.com - George - city Charlotte
nypost.com
27.03.2024 / 17:11

Kate Middleton, Prince William ‘sugarcoated’ cancer news to Louis — had ‘difficult conversation’ with George and Charlotte

been undergoing chemotherapy treatment after doctors discovered cancer during her planned abdominal surgery in January.It’s understood that the royal decided to share the news with the world that particular day as it was before her and William’s three children, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, left school for Easter break.And with Louis being significantly younger than his siblings, the pair no doubt approached the situation in a less straight-forward manner.“I’m sure it was a very difficult and very different conversation between children,” Grant Harrold, who worked for Charles for seven years when he was the Prince of Wales, exclusively told The Post. “For instance, for Louis I’m sure the conversation was more sugarcoated than it was with George and Charlotte.”“The older children can understand more, so I’d imagine it was a little more frank but undoubtedly staying positive, which is so important,” he explained.“That’s why when you now look at the picture of Kate with her three children, it brings a tear to your eye.

Kate Middleton's surprisingly normal family day out - and it's open to the public - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - London - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
27.03.2024 / 16:17

Kate Middleton's surprisingly normal family day out - and it's open to the public

When not working on royal engagements or at home, Kate Middleton enjoys spending time with her children outdoors, particularly at the RHS Back To Nature Garden - a woodland garden in London. Getting her children involved, Kate, who recently announced that she is being treated for cancer, likes to take Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to help decorate the garden by gathering moss, leaves, and twigs. Last year, she even backed the RHS's campaign to promote gardening in schools, a scheme which aim is to bring nature into the lives of youngsters.

Prince William and Kate Middleton ‘extremely moved’ by public support after cancer announcement - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
24.03.2024 / 01:15

Prince William and Kate Middleton ‘extremely moved’ by public support after cancer announcement

The Prince and Princess of Wales are said to be “enormously touched” and “extremely moved” by the public’s warmth and support following Kate’s cancer announcement. Kate, 42, revealed she was undergoing preventative chemotherapy in an emotional video message on Friday.There has been a global outpouring of support, including from the King, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, political figures and members of the public.

Princess Kate And Prince William Thank Supporters For Their Well-Wishes - deadline.com - Britain
deadline.com
24.03.2024 / 00:53

Princess Kate And Prince William Thank Supporters For Their Well-Wishes

Princess Kate and Prince William are “enormously touched” by the well wishes from the public, Kensington Palace said.

When we'll see Kate Middleton again after cancer announcement – and how she prepared children for bad news - www.ok.co.uk - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
23.03.2024 / 18:03

When we'll see Kate Middleton again after cancer announcement – and how she prepared children for bad news

After the Princess of Wales vowed that she will “be OK” following her decision to bravely reveal she has been diagnosed with cancer, it became clear that the timing of the announcement was to protect her three young children. After Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis left the classroom behind on Friday, 22 March to begin their Easter holidays, the princess explained that she has started to undergo “preventative chemotherapy”.This worrying update, which comes after weeks of outlandish and damaging social media conspiracy theories spun out of control, was timed to coincide with a time where the children were away from school and could be together as a family.

Inside Prince William and Kate Middleton's country mansion for Easter break amid cancer treatment - www.ok.co.uk - county Hall - city Sandringham - county Norfolk - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
23.03.2024 / 18:03

Inside Prince William and Kate Middleton's country mansion for Easter break amid cancer treatment

The Prince and Princess of Wales' helicopter was pictured departing from the Windsor Estate on Saturday, 23 March with it being thought that the family of five are taking a well-earned break at Anmer Hall in Norfolk. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis broke up from school for the Easter holidays on Friday, 22 March - the same day that Kate bravely revealed she had been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy treatment.The home, which was given to the couple by Queen Elizabeth II after their wedding in 2011, is thought to be their favourite residence to escape to - and is somewhere where they have a wide circle of close friends.

Kate Middleton and Prince William seen in helicopter as she makes getaway amid cancer treatment - www.ok.co.uk - county Hall - city Sandringham - county Windsor - Indiana - county Norfolk - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
23.03.2024 / 13:57

Kate Middleton and Prince William seen in helicopter as she makes getaway amid cancer treatment

Kate Middleton has been spotted in a helicopter with husband Prince William after she announced she has been diagnosed with cancer.The Prince and Princess of Wales were today seen boarding a helicopter on their way to their country home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk, for an Easter break. It is thought they will be joined by their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

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