Family Kate Middleton and Prince William May Start Spending a Lot More Time in the United States
William & Kate Are Reportedly in Trouble With the Queen Over All Their Helicopter Rides
Prince William and Kate Middleton are in reportedly in hot water with Queen Elizabeth II for defying her wishes over their mode of transportation. The Cambridges seem to have a fondness for using the royal helicopter to travel between their country home at Anmer Hall and their residence in London, but they are going against palace protocols by doing so. The Queen was apparently “uncomfortable about the entire family traveling by helicopter,” according to royal expert Richard Palmer, who told The Express that there was “official unhappiness” about the family’s preferred way to travel.
and are avid travelers — in fact, they recently for borrowing one of Queen Elizabeth's helicopters without permission for a summer excursion. Although they've recently made trips to , , and , the royal couple has not been to the United States in eight years. But according to a source, they have plans to embark on a voyage across the pond to mark their third trip to the States (they visited in 2011 and 2014). According to , royal expert Omid Scobie said a source shared that the Cambridges may be visiting much more frequently now.
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On July 22, Prince George celebrates his 9th birthday! Doesn’t it seem like just yesterday that Kate Middleton and Prince William stood on the steps of the Lindo Wing, cradling their firstborn child? Fast forward to the present, and that tiny bundle turns nine! And already, young Prince George has made quite a mark on the world with his charming personality, dapper style, and mischievous grin. But for as much as you’ve probably heard about Prince George, there are some fun facts about the super-cute heir (he’s third in line to the throne) that you’d probably be surprised to learn.
"William is keen for his work to be seen and have an impact outside of the U.K. and the royal bubble," Scobie explained before adding, "the charitable landscape in America is huge, and he wants to have a presence."
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There are even whispers that the two could take a royal tour across the country, with stops in Washington, D.C., and New York City. Scobie shared that the insider informed him that "reconnaissance has been scheduled to gauge for engagements for the couple in Boston — and even beyond."
Kate and William argued over 'divisive' Prince George appearance
KATE MIDDLETON and Prince William argued over a "divisive" appearance with their eldest son Prince George, according to unearthed reports.Prince George celebrates his ninth birthday on Friday. The young royal is understood to be marking the occasion on vacation with his family, having been spotted boarding a helicopter near his home in Kensington Palace on Monday. It comes after a busy few months of royal events, which have seen George become a more prominent member of the Royal Family.
"Though the source made no mention of it, I wondered if a little competitiveness with his brother might be in the mix, too," Scobie added. "Harry's popularity in Britain may be suffering, but his rise in the U.S. has seen the Archewell Foundation receive huge attention from an impressive list of donors, and his charitable efforts and campaigning has quickly seen him acknowledged by the likes of Forbes and Time, who named him and Meghan two of the world's most influential people."
It makes perfect sense for the royals to spend more time stateside. While the United Kingdom is where the family carries much of their influence, the entire world seems to be interested in their every move. "Who can blame them?" Scobie said. "Interest in the royal family on the world stage has long been an essential asset to Britain's appeal abroad."
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s heartbreak over Prince George ‘burden’ .
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly 'keen' to ensure nine-year-old Prince George's royal destiny isn't made into a 'big deal'Of all the Queen’s great-grandchildren Prince George is facing the biggest future as he’s set to follow in her footsteps as monarch one day. Just a few days ago the Queen’s birthday tribute to George showcased a sweet moment from her Jubilee celebrations. Whilst it’s been suggested that George ‘learned’ a valuable lesson from Her Majesty that weekend. But despite his increased visibility at royal events in recent months, it seems that Prince William and Kate are eager to avoid their son feeling a major royal “burden”.