KATE MIDDLETON and Prince William live mostly at Kensington Palace, which is the most popular royal residence on social media site Instagram. What is it like inside? Kate Middleton and Prince William’s home, Kensington Palace, is officially the most popular royal residence on Instagram, according to new research.
Underneath some of London's most expensive streets it is thought there is a secret 'love tunnel', once used by a King and his pals to access their favourite brothel in the 1600s There is rumoured to be a secret 'love tunnel' deep underground one of the UK's most expensive neighbourhoods, used by royals of old to access a high-end brothel.
The Cambridges live at Kensington Palace The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared an important mental health message on Friday when they interrupted radio broadcasts around the UK to encourage reaching out to friends and family to prevent loneliness. The couple subsequently shared a photograph of them sitting at home transmitting the message live and we couldn't help but notice some very sentimental home additions.
Kate Middleton and Prince William Interrupt Radio Stations Across the U.K. with a Mental Health Minute
Kate Middleton and Prince William's voices are being heard around the U.K. On Friday at 10:59 a.m., every radio station in the U.K. united to play a message from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dubbed the Mental Health Minute. The couple, who introduced themselves simply as Catherine and William, began by saying they wanted to talk about loneliness.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge read a message for this year’s Mental Health Minute, which was broadcast on all UK radio stations on Friday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have called on the nation to “lift someone out of loneliness” with small acts of kindness, in a special radio broadcast for Mental Health Awareness Week.
THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE are in Scotland to mark Mental Health Awareness Week. During the couple's visit to Glasgow yesterday, they have never looked so "tactile", according to a body language expert. Since the Cambridges' visit to Scotland is intended to promote good mental health and wellbeing, it may come as no surprise that the royal pair are showing a more "human" and less regal side.
The young royal was ready for bed and wearing a small white dressing gown Forgotten photos have resurfaced showing Prince George staying up past his bedtime to meet the Obamas. Prince George met Barack and Michelle Obama back in 2016 at Kensington Palace, London. The photos were taken of Prince George who met the couple along with his mum and dad, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
After Meghan Markle had been accused of bullying members of the Royal Household, it's believed several "victims" will publicly share their stories for the first time Meghan Markle has previously faced accusations of bullying, claims she denies, but Buckingham Palace said they were "very concerned" as several members of staff came forward.
A below average pay to work for one of the richest families in the world? The Duchess of Cambridge, as you might have heard, is on the look-out for a new personal assistant to her Private Secretary. Kensington Palace said it is on the hunt for someone to support the Duchess of Cambridge in her official and charity work, providing a range of admin and operational support including organising travel, managing their diary, monitoring emails and taking minutes.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge live in London Prince William and Kate Middleton occasionally give fans glimpses into their stunning London home, Kensington Palace and in a recent video, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed a new addition to their family residence. In the clip, Kate sat with a beautiful pink orchid in the background, and we couldn't help but admire it!
The most expensive property is not in a location you would expect The Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London contains some incredibly expensive properties, including Kensington Palace, the official residence of Prince William and Kate Middleton. However with Bristol's rising rents and increase in companies specialising in short and mid term rentals, you may be able to find a flat by Harrods that is cheaper than some of these properties currently available in Bristol.
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is looking to hire a new personal assistant to work at Kensington who is required to "exercise tact and discretions and maintain confidentiality at all times” Thousands of applicants have jumped at the chance to potentially work with the Duchess of Cambridge after a LinkedIn advertisement was released earlier this week searching for someone who can "exercise tact and discretions".
Could YOU be a royal's personal assistant? Duke and Duchess of Cambridge advertise a £27,500-a-year position providing administrative support for Kate
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are hiring a new personal assistant Role provides administrative support to Kate's assistant private secretary Based in Kensington Palace, employee will receive at least £27,500 annually The Duchess of Cambridge is hiring a new personal assistant - and they need to be well-versed in Kate's charity work.
KATE, Duchess of Cambridge, is looking for a new personal assistant and the perfect person for the job will be able "to exercise tact and discretion and maintain confidentiality" and knowledge of her and William's activities is a desirable trait. The vacancy was advertised on LinkedIn this week and already more than 200 people have applied for the chance to work with the Duchess of Cambridge.
A job advert has been put out to find a personal assistant to assistant private secretary of Kate Middleton. The position was listed on the business networking social media site LinkedIn three days ago and more than 200 people have applied. The vacancy was posted by the Household of TRH the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The Duke of Cambridge is visiting organisation Sports Key The Duke of Cambridge in the sports hall Full statement from Kensington Palace A spokesperson for Kensington Palace said: "The Duke of Cambridge will visit Sports Key, an organisation based close to Alexander Stadium in Birmingham that provides a range of sports activities to the community to improve the wellbeing, cohesion and life opportunities of disadvantaged people.
The Duchess of Cambridge has said no mother is "immune to experiencing anxiety and depression" as she became patron of a "fantastic" charity supporting the mental health of women. Kate said it was crucial for those "struggling" to be given the "right support at the right time" in a video message to mark her new role as patron of the Maternal Mental Health Alliance.