Prince William and Princess Kate Pay Respects to Orlando Nightclub Shooting Victims
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge honored the Orlando shooting victims, signing a condolence book at the U.S. Embassy in London.
Prince William Opens Up About The Pain Of Losing A Parent And What He Learned From It
Prince William drew from his personal experience while honoring his mother’s work with grieving kids. On Wednesday evening, the royal addressed supporters for a nonprofit that helps bereaved families...
Prince William hails England women national team
The Duke of Cambridge has praised the England women's football team for eclipsing their male counterparts with their "fantastic" World Cup performance. William, president of the Football Association, ...
Royal baby girl revealed by Kate Middleton and Prince William outside Lindo Wing
Kate's mother and sister were the first to visit the baby princess this morning, arriving at Kensington Palace at 8.34am in a black Range Rover. She was brought home last night.
New Royal Baby Arrives, It's A Girl!
"Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a daughter at 8.34am," Kensington Palace announced by Twitter and email. "The baby weighs 8lbs 3oz." Prince William, Duke of Cambri...
George Martin
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James Cook
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Educated at Allan Glen's School in Glasgow, Bry...