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Kate Middleton's special informal role in royal family revealed
The Duchess of Cambridge may be a senior working member of the Queen's royal family as well as a mother-of-three, but she also appears to have an informal role within The Firm
The Duke of Sussex returned to the UK following the death of his grandfather, Prince Philip, and was reunited with his family face-to-face for the first time since March last year. But Harry's visit was short as he quickly flew back to his heavily pregnant wife, Meghan Markle.
Other than attending the funeral, Harry barely left Frogmore Cottage, where he isolated on his return to the UK, according to reports.
While he did meet Charles privately for a two-hour discussion, he did not have time to speak to his brother, sister-in-law and nephews and niece.
Kate Middleton's sweet birthday tradition for Prince Louis revealed
The Duchess of Cambridge has previously spoken about the birthday traditions she prepares for her children's special days
And while Harry did meet privately with the Queen, he did not stay in England long enough to mark her birthday.
A royal source told Us Weekly: "Harry didn't get to see [Prince] George, [Princess] Charlotte and [Prince] Louis in the UK.
"Aside from the day of Philip's funeral and meeting privately with the Queen, he was in isolation at Frogmore."
Harry's short trip came after he and Meghan sat down with US media mogul Oprah Winfrey last month.
During their explosive interview, the couple claimed there were conversations about the colour of Archie's skin before he was born.
Elsewhere in the interview - which sparked a royal crisis - Harry claimed he was cut off financially from his father.
Prince Louis attends nursery for the first time ahead of third birthday
Prince Louis has attended nursery for the first time ahead of his third birthday on Friday (23.04.21), the Kensington Royal Twitter account has confirmed.The youngest child of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, turns three on Friday (23.04.21), and in an adorable new picture shared on his parents’ Kensington Royal social media accounts, it was confirmed he started attending nursery this week.
Meghan also said she was close to suicidal during her 18 months as a royal and said she was not able to get any help.
Harry could be returning to the UK again in July as he will reportedly stand with William at the unveiling of a statue for Princess Diana, at Kensington Palace, on what would have been her 60th birthday.
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Furious MPs, former Cabinet members and leading Royal experts are urging Netflix to scrap the next series of The Crown, or rewrite the character of Prince Philip, whose portrayal up until now they describe as "inaccurate" and "disgraceful".
Some have also urged viewers to boycott the series and warned the American streaming giant that users could dump their subscriptions en masse because the show is "damaging the Royal Family".
Prince Charles took home Kate Middleton and Prince William's incredible wedding decorations
Kate Middleton and Prince William got married inside Westminster Abbey, and the trees lining the aisle were later planted at Prince Charles' Welsh home, Llwynywermod.
Royal author Hugo Vickers has revealed that the late Prince Philip hated the show and was "very, very upset" by the period drama, which will soon shoot its fifth season in the UK. Jonathan Pryce will be replacing Tobias Menzies as the Duke.
Melanie Kaidan takes over live reporting from Rachel Russell.
Royal security is funded by the Home Office and decisions about who gets security are made by the Royal and VIP Executive Committee, which controls the security budget for the royal household and VIPs, including former prime ministers.
The actual protection is provided by a special branch of the Metropolitan Police Service called the Royalty and Specialist Protection.
Because it is taxpayers' money that funds this, the Committee makes their decision based on numerous factors, not simply the arbitrary fact of whether someone has a title or not.
's daughters and , for example, have not had full-time taxpayer-funded security for 10 years now.
Prince Harry gave up Princess Diana's engagement ring, documentary claims
Prince Harry "selflessly" gave up his mother Princess Diana's engagement ring so Prince William could propose to the Duchess of Cambridge with it, a new royal documentary has revealed.Prince Charles allowed his sons to select pieces from their mother's jewellery collection following her death in a car crash in 1997 and it is believed that the sapphire ring went to Harry.
This is because they are not considered working members of the Royal Family, meaning they do not carry out royal engagements on behalf of the Crown.
The princesses had 24-hour police protection up to 2011, at a cost of £500,000 per year to the taxpayer.
At the time, it was reported that the Duke of York was adamant his daughters should continue to receive paid security and also that he wished for them to be working members of the Royal Family.
