Duchess of Cambridge

The Prince of Wales stepped out for his first in-person engagement after the Princess of Wales shared her health update on March 22.
The royal appearance comes a little over a week after the Princess of Wales revealed she'd been diagnosed with cancer.
The late-night host addressed his comments about the Princess of Wales but didn't apologise.
Buckingham Palace previously announced on February 5 that King Charles had been diagnosed with cancer.
"I’m sorry. Sending love and well wishes to all, always."
The Princess of Wales shared the health news in a video statement on Friday.
Charles Spencer shared a message for the Princess of Wales after she released a video discussing the status of her health.
The Princess of Wales said cancer was detected after her surgery earlier this year.
A spokesperson for the monarch said they have been in the "closest contact" in recent weeks.
The Princess of Wales’ younger brother, James, shared a sweet childhood photo in the wake of her health announcement.
About Duchess of Cambridge
Born on January 9 1982, the Duchess of Cambridge is five months older than Prince William. The pair married on 29 April 2011, having met at Scotland's University of St Andrews in 2001. The couple split briefly in 2007, but later reunited and became engaged during a holiday in Kenya to celebrate the Prince passing his RAF helicopter search and rescue course. On 14 January 2013, St James's Palace announced that the Duchess was expecting her first child in July 2013.