Kate Middleton and Prince William hit the beach in Sydney this week, where the Duchess of Cambridge had her very own “Baywatch” moment.royals had a full day planned for Friday, including the Royal Easter Show, before heading to Manly Beach in honor of a lifesaving swim event.
The royal baby rumors were in full swing this weekend as Prince William and Kate Middleton continued their tour of New Zealand.
The woman later told reporters she felt like William was “dropping a hint” and letting her in on “a secret.”
Prince George was a bundle of royal cuteness at a playdate in New Zealand on Wednesday.Kate Middleton and Prince William had the 8-month-old crawling, playing with toys and hanging out with other tots at Plunkett’s Parents Group playdate at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand.
The 8-month-old Prince George embarked on his first international tour with his royal parents, arriving to Wellington, New Zealand on Monday.
The 30-hour flight was delayed, but the chubby-cheeked future king seemed content to be carried by mom Kate Middleton, excitedly waving to the crowd, while dad Prince William walked beside them.
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Kensington Palace has released an adorable family photo of Prince William, Kate Middleton, 8-month-old Prince George and their Cocker Spaniel, Lupo!
Royal parents Prince Williams and Kate Middleton have hired a proficient nanny to look after their son, Prince George.reports her name is Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, and she will accompany the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their little one on their forthcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand.
The world continues to mourn the death of South African peace icon Nelson Mandela, including Prince William, who discovered the news right after watching the biopic “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.”
Prince William and Kate Middleton are already planning Prince George’s first Christmas, including some “cheap and quirky” gifts for the little guy.According to Life & Style, the royals are breaking from tradition and inviting the Middletons to spend the holiday at the Queen’s Norfolk estate, Sandringham.