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Entertainment Where are Kate and William after airport visit?

01:40  25 october  2021
01:40  25 october  2021 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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William and Kate , both 39, appeared to travel from the airport with Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, from their Kensington Palace home in London. Wills and Kate are spotted at Heathrow with George, Charlotte and Louis in tow after Queen health scare. Prince William and Kate Middleton carried on as normal this week as the Queen was admitted to hospital. Royal couple were spotted outside Heathrow airport 's Windsor Suite which costs £3,300 for three hours.

KATE and Prince William have been spotted at Heathrow Airport with their three children. However, the palace has come under fire for keeping the hospital visit secret until reports emerged on William and Kate are no doubt looking forward to a break after the Duke's successful Earthshot Prize awards

There is speculation surrounding Prince William and Kate Middleton’s whereabouts following news of the Queen’s recent health scare. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were photographed outside of Heathrow Airport in London on Thursday with their three children, Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd There is speculation surrounding Prince William and Kate Middleton’s whereabouts following news of the Queen’s recent health scare. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were photographed outside of Heathrow Airport in London on Thursday with their three children, Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three.

There is speculation surrounding Prince William and Kate Middleton's whereabouts following news of the Queen's recent health scare.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were photographed outside of Heathrow Airport in London on Thursday with their three children, Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three.

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Earlier they visited an ice cream parlour in Mumbles where Kate was surprised by former teachers. William and Kate also visited a lifeboat station and greeted well-wishers on a walkabout by the seafront. Day ended with a visit to a Port Talbot boxing gym that helps children who've faced difficulty in life. She means business! After the ice cream parlour, William and Kate travelled to Port Talbot, where they visited the Tata Steel plant. The royal couple donned hardhats and boiler suits over their clothes for the outing. Seeing the funny side! Kate looked engaged at the Port Talbot Tata Steel plant

Kate Middleton, 39, and Prince William , 38, are to visit Scotland next week. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to Edinburgh, Fife and Orkney. Couple will make a nostalgic trip back to St Andrews University, where they met. She said that there were 'small moments' between William and Kate which made her believe from early days that the pair would go the distance. 'Whenever Kate was in the room, Will was obviously paying attention to her,' she told People . 'When we'd be sitting at lunch in the dining hall and the two of them would be talking, it was amazing to see how natural it was , how

Dressed casually, the family appeared to be heading off for a family holiday from the exclusive Windsor Suite at the airport.

Photos showed Kate in a loose dress and sneakers, while George and Charlotte were spotted carrying backpacks.

The children are currently on their half-term school break and there has been talk that the family were heading off on an international trip for the holidays.

However, reports are now emerging that the Cambridges have returned to the UK following the Queen's health scare.

Her Majesty "reluctantly" cancelled a visit to Northern Ireland last week, which had been scheduled for Wednesday.

There is speculation surrounding Prince William and Kate Middleton's whereabouts following news of the Queen's recent health scare. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd There is speculation surrounding Prince William and Kate Middleton's whereabouts following news of the Queen's recent health scare.

It was later confirmed by Buckingham Palace that the 95-year-old monarch was admitted to hospital on Wednesday afternoon for "preliminary investigations" and spent the night there.

Kate Middleton: Very proud of Prince William at the Earthshot Prize

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Image caption, William and Kate spent time at Salthill Knocknacarra GAA club where they met young players and coaches. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tried Gaelic sports in Galway on the last day of their first official visit to the Republic of Ireland. Prince William and Catherine visited a Gaelic Athletic Image caption, William and Kate were entertained with some traditional Irish music in the Tig Cóilí pub. The duke had to apologise to his wife after finding a fellow Aston Villa fan in the bar and getting drawn into talking about football. They also took a walk in the city centre, where they met

William and Kate , both 39, appeared to travel from the airport with Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, from their Kensington Palace home in London. The royals were driven to the airport by Prince William in a blacked out Audi closely escorted by security and a It’s not clear where the family where travelling. The trip comes as the Queen, 95, was admitted to King Edward VII’s on Wednesday afternoon and stayed there overnight for tests, having to cancel a trip to Northern Ireland last minute. Prince William has been spotted outside the Windsor Suite at Heathrow


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"Following medical advice to rest for a few days, the Queen attended hospital on Wednesday afternoon for some preliminary investigations, returning to Windsor Castle at lunchtime today, and remains in good spirits," a spokesperson said.

The news has left many royal watchers rattled, as Prince Philip died in April aged 99 and there are fears the Queen's health may be in decline.

It's understood that the royal family are devising new strategies to support the ageing monarch as she continues to carry out public duties.

The Telegraph UK reported that Her Majesty will now be accompanied by one of her children or grandchildren for all public engagements.

This is to prevent the public from being "let down at the last minute" if the Queen has to pull out of an engagement for health reasons.

The outlet also reported that Prince William and Prince Charles have increased their workload behind the scenes, to take some of the pressure off the Queen.

Prince William and Kate are 'focused on having a high profile in US'

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A source said William and Kate have been 'eyeing up' accommodation options in the area suitable for bringing up their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. The home on the Sandringham Estate was a wedding gift from the Queen and, after carrying out refurbishment work, William and Kate made it their permanent home from 2015 to 2017. Its rural location had several key advantages at the time: William was working as a helicopter pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance, and the couple were keen to give their young children as normal an upbringing as possible, away from

Prince William made a speech at the university's Senate House after the pair met well-wishers who had gathered to see them. The royal couple also opened the new 612-bed Peterborough City Hospital. During the lunchtime reception at Senate House, Prince William said the couple had looked forward to visiting Cambridge ever since they adopted their titles on At the multi-million pound Peterborough City Hospital, the duke and duchess met patients including seven-year-old Emma Henson, who suffers from a rare disorder meaning her arteries and veins are entangled. She said: " Kate was very pretty".

Sources close to the royal family have also told The Times that the Queen will be cutting back on her public duties, as she is "knackered" after almost 70 years on the throne.

Prince William and Prince Charles have reportedly increased their workload to support the Queen. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Prince William and Prince Charles have reportedly increased their workload to support the Queen.

The Sun also reports that palace staff have been ordered to cut back the monarch's busy schedule, which has been packed with an "exhausting" number of events until now.

It's understood that the Queen will still attend the UN climate change summit in Glasgow next month, but that her schedule will now include plenty of breaks and time to rest.

Will and Kate visit Scouts in Scotland as Charles opens climate summit, Queen seen driving in Windsor .
Queen Elizabeth has been seen driving a car around her Windsor Castle estate as Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend a major climate summit in Glasgow. The Queen, 95, who was forced to cancel her in-person appearance for a video message instead, was behind the wheel of her Jaguar estate, wearing a headscarf and sunglasses. Queen Elizabeth is under doctors' instructions to rest, taking two weeks off from public visits in what is the most significant absence of her near 70-year reign.

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