Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
Latest news and photos of Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and second in line to the British royal throne, as he carries out duties alongside wife Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.
Latest Prince William news
They were last spotted together after the Duke of Edinburgh's service.
- The Telegraph
Prince William will be among the 22,000 spectators at the FA Cup Final between Chelsea and Leicester City but there will be no trophy presentation in the Royal Box for the victors. The Duke of Cambridge’s attendance at the game is another welcome sign that Coronovairus restrictions are beginning to ease and life is returning to normal, but the post match celebrations will remain socially distanced even though there will be fans inside to watch them. The Prince was keen to make sure he was at the final in his role as FA President and Kensington Palace have confirmed he will be at Wembley Stadium on Saturday. But there will still not be the famous walk up the steps for the players to receive their runners up and winners medals, with the presentations taking place on the pitch as they did last year when Chelsea were beaten 2-1 by Arsenal. On that occasion the players picked up their medals from a box placed on the pitch, next to the trophy, which was left on a plinth, before it was lifted by captain Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. The losing side, as well as the match officials left the pitch straight after the final whistle and did not get their medals until they returned to their dressing rooms That will once again be the case this year, although the Duke of Cambridge will be able to physically hand over the trophy to the winning captain. A senior royal has traditionally handed out medals and the trophy from the Royal Box, with the walk up the steps a crushing experience for losers but an exhilarating one for the winners. But with both teams required to stick with the same strict protocols that allowed football to resume playing in June last year, they have to remain in the Red Zone, which can only be entered by players, coaching staff and match officials on a matchday. And although the Duke of Cambridge will hand over the trophy, he will not stay on the pitch afterwards and will not shake hands with players or managers.
The next big hurdle for the royal family to get through is the July 1 statue unveiling on what would have been Princess Diana’s 60th birthday. The day is obviously an important one for both Prince William and Prince Harry, but they want to honor their late mom in their own way — not together. […]
- The Telegraph
The Duchess of Cambridge is trying to get her husband into gardening so he has a hobby to enjoy with his father, it emerged on Thursday. The Duke revealed during an engagement in Rhyl, North Wales, that his wife “does all the gardening” but that he was trying to learn the ropes so he has something to share with the Prince of Wales. The Duke, 38, was chatting to Brian Penney, 52, who is a coordinator for Men’s Sheds - a community project that encourages isolated men to build things and grow vegetables together. He told him: “My wife does all the gardening. I really like it but I have no idea what I’m doing.” Mr Penney said afterwards: “He told me Kate is getting him into gardening. She’s going to get him Monty Don’s book. “He said she wants to get him into it because Charles is into it, so it’s something for them to enjoy together. He was so down to earth, such a nice man.” The Duke was visiting Brighter Futures, an initiative launched in 2018 that involves eight local groups working together to support children, young people and older generations to participate in the community.
- Yahoo Style UK
William confessed he doesn't know what he's doing but does enjoy gardening.
Princess Charlotte turned 6 on May 2, but apparently she likes to tell people she’s 16. And based on that amazing flip-it-back-and-forth hair in her birthday photo and her cheeky attitude, she might be right that her inner teenager is already coming out! While her dad Prince William was on an outing on Tuesday, he […]
- Evening Standard
The Duke of Cambridge has revealed that his wife is getting him into Monty Don so he can garden just like his dad. Prince William joked his wife Catherine “does all the gardening” but he’s trying to learn the ropes so he has something to share with Prince Charles. William, 38, was chatting to Brian Penney, 52, who is a coordinator for Men’s Sheds - a community project that encourages isolated men to build things and grow vegetables together.
- Yahoo Style UK
The Queen and other royals have shared pictures on social media of Archie.
Today, Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge announced the launch of their brand-new YouTube channel, complete with a candid, reality TV-style video that shows some unscripted banter. While we truly do love to see those moments between William and Kate Middleton, it’s hard not to view this new social media platform as a move […]
- The Guardian
‘Careful what you say’: Prince William and Kate launch YouTube channel. Debut video includes clips of couple on royal engagements, with William joking: ‘these guys are filming everything’