Prince William and pregnant wife Kate Middleton have an official due date! Clarence House and St. James Palace released a statement on Monday announcing the upcoming stork delivery.
Not everyone is in love with Kate Middleton’s first official portrait. Critics are likening it to a “giant Polaroid,” and the artist is defending his choice to paint the Duchess of Cambridge smiling.
As Prince William and wife Kate Middleton eagerly await the arrival of their first child, the royal couple plans to keep the child’s life as normal as possible.Life & Style magazine, on newsstands now. “William and Kate’s child will have a modern upbringing.”
Pregnant Kate Middleton is bringing Prince William home for the holidays. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are expecting their first baby in spring or summer, are breaking tradition and spending Christmas with Kate’s family in Bucklebury.People. Queen Elizabeth was consulted and agreed.
Kate Middleton made her first post-hospital appearance alongside David Beckham on Sunday at BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year Awards.The expectant Duchess of Cambridge was on hand to present Tour de France champ and Olympic Gold Medalist Bradley Wiggins with this year’s top prize.
Nurse Jacintha Saldhana, who killed herself after taking a prank call involving Kate Middleton, reportedly criticized hospital staff in a suicide note she left for her family.New York Daily News. One condemned her co-workers for the way she was treated after the incident, a second note described the aftermath of the hoax from her perspective, and the third detailed funeral arrangements.
Conflicting reports are circulating over Jacintha Saldanha’s condition when authorities arrived at her suicide scene in London on Friday.Sky News indicated she might have still been alive, while others like the New York Daily News say she could have been dead for some time.
Although DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian have gone off the air after news that nurse who took their prank call at Kate Middleton's hospital had died in a suspected suicide, the radio station is not firing them.According to the Daily Mail, Rhys Holleran, the chief executive of Southern Cross Austereo, which owns the station, said that Greig and Christian were “completely shattered” by the death of nurse Jacintha Saldanha in the wake of the prank.