Both these suggestions were seemingly rejected, and so the princesses' security is now privately funded.
Eugenie and Beatrice have their own income from their respective careers, as do their husbands.
and are now seen as core members of the with an idyllic marriage and happy home life.
However, Kate was once cruelly dubbed 'Waity Katie' because she dated the Prince on-and-off for the best part of a decade before they gave any indication that they were going to settle down together.
William did eventually get down on one knee while the two were on holiday with friends and Kate eagerly accepted - but the couple kept their engagement under wraps for several weeks.
Reports from the time claim this delay boiled down to a fallout between the newly-engaged pair behind the scenes.
Royal fans all saying the same thing about Prince William and Kate's sweet family video
Prince William and Kate shared an adorable video to thank fans on their tenth wedding anniversary
Journalist Tina Brown alleged that Kate had "barely negotiated a tense moment" with her future husband shortly after their engagement, with some sources even claiming she was "on probation" for a while.
Ms Brown claimed the row came down to William and Kate's different reactions to a paparazzi photograph of the future Duchess of Cambridge playing tennis with her siblings.
The photographer did not trespass to take the photo, having been able to see the family from a public footpath close to the court.
Ms Brown explained: "The picture of her playing tennis with her brother and sister on the Manor court never appeared in the British press, but the mere fact that someone somewhere had photographed Kate on a private holiday on a communal court gave Prince William the test case to sue he is known to have been looking for."
8.49pm update: Carole Middleton is encouraging her grandchildren Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to 'get a bit muddy'
The Duchess of Cambridge's mother spoke about growing her own vegetables and ensuring her grandchildren understand the benefits of home-grown food.
She added she also likes to get the young royals "muddy" so they appreciated nature.
In an interview for May's Saga magazine issue, Carole said: "If I'm doing planting with my grandchildren, I like to have it all laid out at 'activity stations' with their own little trowel and pot so they can get started immediately.
"It's no good calling children over to an activity, only for you then to have to fuss about looking for the right equipment and clearing a space. They'll soon lose interest and slope off.
Prince Charles shares rare peek inside glorious gardens at Highgrove House
The Prince of Wales shared a rare peek inside the beautiful gardens at his country home Highgrove House, which he shares with the Duchess of Cornwall
"It's important for children to grow up appreciating nature and part of that is allowing them to get a bit muddy."
"Growing potatoes is a simple one to start with, and digging for spuds is fun at any age.
"We also grow carrots, beetroot and onions, and there's no better way to encourage healthy eating than to allow your grandchildren to see how food is grown and let them pick their own."
Royal expert Daniela Elser has now said the sisters-in-law may have got off to a rocky start with their relationship as Meghan's successful acting career could have been intimating to Kate.
She told: "If insecurity on Kate's part did lie at the heart of the Great Duchess Debacle it would make sense.
"By the time Meghan moved into Kensington Palace in 2017 she was a successful actress with five seasons of a cable network dramedy under her belt, had launched a clothing line for a Canadian department store, and had set up a blog that was a fairly generic melange of Maya Angelou quotes and lipstick suggestions.
"More impressively, in my book anyway, was the fact she had also served as a globetrotting ambassador for World Vision, was a counsellor for One Young World, a UK-based charity, and had worked as a UN Women advocate including giving a speech at a UN world conference event in Beijing.
"And Kate? Well, before she married William she once organised a charity roller disco.
"The fact of the matter is, while Kate might now be hailed for her Early Years and mental health work, back when she was a single gal she was hardly blazing a shining professional path."
Happy news for William and Kate following wedding anniversary
Happy news for Kate Middleton and Prince William following their 10th wedding anniversary celebrations
Her Majesty, 95, lost her husband earlier this month and is going through a period of private mourning.
was laid to rest in Windsor on April 17 in a scaled-down ceremony that was televised for those across the nation and the world to watch.
However, the cameras cut away from theat certain moments in order to help maintain her privacy, it has been claimed.
The nonagenarian, while generally in good health, occasionally struggles with certain movements, but the cameras tactfully cut away to spare her the embarrassment of it being broadcast.
