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Originally posted 12/06/2012 07:15AM
With a smile and the briefest of comments that she is feeling "much better," a fragile-looking Duchess of Cambridge left the hospital Thursday morning.
An expectant Kate walked out of King Edward VII hospital with husband William at around 10:45 a.m.
Just before she stepped into her waiting car, Kate – in a navy checked overcoat and light blue scarf and clutching a bouquet of yellow roses – softly answered questions from the ranks of media crews about how she was doing.
Originally posted 11/30/2012 12:10PM
The Duchess of Cambridge took a trip down memory lane Friday during a visit to her former prep school, St. Andrew's, in Berkshire, England, where she met with students, played some field hockey and even spilled her cute childhood nickname.
Dressed in a dark green tartan frock coat by Alexander McQueen, Kate, who attended the school from 1986 to 1995, was serenaded with the song "In Bonny Scotland" by a group of students age 6 and under.
Originally posted 11/20/2012 09:05AM
As if Prince William and his friends haven't had enough of flying helicopters over the mountains and sea of North Wales, they sit down to play military-style video games in their spare time.
A favorite is Call of Duty, a new blog post on the royal family's revamped website reveals.
Also on the brand-new site: the details of a day in the life of the man known in the RAF Search and Rescue squadron as Flight Lieutenant Wales – as well as 10 new images.
Originally posted 11/20/2012 07:05AM
He's been with Queen Elizabeth – albeit at a pace or two behind – every step of the way since they wed November 20, 1947.
Now, as the couple marks their 65th anniversary, the gruff, no-nonsense personality of Prince Philip, 91, is being celebrated in a book of his many quips and verbal faux pas. Prince Philip: Wise Words and Golden Gaffes has been compiled by Phil Dampier and former royal correspondent Ashley Walton.
When it comes to the secret to his marriage, Prince Philip has had plenty to say. Here are five of his most memorable quotes from the book on matters of the heart – and the rest of the body:
Originally posted 07/26/2012 11:30AM
The 2012 Summer Olympics are nearly here, and while organizers are hoping to keep specific details about Friday's opening ceremony at London's Olympic Park super hush-hush, inevitably details (and photos) are leaking out – especially in the British press. So, here's what we know about what will go down:
Originally posted 07/08/2012 10:45AM
It was something of a sister act for the Duchess of Cambridge on Sunday at Wimbledon: She had Pippa by her side when she cheered on Brit Andy Murray at the men's final.
Big tennis fans (and players), Kate, 30, and Pippa, 28, clapped enthusiastically as Murray took the early lead against Roger Federer, and they were seen sharing a giggle in the royal box above Centre Court.
In the end, though, Federer bested Murray and took home his seventh Wimbledon title, and the sisters stood as Murray gave an emotional speech after his defeat.
Originally posted 07/07/2012 08:45AM
Time to close the books and roll up the sleeves.
Fresh out of Newcastle University with a degree in English and history of art, Princess Eugenie, 22, is going to join sister Beatrice, 23, who is doing her financial services exams, in the working world.
Fifth and sixth in line to the throne, the princesses now intend to work part-time in the so-called "family firm" – the business of handling royal responsibilities.
After getting her degree this week, Eugenie said: "Newcastle University has given me such an incredible three years. I have had a wonderful time ... learning and having a fantastic experience."
Originally posted 06/18/2012 01:50PM
Prince William got some beaming support from Kate Monday during the annual service for the illustrious order of chivalry, the Order of the Garter.
Wearing the traditional plumed hat and long, deep purple velvet robe, he walked down from Windsor Castle to the service alongside his father Prince Charles as his wife smiled at him outside of St. George's Chapel.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, in an Alexander McQueen coat and hat by Jane Corbett, was with Charles's wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Sophie Wessex and other royal relatives watching the procession from the Galilee Porch.
Originally posted 05/11/2012 03:15PM
Let the (glamour) games begin!
The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William kicked off the London 2012 Olympic celebrations Friday during a gala at The Royal Albert Hall, hosted by the British Olympic Association.
Kate, 30, donned a teal Jenny Packham floor-length gown and wore her hair up at the event – called Our Greatest Team Rises – which raises money to back Great Britain's team at this year's Games.
Kate and William (and his brother Prince Harry) are ambassadors to the British Olympic delegation and the British Paralympics squad.
Originally posted 02/28/2012 12:25PM
Pippa Middleton is hitting the slopes – for a good cause.
Kate's sister is set to participate in Sweden's 56-mile, cross-country race, the Vasaloppet, on March 4, reports the AP. Joining her for the charity race: brother James Middleton.
The race, first held in 1922, will begin near the Norwegian border and continue to the central Swedish town of Mora. It will benefit the children's hunger charity, Magic Breakfast. Last year, the AP reports, 16,000 people took part.
With her husband away in the Falkland Islands, wonder if the Duchess of Cambridge will be cheering, all bundled-up, from the sidelines?
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