Duchess of Cambridge
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke about royal life during lockdown, from homeschooling the kids to Prince Charles' Covid-19 diagnosis.
The royal family reunited for Commonwealth Day services at Westminster Abbey on Monday - but one particular encounter has left fans speculating. In their last royal engagement before stepping down from royal duties at the end of the month, Harry and Meghan were seen to greet William and Kate in a moment that some perceived as a “snub”.
The Commonwealth Day services at Westminster Abbey were a little different for the royals this year.
“By the way, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are spreading coronavirus, Sorry," the royal cracked at an event in Dublin.
The Duchess of Cambridge rocked some M&S trainers this week – and we couldn't be more here for them.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took all three of their kids "lambing."
The Duchess of Cambridge revealed she used the technique. Here, we speak to experts about what it is and how women use it.
Here are five things we learned about the Duchess after her Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast interview with Giovanna Fletcher.
Kate was speaking on Happy Mum, Happy Baby with Giovanna Fletcher – in her first ever podcast interview.
Kate was praised for being "so genuine and down to earth" during her visit to a children's centre in Cardiff.
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.