The Queen was therefore not seen getting out of her car or getting into her seat in St George's Chapel to give her a bit of dignity.
During the 50 minute service, the cameras mostly focused on the clergy and the choir, only occasionally cutting to the family sitting in the pews.
This kind gesture helped the Queen maintain a level of privacy in her hour of need, even at a funeral that was being televised.
Pod Save the Queen is hosted by Ann Gripper and features Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers.
Ms Gripper noticed that the cameras were pulling away at certain moments.
She said: "I think the cameras and the way things were done, they did afford probably as much as you can at a public funeral like that, quite a lot of privacy and dignity, particularly for the Queen in her later years.
"We didn't see her particularly getting in or out of the car, I don't think, there was a bit of a step back to allow her to deal with that."
Antonio Caprarica stated during an interview on Instagram thatis blocked by law from being able to abdicate in favour of Prince William as Prince Charles is next in line to the throne.
The royal commentator added that it was unlikely the Queen or her son the Prince of Wales would consider abdicating due to the "shame" associated with the act from when Edward VIII stepped down.
Mr Caprarica said: "Queen Elizabeth is the last great imperial monarch and currently 80 percent of the British support the Elizabethan monarchy.
"Elizabeth represents the memory of the empire in the style, in the grandeur and grandeur of the ceremonies, in the splendor of the representations.
"Memory of what was and is no longer and will never be again. What will happen after Elizabeth?
"The Queen cannot abdicate in favour of William, the Crown is not in her availability."The law clearly states that the succession belongs to the Queen's firstborn."
6.20pm update: Princess Diana's wedding dress to go on display for the first time in decades
Historic Royal Palaces curators announced earlier today that Prince William and Prince Harry have given their permission to have their late mother's wedding dress featured in a new temporary exhibition called Royal Style in the Making.
The exhibition will be opening on June 3 in the Orangery of Kensington Palace and Diana's wedding gown will be on display for the first time since she lived there.
Matthew Storey, the exhibition curator at Historic Royal Palaces, said in a statement: "Our summer exhibition at Kensington Palace will shine a spotlight on some of the greatest talents of British design, whose work has been instrumental in shaping the visual identity of the royal family across the twentieth century.
"We'll be exploring how the partnership between each designer and client worked, and revealing the process behind the creation of a number of the most important couture commissions in royal history.
"While one of the highlights will undoubtedly be Diana, Princess of Wales's show-stopping Emanuel designed wedding dress, which goes on show at the palace for the first time in 25 years - we've got some real surprises up our sleeve for fashion fans!"
Royal commentator and author Petronella Wyatt launched a scathing attack on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the wake of damning claims made in a US broadcast interview in March. The expert claimed Kate and William had debunked Prince Harry's claim that serving in the Royal Family was like being "trapped" in an institution.
She also suggested the success and popularity of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was difficult for the Sussexes to come to terms with.
The British author said: "As the nation's memory gropes backwards over the travails that have beset the Royal Family in the past year, it can comfort itself with one solar myth, one solid bond in the bank of our collective future.
"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, whose marriage we celebrated in the tumbling April sun ten years ago on Thursday, have turned up trumps.
"Amid the noisy departure of The Unhappy Prince and his Duchess, and the passing from this life of the stalwart Duke of Edinburgh, William and Kate have proved themselves to be the real deal - the 40-carat jewel in the Crown."
Writing in the Sun in an article entitled, "Meghan and Harry's petty insults couldn't hurt William and Kate, who are living proof public service is not a prison", she went on to claim the "triumph of Kate and Will" was a "bitter pill" for the Sussex couple to swallow.
Back in 2019, when he was just one year old, he was caught sticking his tongue out at his auntwhen the families came together for the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day.
He also stole his mother's sunglasses and Kate couldn't help giggling at his cheeky behaviour.
Prince William andtook to the polo field that day to raise awareness and funds for fifteen of the charities they supported.
The event saw the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex compete for the Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Memorial Polo Trophy at Billingbear Polo Club in Wokingham on July 10.
Their families both attended: Kate and her three children:, and Prince Louis, and Meghan with her newborn son .
Snaps of the families hanging out on the field showed the children playing, while Kate and Meghan fondly watched their husbands playing polo.
