The Duchess of Cambridge visited Reach Academy in West London on Wednesday afternoon. The Duchess of Cambridge met pupils at the Reach Academy Feltham in West London on Wednesday afternoon to mark her first royal engagement of 2018. The Duchess joins in with art activities and hears how the school is committed to working with parents, as they believe communication between home and school is vital.
The Duchess of Cambridge knows that no holiday look is complete without a little sparkle. The duchess previously wore the ribbon-trimmed piece back in New York in 2014 while pregnant with Princess Charlotte. Kate first wore the boucle coat in 2014.
The pregnant royal took a trip up to Manchester on Wednesday morning to attend the Children's Global Media Summit.
It's unclear who designed the pregnant royal's dress, but bets are on Alexander McQueen or Jenny Packham as she's big fans of both labels.
Social media has the women squared off on exhaustive matters of fashion, career, etiquette, hairstyles, and net worth.
The Duchess of Cambridge is “absolutely thrilled” about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement.
The Duchess of Cambridge has already shown she can do just about anything in high heels, from playing field hockey to boxing, cricket to darts. On Wednesday, she further proved this fact to be true when she visited Jaguar Land Rover’s Solihull manufacturing plant in Birmingham. Kate Middleton, wearing a a black coat by Goat, skinny black jeans, a matching sweater, and a pair of $511 suede riding boots from Russell & Bromley, expertly navigated rocky terrain in a white SUV.
Monday marked Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip’s 70th wedding anniversary, so to mark the historic occasion the entire royal family celebrated together at Windsor Castle in Berkshire.
Expectant mother Kate Middleton showed up at the National Tennis Centre in London appearing to be in high spirits — and even hit some balls with kids.
Nail polish isn't the only thing that's regulated. Scroll through the gallery for other things, from voting to flying, that the royal family is restricted from.
Duchess Kate Middleton joined Prince William and Prince Harry for her second surprise appearance of the week on Wednesday.
The third royal baby could be born close to the couple’s wedding anniversary or to the birthday of Princess Charlotte. This led many to believe that the duchess was around 11 weeks pregnant at the time and would hit the 12 week point, marking the second trimester, a few days later. The date could be close to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding anniversary, which is April 29, or Princess Charlotte‘s birthday, May 2.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who’s expecting her third child, made a surprise appearance at Paddington Station in London on Monday alongside Princes William and Harry. Kate Middleton joined actor Hugh Bonneville and other cast members from Paddington 2 to welcome 130 children from a dozen charities supported by the royal trio. The Duchess of Cambridge made an unexpected visit to Paddington Station on Monday morning.
Kate Middleton made her first public appearance since announcing her third pregnancy on Tuesday. “I can’t believe she’s prego,” one commenter said on Kensington Palace’s Instagram account. “I thought she was pregnant!?” another questioned. Others expressed concern for the duchess — who’s experiencing another bout of hyperemersis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness — and hoped she was feeling OK and healthy. “She’s so thin.
When Prince Charles and Princess Diana officially ended their marriage in 1996, after 15 years, Diana was the most talked-about woman in the world. Besides theirs being the most famous divorce in the world at the time, Diana, Princess of Wales, had a style aesthetic that fascinated the public — during her engagement, marriage, and separation, as well as after the divorce. After a few early stumbles (the ’80s weren’t kind to most women), Diana became renowned for the wit she showed with her style. She honed a rebellious glamour over the years, and there was something joyful about her sartorial choices. It’s why her style still resonates, 20 years after her death on Aug. 31, 1997. When it comes to her fashion legacy, Diana was a style icon to millions of women. Her evolution from scruffy Sloane Ranger — a distinctive upper-class look of the time — to chic sophisticate sparked and reignited numerous trends. Scroll through for a peek at many of the looks she was behind. Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty .
The Smythe "Duchess" blazer, a favorite of the Duchess of Cambridge, is getting a candy-color makeover for an important cause.
A royal always has to look perfect. But the Duchess of Cambridge, a royal style icon, might not be as much of a super-saver as previously thought.
Wimbledon is the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. Taking place in Wimbledon, London, the tourney is famous for (among many things) its strict dress code of all-white uniforms for players. Just this week, Venus Williams was reprimanded for breaking code by wearing a pink bra.
Kate Middleton caught Sophie, Countess of Wessex as she tripped and fell. The Duchess of Cambridge opted for a lacy white Alexander McQueen dress that was almost identical to a Dolce & Gabbana style she stepped out in in 2016. Kate’s 2017 Royal Ascot look was eerily similar to her 2016 outfit.