Prince Harry in Lesotho
Today we wish His Royal Highness Prince Henry (Harry) of Wales a happy birthday. The second born son of His Royal Highness Prince Charles The Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales celebrates his birthday shortly after taking a vital part in the Invictus Games.
We wish him all the best.
Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting a second child. This has been announced by the palace moments ago.
Check our website, blog and Twitter (@HotMonarchy) to stay up to date with news as we have it
See the official announcement via the palace
Prince George at One
It seems like only yesterday that we heard the news of Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge’s pregnancy but amazingly her son Prince George of Cambridge will turn one tomorrow! (22/07/14).
The Duchess and Prince George
Over the past week Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been touring New Zealand with their son Prince George and I’ve been lucky enough to be watching them every day either on TV or in person!
Each day I have been posting to Monarchy New Zealand’s Facebook page and writing articles for Royal Central.
To see these articles simply click the following links:
Days five and six saw me both seeing Their Royal Highnesses in person and even meeting The Duchess of Cambridge. As such, the article for these two days is a little longer and still in the works.
A post will be sent through HotMonarchy when this article is online!
The Coat of Arms of New Zealand
Today (07/04/2014) is the day! The day that Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their first son His Royal Highness Prince George arrive in New Zealand for the beginning of the Royal Tour of New Zealand and Australia.
This will not only be the duchess’ first official trip to New Zealand but also that of Prince George. With the family set to arrive in a matter of hours media has been buzzing both positively and negatively with some commenting on the direction of Prince George’s car seat – forwards rather than the recommended backwards (for safety).
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