Lady Louis Mountbatten Windsor was born on November 8, 2003.
Ahead of their visit to the US and his 10-year wedding anniversary with the Duchess of Cornwall, “Prince Charles opens up about love and life” with CNN’s Max Foster. The interview will air in the US on Saturday at 7:30PM ET.
The Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to the Downton Abbey set this morning. With a genuine smile, the Duchess chatted away with cast members and even watched a scene being filmed for season six. She has been quoted in the past as saying that her and Prince William are big fans of the show. Her visit comes just a week after the Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, toured the set with the Mexican First Lady.
There are a LOT of pictures from this visit…see more from People and Daily Mail.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, made two stops in Margate today – one to the Turner Contemporary followed by a visit to the town’s Resort Studios. The Duchess commented to a well-wisher that Prince George is busy “running around” and that she sometimes even forgets that she is pregnant! For more pictures from the day, see the Daily Mail.
The Duchess, due in a few weeks time, looked as trim as ever in her Hobbs Dalmatian coat. This coat is a fan favorite repeat from when she was pregnant with Prince George. Lots of chatter about how thin she appears for being almost ready to pop!
Feature photo is of the Duchess viewing an installation at Turner Contemporary called “Drowned Man”.
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Royalty, celebrities, and great thinkers united for a reception at Buckingham Palace for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA). Benedict Cumberbatch and his pregnant wife, Sophie Hunter, chatted with Princess Anne and met Professor Stephen Hawking.
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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, spent the day at Cheltenham Fesitval’s Ladies’ Day with her children, Laura and Tom. She also was kind enough to take a photo (or two!) with Katie Price.
See more: Daily Mail
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, presented wooden plaques to 8 people who have brought their communities today at a reception at Clarence House today. The Big Lunch 2015 is a community project created by the Eden Project with the purpose of encouraging people across the UK to have lunch with their neighbors one day a year.
Read more here: Western Daily News. Photos from @ClarenceHouse on Twitter.