The Cambridges

Before they were royal: The life of the Duchess of Cambridge

She’s the future queen consort, a mother of three – including a future king – and one of the most famous women in the world. But back in 1982, the future Duchess of Cambridge was just another baby in the nursery at Royal Berkshire Hospital. Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was born in Reading, England, on 9 January 1982, the first child of Carole and Michael Middleton. A baby sister…
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The Countess of Wessex supports The Duchess of Cambridge's photo project

The Countess of Wessex submitted a photograph to her niece-in-law, The Duchess of Cambridge’s COVID-19 photography project, Hold Still, on Thursday. In the snap, Sophie captured a fellow volunteer, Ali, who was helping package meals at the Shah Jahan Mosque in Woking, Surrey, last month ahead of Eid. View this post on Instagram 📦Packed with love . As…
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The Duchess of Cambridge's 'friends' urgently need a lesson in self-awareness

Royal Central’s Editor Charlie Proctor says friends of the Duchess of Cambridge, who recently gave anonymous media interviews to a magazine, urgently need lessons in self-awareness. A friend of the Duchess of Cambridge has told Tatler magazine this week that HRH feels “exhausted and trapped” by her new “enormous” workload since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex quit…
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Duke of Cambridge promotes mental health and wellbeing during church speech

The Duke of Cambridge joined Sunday’s Church of England service to promote a message of mental health at the end of Mental Health Awareness Week. William’s message was recorded from Anmer Hall and read: “I am delighted to be able to join you today, and I am particularly pleased that this week’s service is focused on the importance of positive mental health and wellbeing. “Mental…
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