In February, the Duchess of Sussex won her High Court privacy case against Associated Newspapers Ltd (ANL), the publisher of The Mail On Sunday and MailOnline over a number of published news articles which printed parts of a handwritten letter she sent her father back in August 2018. T
The result of the court case meant Mail Online and The Mail on Sunday were ordered to print a front-page statement about Meghan's win.
ANL was also refused permission to appeal against the result, but swiftly applied directly to the Court of Appeal against the order requiring both The Mail On Sunday and MailOnline to publish the statements.
Last month the paper won the right to use a smaller typeface than they were originally told when they print the statement.
Now the Court of Appeal is also "in receipt of an application for permission to appeal", according to Newsweek.
However, the latest request from the paper could still be rejected, which would mean Meghan's earlier victory would remain intact.
Responding to the suggestion that the Duke of Sussex may miss the unveiling of Lady Diana's statue because of the "cold" reception he has faced from his family, royal commentator Angela Levin remarked that his "actions have consequences".
Today Ms Levin tweeted: "Actions have consequences. If you try to tear your family to pieces you can't expect them to behave as if nothing happened."
One radio host has suggested that Prince Harry faced a "very, very cold reception" from the Royal Family when he attended the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral.
This poor reception may cause the Duke of Sussex to decline travelling to the UK in July for the unveiling of a new statue in honour of his mother.
Prince Harry was supposed to visit the UK in July for a ceremony to unveil a statue of Diana, Princess of Wales, commissioned by the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex.
The statue is set to be installed on what would have been Princess Diana's 60th birthday.
The young royal was pictured on his Tadpole+ bike in a special shot taken to commemorate his third birthday. The photograph, uploaded to the Duke and's Instagram account gathered more than 1.5 million likes.
After the snap was shared with millions of royal fans across the world, Ascot-based Frog Bikes reported it had sold out of the balance bike Louis is seen on.
The company's spokeswoman Val Benyon said: "We're delighted to see Louis on one of our bikes.
"It's great to see a British brand being pushed by the royals."
Prince Philip played a vital role in preparing and "coaching" Prince William to become king, according to a royal commentator.
Robert Lacey told Italian magazine Di Lei that Prince Philip was instrumental in Prince William's training to become the UK's monarch.
The royal commentator added that the Duke of Edinburgh proposed that his grandson sat down with Queen Elizabeth II to discuss ideas and work within the Royal Family.
Mr Lacey said: "He prepared him to become king, he was just like a coach.
"Another thing not to underestimate is that it was the Duke himself who organised the lunches between his grandson and Queen Elizabeth."
Prince William and Kate Middleton will be celebrating their tenth wedding anniversary this week - but a row between the two meant their engagement once hung in the balance, reports claimed.
William and Kate are now seen as core members of the Royal Family, with an idyllic marriage and happy home life.
However, Kate was once cruelly dubbed "Waity Katie" because she dated the Prince on and off for the best part of a decade before they gave any indication that they were going to settle down together.
William did eventually get down on one knee while the two were on holiday with friends and Kate eagerly accepted - but the couple kept their engagement under wraps for several weeks.
Reports from the time claim this delay boiled down to a fallout between the newly engaged pair behind the scenes.
Prince Harry and Prince William are said to be "on different paths" but the brothers have come together to back a new exhibition to honour their late mother Princess Diana whose wedding dress is due to go on display.
Prince Harry, 36, and Prince William, 39, now live on opposite sides of the Atlantic after the Duke of Sussex and his wife decided to step down as senior royals.
The pair have been embroiled in a very public spat, with Harry saying the brothers are "on different paths."
Nonetheless, the two have put aside their differences in order to support a new exhibition to honour the memory of their late mother Princess Diana.
Harry and William both agreed to lend their mother's iconic taffeta wedding gown to Historic Royal Palaces for a temporary show.
Princess Charlotte will be six this weekend and royal fans are hopeful Kate, Duchess of Cambridge will share a new picture of her daughter to celebrate the milestone.
Princess Charlotte will celebrate her sixth birthday on May 2 and mum Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 39, is expected to share a new photo of the young royal to mark the milestone.
