All you need to know about Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge

Prince Harry Moves In

Mar 2012

It has been revealed that Prince Harry is now living at Kensington Palace with Kate and Wills.

Soon after his return from his very successful Royal Tour, Prince Harry had packed his bags once again and moved from his father’s home at Clarence House, into a small one bedroom apartment at Kensington Palace.

Harry is now living next door to the newly married Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, whom currently reside in Nottingham Cottage, situated within the stunning Kensington Palace complex.

In the longer term, William and Kate plan to move into another Kensington Palace apartment – previously home to the late Princess Margaret.  Their new home will become the couple’s official London residence, and will leave Nottingham Cottage free for Prince Harry to move into.

It is well known that three Royals get on famously and it has been said that Catherine is like a ‘sister’ to Harry.  All three of them are working together as Olympic Ambassadors, as well as being involved in the Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry.

Now that he is back from his Royal Tour, Prince Harry will concentrate once again on his military career.  It is anticipated that he will be redeployed to Afghanistan later in 2012 as an Apache attack helicopter pilot.

Prince William, who is very recently returned from six weeks in The Falkland Islands, where he was working with the RAF Search and Rescue crew in the South Atlantic, was reunited with Catherine in Oxfordshire, before the couple left for Kensington Palace.

Kate and William will soon return to their home in North Wales, where William will resume his duties at RAF Valley in Angelsey.

Image: Prince Harry during a visit to RAF Honington, in Suffolk in February 2012. Photo credit: Chris Radburn/PA Wire


Not a ‘State’ Occassion?

Dec 2010

The UK Daily mail newspaper has hinted that the Royal Wedding of Prince William and kate Middleton is not being considered as a state occassion. This because Prince William is not yet technically heir to the throne. The information from their source who is apparently a “senior courtier” is that the guest lists of 2000 people is being filled by “commoners” and people who work for Prince William in his charity organisation.
The big news in this revelation is that the likes of President Obama and his wife are for now excluded from the party list though according to the daily mail source, “the list may still change”. However, the same source is claimed to have said that President Sarkozy and his wife are likely to be invited.
The Royal Wedding is definately set out to be an astounding event – in many ways. Lets watch to see how this beautiful drama continues to unfold.