#NEW The Sunday Times Magazine released a new picture of Prince Charles with Prince Louis and a new backstage picture of the official Wales family portrait!
These are too adorable!! 😍❤️
#NEW Last night, 15th November, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Royal Foundation annual dinner at Victoria House in London.
We usually don’t get photos from this dinner since it’s a private event, but luckily this time singer Tom Walker, who performed at the event, shared some pictures of the night!
Kate was wearing her red ‘Finella’ dress by Preen and her red ‘Casa’ clutch by Jenny Packham.
We have already seen this dress twice in 2016 and Kate also owns it in black.
I’m so happy she wore this dress once again, it’s one of my favourites and it’s amazing on her! 😍
#NEW Yesterday, 15th November, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made a surprise visit to the BBC for Anti-Bullying Week, to view the work the broadcaster is doing as a key member of the Duke’s Task Force on the Prevention of Cyberbullying. They met young people who wrote and performed in a new campaign video for “Stop, Speak, Support”, a code of conduct in what to do when they witness bullying online.
They met students who worked on a new app called “Own It” which will be launched by the BBC and has the aim of educating children about how to stay safe on social media and highlighting cyber-bullying warning signs, and they also tried out this new app.
William delivered a hard-hitting speech about the impact of social media and the responsibilities of tech companies (you can watch and listen to the full speech on YouTube on The Royal Family channel).
Kate wore her Emilia Wickstead ‘Alice’ dress. She already wore this dress in 2014 during the Australia/New Zealand tour and in 2015 for a visit to Action on Addiction.
She accessorised with her black suede Gianvito Rossi pumps and her Asprey Oak Leaf earrings.
I love when they have unannounced engagements! And this is such a great and important cause!
#NEW Yesterday night, 14th November, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were pictured leaving Kensington Palace, on their way to Buckingham Palace to celebrate Prince Charles 70th birthday.
Kate wore a one-shoulder pink gown and a pair of earrings she first wore in 2011 and then at the 2017 BAFTA Awards. Her hair was in an elegant and elaborate updo.
Unfortunately, it seems that pictures of the party won’t be released, since it’s a private and family event, so I’m not sure we will be able to see the entire outfit.
How stunning is she?! I’m speechless! That dress seems to be gorgeous and those earrings are marvellous! And the updo? I’m bewitched 😂
Anyway I’m still hoping we will get a look to the complete outfit! 💕
#NEW Today the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also visited Centrepoint in Barnsley: they joined volunteers and young people that use the service and helped preparing lunch in the hostel’s kitchen. They met with people who benefit from the Centre’s programs to hear about their experiences and they officially opened the new Andy Norman Learning Hub, which will provide a dedicated space and resource for young people at risk of homelessness in Barnsley, helping improve their skills and work towards independence.
Centrepoint works to provide young homeless people with accommodation and support to get them back into education, training and employment.
Prince William has been patron of Centrepoint since 2005, continuing the legacy of his mother Diana, who was patron from 1992.
#NEW Today, 14th November, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited South Yorkshire, where they opened McLaren Automotive’s new Composites Technology Centre in Rotherham.
The new centre will be used to innovate the process of designing and constructing lightweight carbon fibre ‘tubs’, which form the internal shell of all McLaren cars, providing 200 new jobs for the local area.
Kate was wearing her blue belted dress by Eponine London, which she first wore in January 2017, and her navy Rupert Sanderson Malory pumps. She carried a new clutch, the Smythson Panama Purse. She also wore her Cartier Ballon Bleu watch and her sapphire and diamond earrings.
#NEW Clarence House released two new pictures to mark The Prince of Wales’ 70th birthday!
The photos were taken by @chrisjacksongetty in the garden of Clarence House in September.
How cute are these? 😍 I love George’s laugh in the second picture! And baby Louis, he is a mini Kate! And Charlotte is so sweet, as always 💕
#NEW Yesterday night, 11th November, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the Queen and other members of the Royal Family at Remembrance Sunday service at Westminster Abbey to commemorate the centenary of the signing of the armistice that ended the First World War.
Kate was wearing her dark green Catherine Walker coat, which she first wore on St. Patrick’s day in 2017 and later for her arrival to Paris the same day.
She had a new black velvet hatband by Jane Taylor, her black Jimmy Choo Celeste clutch and her black velvet Jimmy Choo Romy pumps. She accessorised with the same Cassandra Goad pearl earrings she was wearing in the morning and with a poppy brooch.
I love these new hatbands Kate is wearing lately! What do you think? Do you like them?
#NEW Today, 11th November, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended Remembrance Sunday ceremonies at the Cenotaph in London.
This year, the Duchess of Cambridge joined the Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall on the balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in Whitehall.
The Service started at 11.00 am with a 2 minute silence, exactly 100 years after the battlefields of the First World War fell silent.
Prince Charles laid a wreath at the Cenotaph on behalf of his mother the Queen for the second year in a row while an equerry placed a wreath on behalf of the Duke of Edinburgh. Prince William (who wore his RAF Uniform), Prince Harry, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward also laid their wreaths.
Kate wore a bespoke military-inspired coat from Alexander McQueen and a hat by Lock and Company. She accessorised with the Cassandra Goad pearl earrings first seen at Prince Louis’ christening and she wore three poppies as well as her Women of the First World War brooch.
#NEW Yesterday night, 10th November, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Festival of Remembrance at Royal Albert Hall.
The Festival of Remembrance, held in honour of those who have given their lives in the service of their country, has been marked at the Royal Albert Hall annually since 1923.
This year also marks a century since the end of World War I.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore an elegant asymmetric black dress by Rouland Mouret, with a new Jimmy Choo black velvet clutch and Jimmy Choo black suede pumps. She had a new pair of pearl earrings, which are on loan from the Queen, and she wore the Queen’s pearl and diamond leaf brooch, on which she pinned three poppies.