Last week royal fans were delighted by a new picture of Prince Louis that was released by Kensington Palace ahead of his third birthday and the same is expected to happen for Charlotte.
Kate is a keen amateur photographer and prefers to take family portraits herself rather than hiring an official photographer.
Kate's photos of her children are a far cry from the formal royal portraits of the past and they provide intimate snapshots of the Cambridges' home life.
Meghan Markle's close friend Gayle King has been accused of being "sexist" after questioning why Princess Anne walked behind Prince Philip's funeral.
The Duke of Edinburgh was buried in Windsor Castle on April 17 with royals walking behind his coffin on the way to the service.
Prince Charles led the funeral procession, closely followed by his sister Princess Anne.
However, US chat show host - and close friend of Meghan - Gayle King sparked a row after asking Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown why the Princess Royal was the only female to walk behind the coffin.
People took to Twitter to hit back at the "sexist" question by Ms King, with one person pointing out Princess Anne is "Prince Philip's only daughter".
They said: "Gayle asked Tina Brown why Anne was in the funeral procession with the men?
"Uh, Princess Anne is Prince Philip's only daughter!"
Prince Philip was allegedly furious at Prince Andrew after he experienced international backlash over his association with Jeffrey Epstein - but the Duke of York is then said to have considered returning to the public eye through his father's funeral.
Philip's funeral earlier this month saw the Royal Family reunite for the first time in more than a year.
Andrew had not carried out any public engagements since November 2019, when he stepped down from royal life following his car crash BBC Newsnight interview.
He agreed to a no-holds-barred interview about his association with the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein amid growing public scrutiny, only for it to backfire spectacularly.
Andrew released a statement acknowledging that his link to Epstein was "a major disruption to my family's work", and that he was going to "step back from public duties for the foreseeable future".
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William will celebrate 10 years of marriage this week and according to a royal expert the Duchess may hope to receive a new royal honour from the Queen.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 39, and Prince William's roles within the monarchy are more important than ever now Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, are no longer working royals and Prince Andrew, 60, has withdrawn from public duties.
William, 39, and Kate will celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary on April 29 and there's a chance the Duchess could receive a new honour from the Queen, one royal expert has claimed.
Touching on Kate and William's burgeoning roles within the Firm, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk: "There is little doubt that the anniversary of William and Kate's tenth year of marriage is an opportunity to look back on their achievements as dedicated members of the Royal Family."
Prince Harry was so taken aback by the "very, very cold reception" he received from the Royal Family that he may pull out of his upcoming trip to the UK in July.
Prince Harry is set to return to the UK again this summer for the unveiling of a statue of his late mother Princess Diana.
However, this visit has since been called into question after Harry was said to be "shocked" by the reception he recited from the rest of his family on his return.
It is thought that several senior members of the Royal Family shunned Harry on his brief return to the UK for Prince Philip's funeral.
Russell Myers, the royal editor of the Daily Mirror, told talkRADIO: "Some quarters of the family did give him a frosty reception and perhaps that did shock him somewhat."
Queen Elizabeth II has one of the largest jewellery collections in the world, consisting of bracelets, tiaras, necklaces and brooches.
Many of her most stunning pieces were inherited by the monarch from family members that have since been loaned by the Queen to other royals.
Queen Elizabeth regularly adds pieces of jewellery to her outfits, including special pieces that resurface now and again from previous family members that the monarch has inherited throughout her years as monarch.
From time to time, the Queen also loans these heirlooms to other royals for special occasions.
For centuries, Queens and Princesses have had access to the finest jewellery that has been in the family for hundreds of years.
Princess Anne led the Royal Family in marking Anzac Day at the weekend, showing the world the Firm was back to business now the official two-week period of mourning following the death of her father Prince Philip is over.
Princess Anne, 70, looked striking in bright purple as she and husband Timothy Laurence carried out Anzac Day engagements on Sunday.
The Princess Royal attended a special service at Westminster Abbey and visited Australian and New Zealand War Memorials to mark the two nations' day of remembrance for those who have died serving their country.
Her visit came two days after the Royal Family's official period of mourning following the death of Prince Philip came to an end on Friday.
