His little sister, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, might be christened in late July, and she will reportedly be wearing the same gown worn by George at his christening.
The official first photo-of-four could be released in June as George’s first official image with his parents was made public a few days before his 1-month anniversary.
The ceremony is expected to be held at the Chapel Royal at St. James’s Palace, where the little prince was also christened.
Possible godparents include Princess Beatrice, Prince William’s cousin, or her sister Eugenie, Hugh van Cutsem – who is Prince William’s friend, Peter Phillips, Princess Anne’s son, or even siblings of Kate and William, such as Prince Harry, or Pippa and James Middleton.
Moreover, Prince Harry, 30, expressed his desire to have children in a recent interview, and during his royal engagements he was photographed while making hilarious cute faces at children who were immediately drawn to him.
In addition, his friends think he would be a wonderful father, as one of his pals, polo player Nacho Figueras, talked to People magazine about fatherhood.
“I think he will be a great dad, he cares a lot about children, most of his charities are towards children,” Figueras told the publication.
“He loves them and he cares about them, so I’m sure he’s going to be a great dad,” his friend concluded.
Prince Harry met his new niece Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, 1-month-old, at Anmer Hall in Norfolk where she is currently settled with her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and her big brother Prince George, who turns 2 in July.
The Queen’s birthday is on April 21, but the official website of the British Monarchy announces that the monarch, 89, is celebrating when the weather is more favorable for the Trooping the Colour ceremony.
According to OK! Magazine UK, Kate is set to attend the Queen’s birthday parade on June 13, 43 days after her and Prince William’s daughter Princess Charlotte came into the world.
In 2013, Princess Kate had her first appearance 39 days after giving birth to her son Prince George, at the Ring O’ Fire ultra-marathon.
In an interview with BBC journalist Gary Lineker, which is set to be aired on Saturday, the Duke of Cambridge revealed that he would love to take his son Prince George to matches, but he would have to discuss it with his wife.
“I’ll have to pass that by the missus, see how I can get away with it! At the moment, being only 22 months, it’s a little bit early,” he said.
William, who is a huge supporter of Aston Villa, also told the reporter that he hoped that his son would become a fan of the same team.
“The responsible thing would be to say to let him make his own mind up, but I think I might be quite biased!” he told Lineker. “I haven’t quite worked out how to play that yet.”
“He can support whoever he wants, but if he supports Villa, it’d be fantastic. I’d love to go to the odd match with him in the future,” he revealed.
And if his son supports another team, the prince, 32, hopes that his daughter Pricess Charlotte, almost 1-month-old, will be an Aston Villa fan.
His brother Prince Harry and his grandmother the Queen are reportedly Arsenal fans.
According to EW, Kate Middleton will be played by Lydia Wilson, Oliver Chris will star as Prince William and Richard Goulding is set to be Prince Harry. The cast will also include Tim Pigott-Smith – who will portray Prince Charles, and Margot Leicester as Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
The Broadway show reportedly brings us into the future, and shows us what the monarchy would look like with Prince Charles as king.
The play was penned by Mike Bartlett and directed by Rupert Goold.
King Charles III wil premiere at Broadway’s Music Box Theatre on Nov. 1, and performances are set to begin Oct. 10.
According to Us Magazine, who quotes a family source, the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister Pippa Middleton is handling the juice delivery.
“Pippa arranged to have fresh juices delivered to Kate every three days,” the source said. “It was a surprise treat. Kate used to blend her own juices and this is much easier.”
The fresh green juice is shipped to their 10-bedroom country estate Anmer Hall in Norfolk, where the royal family is currently settled.
The source added that the juice is not for dieting, but for “an extra boost” of energy. And with Princess Charlotte “keepin” her parents up and Prince George “running around,” Catherine doesn’t need to be on a diet, rather more energy.
“For me, what’s helped me to get through this is I’m a quite spiritual person,” she told People. “It’s grounded me, and I realize that I do have a great purpose in life. If relationships or people in your lives are meant to be, then they will come back around, but that shouldn’t be what’s holding you back.”
Scherzinger is also giving advice to other people who are going through a breakup.
“A lot of the time when you’re in a relationship, you lose yourself and you lose who you are and what makes you special,” Scherzinger said.
“You’re always putting all your energy on someone else, so find yourself again,” she continued.
“Build yourself back up [and] be that big, radiant light,” the I Can Do That star concluded.
Back in 2012, the singer discussed her relationship with the British racer, 30.
“Well it’s something crazy romantic,” she told Cosmopolitan magazine. “Relationships are hard and having to hold a long-distance relationship is even harder. It’s kudos to us for growing and trying – there’s so much love there. But I’m good and I’m happy,”
Nicole Scherzinger and Lewis Hamilton started dating in 2007. They split and reconciled several times during their relationship.
A few days ago, Charles, 66, drove his vintage 1969 Aston Martin from Highgrove to a concert at Fairford, Gloucestershire, for a concert organised by the Music In Country Churches charity at St. Mary’s Church. Needless to say, the classic car drew all the attention.
The Daily Mail published some photos in which royal fans can be seen admiring Prince Charles’ rare 1969 vehicle and some of them even taking pictures.
The famous vehicle was as at the center of attention in 2011 as well, when Kate and William drove away from Buckingham Palace on their royal wedding day.
The Prince of Wales welcomed his second grandchild, Princess Charlotte, on May 2.