Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
PM supports royals amid questions over their visits to Scotland and Wales
Led by The Duchess of Cambridge, Hold Still is an ambitious community project to create a unique portrait of the UK during lockdown. Over 31,000 submissions were received and a panel of judges selected 100 portraits to be featured in a special digital exhibition.
Pictures showing the young royal helping relief efforts were taken by the Duchess of Cambridge.
This decade has seen royal weddings and babies galore, including the weddings of Prince William to Kate Middleton and Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. The UK’s most famous family has also welcomed a few new members, including Princes George and Louis, Princess Charlotte, and most recently baby Harrison. But the last ten years haven’t been without controversy for the royals - most notably Prince Andrew’s involvement in the Epstein scandal.
The two walked alongside their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, from Sandringham Estate to the church on Christmas Day.
It features her three children and husband Prince William, and was taken in Norfolk earlier this year.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went head-to-head in the inaugural King’s Cup sailing regatta on the Isle of Wight, but it was their children who stole the show. Six-year-old Prince George showed off his toothless new smile, while cheeky little sister Charlotte surprised the crowds - and Mum - by sticking her tongue out at photographers.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are "deeply concerned and saddened", Kensington Palace said.
The US president made a series of lewd comments about her shortly after her death in 1997.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have visited a garden designed by their mother, the Duchess of Cambridge. The young royals had fun playing together in Kate’s “Back To Nature” garden, which is on display at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show and aims to highlight the importance of nature on mental and physical wellbeing.