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The Duchess of Cambridge is enjoying her summer off with her husband Prince William and their three children. But on Monday, royal watchers were treated to a never-before-seen photo of Kate taken and uploaded by Kensington Palace. The royal mum was pictured mid-laugh, holding a camera and looking gorgeous in a pale grey summer dress that featured a striking paisley print. Kate, 37, was sat next to schoolboy and budding photographer, Josh Evans.The photo was taken in June when Kate joined a group of children at a photography workshop run by Action for Children charity and the Royal Photographic Society. Kate, who is passionate about photography, took over as patron of the society from the Queen, and her new role was announced just hours before she dropped into the Kingston upon Thames workshop.The photo was taken in June at a photography workshopThe palace posted the Instagram photo, which hadn't been shared before, to mark World Photography Day. In the caption, they wrote: "Today is WorldPhotographyDay when we celebrate the art, craft, science and history of photography. Photography can provide a universal language for anyone to express themselves and release their thoughts and feelings."MORE: Strictly's Katya Jones shares upbeat photo following Neil Jones splitThe palace noted: "Among the children The Duchess met at the workshop was Josh, aged 9 - and this World Photography Day we're excited to share some of Josh's images that he took that day. Swipe to take a closer look. Fantastic work Josh!" The post also included some photos of nature Josh had taken, including one of a daisy and another of a leaf. The palace concluded: "The Duchess has a longstanding interest in photography, and her patronage will further highlight the beneficial impact that art and creativity can have on emotional wellbeing, particularly for children and young people."Passionate photographer Kate showed Josh the ropesMORE: Lydia Bright reveals she is expecting her first babyKate, who studied history of art at university, had a passion for photography long before she joined the royal family. Her official profile on the British monarchy's website notes her love of taking pictures as it reads: "The Duchess's enthusiasm for photography saw her taking photographs as part of her role during her time working within Party Pieces, a family company owned and run by her parents." As a royal, the mum-of-three regularly shares photos of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis on special occasions, including their birthdays, first day of school and more.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
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Sheryl Crow has spoken about her experience as one of Michael Jackson's backing singers, revealing she had “a lot of questions” about the late pop star’s behaviour. Crow performed with Jackson during his 18-month Bad tour in the Eighties, and later starred in his music video for “Dirty Diana”. Speaking to The Telegraph, the singer revealed she has not watched controversial documentary Leaving Neverland, which addresses multiple allegations of child sexual abuse by Jackson, but was around “for some things that I thought were really strange”. “I haven’t seen the documentary and I don’t want to see it,” she said. “I was around for some things that I thought were really strange, and I had a lot of questions about.”Crow also spoke about Jackson in another recent interview, this time with The Guardian, where she remembered one of Jackson’s accusers, James Safechuck, as “a great kid”. Asked if she ever wondered what those young children were doing on the tour, she responded: “I think that there were a lot of exceptions made because of the damage that [Jackson]... I mean, he didn’t intentionally project it, but it was part of his aura - this almost being untouchable and almost alien-like [figure].“And yeah, I mean, I’m sad, and I’m mad at a lot of people. I feel like there was just a huge network of people that allowed all that to go on. It’s just tragic.”
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Ant McPartlin has reached a huge relationship milestone with his girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett, as they prepare to move in together. The couple will reportedly move into Ant’s new £6million mansion in September, after spending the past year working on renovations to transform it into their dream home.The Britain’s Got Talent judge bought the seven-bedroom mansion a year ago, and is set to live there with Anne-Marie, her two daughters from a previous relationship, and their pet dogs. And with modern amenities, a huge open plan kitchen and dining room, several reception rooms, as well as a great spot close to a park, it has everything they could possibly ask for.Ant will no longer be neighbours with Dec and his wife AliNot only will the move mark an exciting new chapter for Ant and his girlfriend, but it will also be the end of an era for the TV presenter and his co-host Declan Donnelly, who have been neighbours for the past two decades.GALLERY: See inside the Britain's Got Talent judges' housesAnt and Dec have lived close to each other in Chiswick, west London, for many years. However, Ant has reportedly handed the keys to his former marital home to his ex-wife Lisa Armstrong, and will move to south-west London for a new start.Lisa Armstrong will reportedly keep their former marital homeThe I’m a Celebrity hosts have each invested some of their fortune into property, and as well as owning lavish homes in London, they also bought neighbouring holiday homes in Portugal. The duo spent £2.5million apiece on the 72-villa site, The Keys, based on the golf resort of Quinta do Lago, but the development was officially declared insolvent in May 2017. Ant and Dec are now trying to recoup their money, but have been told there is slim chance of them being reimbursed, due to the amount of money owed to other lenders.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.