Today marks the 31st birthday of the Duchess of Cambridge.
I came across a humorous article on Yahoo by Brooks Peck. It’s an article written in the perspective of Chelsea’s Frank Lampard and describes his encounter with Kate Middleton on Tuesday. Click here for the full story.
On Tuesday, William and Kate toured the opening of the Football Association’s National Football Centre at St. George’s Park in Burton-Upon-Trent. The couple were given a tour of the 330-acre compound, before meeting the team.
During the appearance, Kate wore a Reiss “Angel” coat and black suede knee-high boots.
The Clarence House has announced today that Prince William will not attend the Newcastle appearance on Wednesday. He will instead attend the funeral of his childhood nanny, Olga Powell.
However, the Duchess of Cambridge will make the trip alone according to an announcement made via the Clarence House’s Twitter account.
Mrs. Powell, 82, who died in September of a heart attack, cared for both Prince William and Harry for fifteen years. She had the responsibility of caring for the princes through their parent’s divorce and the death of Princess Diana in 1997. She also attended William and Kate’s wedding last year.
The Mirror is reporting that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are planning a winter vacation to the Caribbean island of Mustique. According to the news source, photographers will be banned. Read the complete story here.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will tour Northeast England next week for the first public appearance together since returning from the Diamond Jubilee Tour of Southeast Asia in September.
The Clarence House has announced that the couple will arrive in Newcastle on Wednesday, October 10 to meet people involved with the 2012 London Olympic Games at the Newcastle Civic Center, before visiting with students from the Percy Hedley School. The Percy Hedley School is an institution for children with motor disorders.
During their visit, William and Kate are also expected to meet a group from the Institute of Ageing and Health at Newcastle University and the Gateshead Youth Council.
Lastly, the royal couple will tour CRI Stockton Recovery Service, a drug rehab center, and meet families involved with Action on Addiction’s Moving Parents and Children Together. Kate is a patron of the group, who help children living with drug-addicted parents.
I came across an article from Marie Claire UK about Pippa Middleton apartment shopping in New York City. Could Kate’s younger sister really be coming to the United States? Read the article here and let me know what you think!
Take a look at some of our favorite Kate Middleton Style Blogs right now:
This blog combines news with style. Each post covers an event and supplements the story with information about what Kate was wearing. This site also features information about when products go in or out of stock (ex: LK Bennett shoes).
One of the most professional looking Kate Middleton style blogs out there. Created by fashion editor Makeda Saggau-Sackey, of the Glamazon Diaries, the site features a “Copy Kate” column that gives tips on how to get Kate’s style for less.
What Kate Wore is more of a fashion “I.D.” blog that stays up-to-date and identifies the designers the Duchess wears. What I particularly like most about this site is the attention to accessories and jewelry.
On Saturday, the Duchess along with Pippa, brother James and parents Carole and Michael attended the wedding of Thierry Kelaart and Patrick Heathcoat Amory at St. Bartholomew’s Church in a small village in Oxfordshire.
Kelaart who is a close friend of the family and attended Edinburgh University with Pippa, was walked down the aisle by Michael Middleton in the absence of her father, Paul, who died 20 years ago.
Kate wore a grey silk dress by Erdem, which she wore at the Queen’s official birthday parade, Trooping the Colour, back in June.
Last week Kate Middleton Blog featured an article by Fiona Cooper titled, “The Princess and the Paparazzi: A Familiar Story?” illustrating the relationship between the royal family and the media. I would personally like to extend a big thank you to Fiona for the submission and encourage others to also submit stories! For more information please check out out the Be a Guest Blogger tab at the top of the page.