The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will fly to Auckland, where they will visit the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) base in Whenuapai and have an informal meet and greet with base personnel and their families. Later, they will travel into the city centre, arriving at headquarters of Emirates Team New Zealand, and meeting participants of the many America’s Cup sailing race. There, Kate and William will be taken to two separate boats for some informal races against each other. They will go back into the harbour aboard a Sealegs, an amphibious vehicle that was invented in New Zealand before returning to the Air Force base and eventually Wellington.
Kate answers one of my questions about Prince George and his rugby career.
The Duchess of Cornwall’s brother Mark Shand has died at the age of 62 after sustaining a serious head injury from a fall in New York, Clarence House announce.
Mr Shand is understood to have slipped…
Very, very sad news. It’s always awful to lose someone so close so suddenly and horribly.
My thoughts and prayers are with all of his family xox
Prince George Plaza
William and Catherine unveil a plaque naming a plaza after their son Prince George outside the Playford Civic Centre.
Hahaha I don’t know she’s just weird like that, i think it’s so cute.
and…. i’m not sure what you mean by that but thanks for saying you love the blog :)
I agree, I think we’re so lucky to get to see a little bit of it it’s just so adorable. They’re such a normal yet completely adorable family it’s refreshing to see :)
The Cambridges enjoy a private day on the grounds of Government House in Canberra, Australia. CREDIT TO: NINE NEWS NATIONAL AUSTRALIA
Yeah sure, I’m posting it right now :)
Cambridges visiting youth community centre in Elizabeth, Adelaide!
Kate just looks like such a freaking princess today, I love it