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New photos released to celebrate Prince George's sixth birthday

Look who is six! Kensington Palace has released three new photos, taken by the Duchess of Cambridge, of Prince George ahead of his sixth birthday tomorrow. Two of the images show Prince George in his favourite England football kit in the gardens of Kensington Palace. These pictures were taken just a few weeks ago, during the Women’s World Cup according to the Mail, while the third photo was…
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The Royals due at Wimbledon on Finals Weekend 2019

It’s set to be a right royal turnout at Wimbledon this weekend as the famous tennis tournament comes to a close. Leading the way will be the Duke of Kent who is President of the All England Club and whose presence at the finals is a long standing royal commitment. But he’ll have company this weekend in the famous royal box as the titles at Wimbledon 2019 are decided. Embed from Getty…
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Princess Charlotte, the future football star?

With a father who loves football and serves as the President of the Football Association, it is no wonder Princess Charlotte, 4, loves to kick the ball about alongside her older brother, Prince George, 5. Charlotte has never been shy about showing her sporty side, and with…
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Duchess of Cambridge lends support to Backyard Nature Campaign: “Spending time in nature can play a pivotal role in helping children grow up to become happy, healthy adults"

The Duchess of Cambridge has lent her support to a nature campaign encouraging children to play outdoors and protect nature where they live. In a statement on the Backyard Nature website, Kate wrote about how important it is for children to spend time outdoors. “Spending time in nature can play a pivotal role in helping children grow up to become happy, healthy adults.” Backyard Nature is a…
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The Duchess of Cambridge visits Wimbledon 2019

The Duchess of Cambridge has spent the day at Wimbledon as competition at the Grand Slam really began to heat up. Kate, who is patron of the All England Tennis and Croquet Club, spent time courtside around the site as well as meeting former champions and those working to support the sport at grassroots level. And as this is Wimledon and this is Kate, there were plenty of tennis faces, too, fear…
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