Sunday, June 14, 2015

Duchess Kate and Prince George Watch Prince William and Prince Harry at Charity Polo Match

Caption: Making big strides: The confident young prince looked to be having a whale of a time and kept his mother busy for most of the day 

He was centre of attention on the Buckingham Palace balcony at Trooping the Colour yesterday and today all eyes were on Prince George again during a family outing to the polo.

Playing with his mother, Kate, and clutching a little red and black toy car in his hands, the cherubic 23-month-old was obviously heartily enjoying the family jaunt to the Festival of Polo at the Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire, along with his father Prince William, uncle Prince Harry and grandfather Prince Charles.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 33, who looked relaxed and enviably slim just six weeks after giving birth to Princess Charlotte, ran after her toddler who attempted to run up the hill, was fascinated by polo mallets and even tried to kick one of the balls towards the thick of the action.

Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Kate Shares Family Photo of George and Charlotte....And They are SO Cute!

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Close bond: Little Prince George looks thrilled to be left in charge of the blue-eyed princess and has tenderly wrapped his arms around her 

William and Kate have once again ignored the traditional Royal protocol of appointing an established portrait photographer.

Instead the Duchess, a keen amateur photographer, took the shots herself. It was of course her father, Michael, who surprised many by taking the first official portrait of George in August 2013.

Charlotte, with her irresistibly chubby cheeks and bright blue eyes, has darker hair than Prince George but they share the same nose – William’s – and rose bud lips. Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Clematis Named for Princess Charlotte

A floral tribute has been announced following the birth of the royal baby, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana 

Wyevale Garden Centres is launching a double flowering clematis named after Princess Charlotte this week.

With only 5,000 Clematis Charlotte plants available, it is expected the flower will sell out within the fortnight, following the popularity of Clematis George, released after the birth of the first child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2013.

David Mitchell Plant Buyer at WGC said, “In 2013 the Clematis George was our fastest selling clematis of the year with many of our customers asking if we would honour the newest royal in the same way.

We are proud to have sourced a one-of-a-kind double flowering clematis to honour Princess Charlotte.” Click link for full post from EXPRESS.

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