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Originally posted 10/25/2012 11:40AM
Looking good, sir! Prince William has a new, sleeker look.
A royal source tells PEOPLE, "He has seemed to have become sharper since he got married, such as wearing a handkerchief in his top pocket. Some have inferred that it is his wife's influence."
Indeed, since he and Kate married 18 months ago, William has invested in new suits, says the source, with some up-and-coming Savile Row tailors replacing some of the more dated styles he'd favored before.
Originally posted 07/18/2012 03:20PM
It seems everyone is getting ready for the London Summer Olympics, even Prince Charles. (Who did your uniform, Your Majesty, Ralph Lauren?)
Here, in a photo taken Wednesday, the next in line to the throne, 63, attempts the new climbing wall in the gym at the Grainville Secondary School in St. Helier.
The Prince of Wales, accompanied by wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, also visited with students at the school before meeting a crowd of about 1,000 people in the Central Market. The visit was all part of the royal couple's tour to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Originally posted 06/26/2012 10:05AM
The Duchess of Cambridge makes stylish statements over and over again – often literally.
Not one to shy away from recycling her favorite pieces or shopping her closet, she's been photographed in familiar and envy-worthy fashions since before her wedding.
But sometimes her high-end attire can come with a price tag – a $55,000 one, a new U.K. report suggests. And, the story says, her father-in-law, Prince Charles, foots the bill.
Originally posted 06/25/2012 10:35AM
Prince William got all wet for his his big 3-0.
In a weekend party of fun and games organized by wife Kate, the prince, whose 30th birthday was actually June 21, was joined by brother Prince Harry and some his closest friends.
Activities included an excursion into the choppy seas off Anglesey, north Wales, where William was pulled across the chilly waters on an inflatable rubber ring by a speedboat – leaving locals abuzz when news of it was leaked to the Sun tabloid Monday.
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 06/05/2012 10:30AM
When it comes to Royal Family affairs, here's a motto the palace could get behind: double, or nothing.
Once again, Prince William and Kate made for a fairy-tale moment Tuesday as they marked the Queen's Diamond Jubilee with another carriage ride through London – this time, in the processional back to Buckingham Palace from Parliament Square. (Not that they're strangers to this fancy form of transportation: They rode via carriage last summer in Ottawa while celebrating Canada Day.)
Originally posted 06/05/2012 08:15AM
God Save The Queen!
Queen Elizabeth cut something of a lonely figure as she processed down alone the aisle of London's St. Paul's Cathedral for Tuesday's special service to mark her Diamond Jubilee.
With her husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in the hospital, Her Majesty, 86, took her place at the end of the procession, a few paces behind her son Prince Charles, 63, and his wife Camilla.
Just ahead of the trio was the the Duchess of Cambridge in a dusty pink Alexander McQueen dress and Jane Taylor hat.
Originally posted 06/03/2012 12:55PM
In a spectacular display of royal pageantry, Queen Elizabeth was feted at a special river-born celebration Sunday when she and her family rode down the Thames through London.
In a scale that hasn't been seen for around 350 years, more than 1,000 boats created a magical flotilla along the river – with the Queen, 86, at its heart. She took her place on the 210-ft. Spirit of Chartwell royal barge, which was given a makeover and bedecked with 10,000 roses, carnations, sweet peas and red charm peonies for the cruise – the centerpiece of her Diamond Jubilee.
Helping welcome her aboard were her grandson Prince William and his wife Kate.
Originally posted 05/31/2012 06:30PM
Prince Charles was only 4½ when his mother was crowned Queen of England on June 2, 1953, but he can still picture that day.
"I remember my Mama coming, you know, up, when we were being bathed as children, wearing the crown," Charles, 63, referring to himself and sister Anne, 61, says on the BBC's A Jubilee Tribute to the Queen by the Prince of Wales, to air Friday in the U.K. "It was quite funny – practicing."
Putting his 86-year-old mother's 60 years on the throne into perspective – in three years Elizabeth will become the longest-reigning monarch in British history (and her own mother, Elizabeth, the Queen Mum, lived to a happy 101) – Charles says, "The Diamond Jubilee gives us the chance to celebrate with pride all that the Queen means to us – whether as a nation or as one of her children."
Observing his mother on her Coronation Day, Charles remarks on her "amazing poise" and "natural grace."
Originally posted 05/29/2012 01:40PM
The Duchess of Cambridge navigated another royal first Tuesday when she joined Queen Elizabeth – and 8,000 other people – at a garden tea party at Buckingham Palace.
Under sunny skies and an uncharacteristically warm 77 degrees, she wore a familiar outfit: a hat by Jane Corbett and the same $2,000 pink Emilia Wickstead coat dress first seen 11 days ago at the Windsor Castle lunch the Queen gave for visiting royals.
Led by the Queen and Prince Philip, the royal party, including Kate, stood to attention for the national anthem before stepping down onto the garden's lawns.
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