Over the past year, the British royal family has subtly but significantly changed before our eyes: the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have moved from their previous full-time base of Anmer Hall in Norfolk to Kensington Palace in London, they are adding to their family with a third baby, and William has given up his job as an air ambulance pilot; Prince Philip has retired; Prince Harry has gone public with the woman that many believe will soon become his wife; and William, Kate, and Harry have considerably increased their workloads. All these changes are slowly but surely paving a new path for the evolving royal family, but are some members seemingly being sidelined?
Jamie Harron told supporters that all he wanted was to be back home and sleeping in his own bed.
Some had just celebrated marriages of half a century or longer. They spent their time volunteering and playing with grandchildren. A few had lived through both world wars.
Just a day after announcing the due date of royal baby number three, the Duchess of Cambridge coyly concealed her growing baby bump in a fitted, double-breasted twill blue blazer by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini while making a surprise appearance at the Coach Core graduation ceremony on Wednesday at The London Stadium. The menswear-inspired jacket not only complemented Will and Harry’s blue blazers, we’ve seen it before - the Duchess rocked a burgundy red version of the blazer at a February 2017 Air Cadets event. On Monday, Kate showcased her tiny bump at Paddington station in a fitted floral peach Orla Kiely dress complete with a black belt cinched around her waist. Rocking slightly shorter hair styled into glossy curls, Kate danced with Paddington Bear himself as she welcomed children for the charity train ride. She looks absolutely radiant, don’t you think? Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Is this what the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William are planning to call the royal baby? What will being born in April mean for the royal baby? Duchess of Cambridge called ‘too thin’ by fans concerned for her health