While royals had worn black while mourning the Duke as a show of respect in recent weeks, Anne's bright mauve ensemble signalled a return to the usual way of doing things.
Princess Anne looked "teary" as she stepped out at the weekend to honour Anzac Day.
The Princess Royal's body language suggests she is "struggling with the loss" of her beloved father Prince Philip, an expert has claimed.
Princess Anne, 70, showed it was business as usual as she led the Royal Family in commemorating Anzac Day at the weekend.
On Sunday, The Princess Royal and her husband Timothy Laurence attended a special service at Westminster Abbey and visited war memorials to honour Australian and New Zealand servicemen and women who have died serving their country.
While Anne is known for her staunch stoicism, the Princess Royal's eyes were "red-rimmed and tearful" during her latest engagement, a body language expert has claimed and suggest Anne is "struggling" following Prince Philip's death.
Body language expert and author Judi James analysed pictures of Anne's latest engagement for Express.co.uk, and her body language "hints she is still very much in mourning for her father".
An explosive new version of Prince Harry and Meghan's biography Finding Freedom is set to fan the flames of their royal rift even further.
Out this summer, it will tackle their infamous Oprah Winfrey interview.
And it will include denials that Meghan bullied royal staff and cover the recent death and funeral of Prince Philip.
The first edition, by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, was published last August. It painted a sugar-coated picture of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's four years together leading to their decision to withdraw from official duties and move to America last year.
The new version, out on August 5, is also expected to discuss their multi-million pound deals with Netflix and Spotify, and their new life in California.
Prince Charles has announced a new major project at Highgrove which will welcome visitors and students to the estate.
The Prince of Wales revealed a new craft training base for the Prince's Foundation will open on his Gloucestershire estate.
It is believed the education centre will welcome students studying everything from fine woodworking to textiles.
This marks the first time the Foundation has expanded its charity work into the South West following successful work at Dumfries House in East Ayrshire as well as two sites in London.
Constantine Innemee, who has worked with the Prince through his foundation and at Clarence House for nearly 10 house, will run the new education centre.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were heavily criticised for taking the spotlight at a time when the Royal Family had been preparing a large "PR push", commentators claim.
Meghan and Harry made headlines around the world when they told Oprah Winfrey they were "trapped" in the monarchy before choosing to leave royal life last year.
The couple also made a series of serious allegations against the Palace and how it handles mental health and race.
Many royal watchers criticised the pair because their tell-all aired when Prince Philip was in hospital, although Meghan's friend Gayle King later said the interview would have been delayed had the Duke's health declined.
However, another royal fan speculated on Twitter as to why the couple chose to do a tell-all interview last month, exactly a year after they carried out their final royal engagements.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will have to provide the "goods" of their post-royal work soon as the Sussexes will not be able to guarantee "excitement" anymore.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's "luck" over public interest in their exploits will "subside", a royal expert has warned.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been told that they will "have to prove themselves" with their various post-monarchy jobs.
Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie explained to the Royally Obsessed podcast why this was important.
Trevor McDonald claimed there were "two things" that "didn't make sense" about Prince Harry's treatment during a debate about the Royal Family's future.
The legendary newsreader returned to screens last night with a compilation of his greatest TV moments in And Finally - With Trevor McDonald.
The 81-year-old has savoured a staggering career that has spanned more than six decades.
Sir Trevor, who was knighted for his services to journalism 22 years ago, continues to produce documentaries for ITV.
During Sir Trevor's career, he has witnessed the horrors of war, Prime Ministers' rise and fall, and fiery debates about the Royal Family.
Princess Eugenie has been married to Jack Brooksbank since 2018. When their engagement was announced, the royal showed off her unique engagement ring.
Princess Eugenie was given a diamond and sapphire ring when Jack Brooksbank proposed in January 2018.
The jewel features the central pink stone surrounded by a number of small diamonds.
Around nine months later, the couple married in an elegant ceremony which took place at Windsor Castle.
They added to their brood in February 2021 when their son August Brooksbank was born.
Happy news for William and Kate following wedding anniversary .
Happy news for Kate Middleton and Prince William following their 10th wedding anniversary celebrations