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Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge: Who Will Care For Prince G

Kate keeps an eye out for a bargain The Duchess of Cambridge asked for a DISCOUNT in an antiques shop, the owner has claimed. Thrifty Kate, 31, is said to have haggled over the bill after going shopping while pregnant with baby George. And while his missus bagged a money-off deal, hubby Wills was said to have been sitting in the car outside looking bored stiff. The royal couple were visiting the Old Stables shop in Norfolk near their new 10-bedroom Georgian country home Anmer Hall on the Queens Sandringham estate. Shop owner Caroline Combe revealed: Kate came in when quite pregnant. Such thin legs in her wellies. <br>Source:

Since then, the two have been frequently spotted together. Reports say Harry has even told friends that the blonde beauty is the one to walk down the aisle with. The only problem is that Isabella Calthorpe is half-sister to Bonas and she was the reason Prince William left Kate in 2007 ! So are these sightings confirmation of the two dating one another? Harry is a new uncle and sees the relationship his brother Prince William and Kate Middleton has which has evolved into a royal family. The 29-year-old Prince can have any woman (except Kate!) but maybe he has picked the one who can handle her future responsibility of becoming a princess. <br>Source:

Prince William And Kate Middleton Are Reportedly Building A Sunroom For Their Anmer Hall Country Home

The 32 year-old, who gave birth to her first child on July 22, has always made it clear that starting a family with husband Prince William was her priority, as was his and with the arrival of George we spoke to Katie Nicholl, who recently published Kate: The Future Queen, as to whether we should expect the couple to have another one soon. Admitting to EntertainmentWise that Prince George will probably get a brother or sister soon, the royal editor at the Daily Mail claimed the couple were a little busy with getting to grips with parenthood to think about adding to their brood. Duchess admits she was "emotional," following birth of son George (Splash News) Katie also discussed the very modern upbringing that George is set to recieve. While he might be third in line to the throne, Kate and Wills are said to kim kardashian clothing be determined to give their son as much as a normal life as possible. The couple proved this when they headed to Kate's parents house in Bucklebury, Berkshire for the first few weeks after George's arrival, where they got to know their son in the privacy of the Middleton's family home. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with son Prince George (PressAssociation) At the time a spokesperson confirmed they were determined to do things themselves with Palace officials reportedly told the MailOnline that the couple had more than enough help, saying: "They have both got families that will care hugely for this baby." Since then the couple have hired Prince William's own old nanny, 71 year-old Jessie Webb, who is believed to have been taken on in August. For all the details about how the royal couple are bringing up their baby and who is looking after George check out the above video.... <br>Source:

Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge: Is Mum Carole A 'Pushy Tigeress'?

Back in April, it was revealed that the house would be updated with a pergola, a new driveway and additional shrubbery for privacy . The Daily Mail said conservatories are a popular feature in English homes. We can definitely appreciate their love for nature. No room for a greenhouse? Try a cute container garden. Loading Slideshow Have something to say? Check out HuffPost Home on Twitter , Facebook , Pinterest , Tumblr and Instagram . <br>Source:

Designer whose dresses are loved by Kate and Pippa 'owes thousands to suppliers in unpaid bills after company collapses'

An eyewitness tells Us Weekly that William and his wife "looked very relaxed together" while making their way to a meet-and-greet in the lobby. The couple greeted a group of wildlife conservationists and chatted with Gabon President Ali Bongo Ondimba, who asked about their less than two-month-old son, Prince George. PHOTOS: Kate's best Jenny Packham looks "We've left him at home for the first time," William told Ondimba. When asked who their son looked like most, Middleton replied, "Like most babies, he's got a mix of both of us." After the greetings, the couple headed to a private reception to meet award winners and then walked into the dining room. The elegant setting featured ten tables accommodating between 8 and 10 people, lavishly decorated with flowers. Each place setting had a gift box from Tiffany & Co. <br>Source:

Kate Middleton Says Prince George Is "a Mix of Both of Us" on First Night Out With Prince William

Now it has emerged that Ragdoll Management is about to be struck off the Companies House register and is five months late in filing its accounts. Prince George to be christened next month in St James's Palace chapel where Diana's body lay before her funeral Another of Ms Webbs companies, Dollybird Ltd, is dormant and has only 100 in the bank, according to its latest accounts. The first company she founded, Tabitha Webb Ltd, went into liquidation in May 2007, owing more than 214,000 to business creditors and a further 60,000 to the taxman. Partner: Dannii Minogue poses at the launch of Project D London for Ernest Jones at Westfield London. In July, she announced that she was ending her involvement in the brand Courier firm CSM Logistics, which was used to ferry clothes and handbags between venues, says it was left 8,600 out of pocket by Tabitha Webb Ltd and that another transport firm in the CSM group, Sandrair, is owed 8,700. <br>Source:

According to Katie Nicholl, who recently penned a biography about the royal, the former air hostess was definitely "aspirational," when it came to her children. Now the grandmother of the future king, baby Prince George, Carole has been seen as the formidable force in Kate's social climbing success. While the 32-year-old is seen as reserved and quiet, it's Carole who has been seen as the one who pushed her daughter towards Prince read this William, with suggestions even saying it was her idea for Kate to attend St Andrews, where the royal was also enrolled. sat down with Katie Nicholl, author of Kate: The Future Queen, to see what she discovered when writing the tell all biography. Admitting she'd been intrigued by Prince William's mother-in-law she said: "I was really fascinated in Kate's relationship with Carol and all her family, but particuarly Carol because her mother seems to be such a fundamental part of her life." "Thrilled" grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton emerge from St Mary's Hospital (Splash News) Revealing her thoughts on Carole, Katie went on: "I was determined to try to discover what Carol was really like, whether she was this pushy tigeress of a mother and I spoke to friends who've known her for the best part of 35 years," "[They] say that she was aspirational that she came from a working class background and family and she was determined to do the best for herself and her children. <br>Source:

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