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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Monday, May 4, 2015

HRH Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana

Caption: Kate Middleton was admitted to the house just after 6am yesterday morning 

THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge became the proud parents of a baby girl on Saturday, to the delight of her big brother Prince George.

The newborn will be given the title Her Royal Highness and be known as Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana  of Cambridge.

House of FraserShe is fourth in the line of succession, pushing Prince Harry down to fifth and the Prince Andrew to sixth.

The momentous news was not broken to the world until 11.07am, taking the media somewhat by surprise.

In a Kensington Palace statement, the couple thanked “everyone for their warm wishes” and praised hospital staff for “the care and treatment they have all received”. Click link for full post from EXPRESS.

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Prince William and Kate are "Hugely Grateful" For Warm Wishes

Caption: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have said they are 'hugely grateful' for the warm wishes of millions of people who celebrated their daughter's birth yesterday 

Fortnum and MasonThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have said they are 'hugely grateful' for all the warm wishes they have received since the birth of their daughter.

In a statement issued on the couple's behalf they said the congratulations of people around the world meant 'a great deal' to them as thousands continued to celebrate the little princess's birth.

Born yesterday at 8.34am, the baby girl - whose name is still not known - was taken home to Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace by her proud parents last night.

This morning Kate and William's relatives flocked to meet her, with Carole and Pippa Middleton the first to arrive.

They were followed by Charles and Camilla who beamed with delight as they drove themselves past the palace gates. Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.

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