July 08 –  The Royal International Air Tattoo
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July 08 – The Royal International Air Tattoo

Today July 8, 2016, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their son Prince George who made a surprise appearance in his first official engagement in the UK, attended the The Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire. The Air Tattoo is the the world’s largest military airshow and is held annually in support of the RAF Charitable Trust. The show included celebrations to mark 75th anniversary of RAF Air Cadets, in which The Duchess is Honorary Air Commandant. While at the event the Duke and Duchess met with Air Cadets and toured the aircrafts. I have added 500+ high quality photos to the gallery. Enjoy!

June 09 – SportsAid’s 40th Anniversary Dinner
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June 09 – SportsAid’s 40th Anniversary Dinner

Today, (June 09, 2016) The Duchess of Cambridge hosted a dinner for the 40th Anniversary of SportsAid at Kensington Palace in London. Catherine has been Patron of the charity since 2013, SportsAid is a non-profit charity that “helps the next generation of British sports stars by giving them financial support and recognition during the critical early stages of their careers.” While at that pre-dinner Catherine met with SportsAid ambassadors and young athletes who will be competing in the Rio 2016 Olympics. During the dinner The Duchess gave a short speech which you can read below:

Good evening ladies and gentlemen. It is an absolute pleasure to be here with you to celebrate SportsAid’s 40th anniversary.

Some of you may know that I love sport. I love cheering on teams and athletes that I am passionate about. I love the physical challenge sport presents and the mental strength it gives us all. And I love the way it so often brings people together to work as part of a team.

I suspect many of you in this room may feel the same. The brilliance of SportsAid is in really understanding just how much athletic competition gives to our country as a whole. By investing in young sporting talent, they ensure that there is a strong pipeline of inspirational heroes.

These athletes then serve as motivators to everyone in the UK to get involved, get active, and embrace the power of sport to make us happier and healthier.

With little over 50 days to go until the Games begin in Rio; the next Olympiad is almost here. As we did in London in 2012, we will see a new generation of sporting stars emerge into the spotlight.

We cannot wait to meet the next SportsAid champions – the next Chris Hoys and Katherine Graingers who will remind us all of the magic and the power of sport.

So thank you all for supporting the incredible work of SportsAid. I am immensely proud to be their Patron and I can’t wait to cheer on our team competing in Rio.

I do hope you enjoy tonight’s very special occasion.

May 16 – Launch Of Heads Together Campaign
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May 16 – Launch Of Heads Together Campaign

Today, May 16, 2016. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry were in London for the launch of their Heads Together Campaign at at Olympic Park in London, England. The campaign aims to end the stigmas around mental health, and bringing awareness to the issues of individuals affected by it. The trio joined a variety of people from the mental health profession as well as members of their own supported charities to share ideas and information about programs to help individuals. The young royals also gave a joint speech outlining their expectations of the new initiative. You can watch the video above.

Upcoming Engagment: May 16, 2015
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Upcoming Engagment: May 16, 2015

Photos – May 04, 2016 Engagments
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Photos – May 04, 2016 Engagments

The Duchess of Cambridge had a busy day as she took part in three engagements. At her first stop of the day she officially opened The Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace in London, England. During her visit Catherine revealed to children that her family has a hamster named Marvin! In her second engagement, The Duchess attended a lunch in support of the Anna Freud Centre at Spencer House. In her final engagement of the day Catherine visited National Portrait Gallery where two photos from her recent Vogue UK shoot were on display as part of the Vogue 100: A Century of Style exhibition. I have added 1,059 high quality photos from all three engagements to the gallery. Enjoy!



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Updated! – The Canadian & North American Tours – HQ Additions Added!

Hello everyone! If you’ve been browsing the gallery the last few weeks, you may have noticed that I’ve finally updated the gallery with high quality additions from the Canadian and North American Tours the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did shortly after their marriage. Over 5,000 new images have been added, with maybe a few still missing give or take, that will be added as soon as they become available to us. The tours now also have their own category and are newly organized to hopefully make browsing a little easier. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to comment on this post or tweet us! We are also working on a new set up for the gallery, so if things look incomplete that is the reason. I hope all of you enjoy the new pictures and the new set up! Last but not least I would like to thank my friend Mary over at Keri Russell Web for all the donations!


March 18 – Opening New EACH Charity Shop In Holt, Norfolk
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March 18 – Opening New EACH Charity Shop In Holt, Norfolk

Today, March 18, 2016, The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton was in Holt, Norfolk to help open a new East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice Charity Shop. Catherine, who is royal patron of the charity was on hand for the ribbon cutting and was also the store’s first customer, picking up a copy of Fireman Sam’s Favourite Tales for Prince George and a figurine. The highlight of her visit came when Catherine was wisked away by a little girl named Rebekah to look at pouches. You can watch that moment in the video above! Also, be sure to check out the 100+ high quality photos that have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

March 11 – Visiting The eXceL Project Mentoring Programme
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March 11 – Visiting The eXceL Project Mentoring Programme

Today, March 11, 2016. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited The eXceL Project Mentoring Programme in London, England. The pair visited the central London headquarters to meet with training mentors to learn more about their work with young adults with emotional, behavioural and relational challenges. They also met with and listened to stories from individuals who have benefitted from the program. I have added 149 high quality photos in the gallery. Enjoy!

February 24 – Visiting Edinburgh
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February 24 – Visiting Edinburgh

Today, (February 24) The Duchess of Cambridge visited Edinburgh. Her first engagement was at St Catherine’s Primary School to discuss the work of Place2Be, then to Wester Hailes Education Centre to support The Art Room both are mental health charities which she is the Royal Patron. Lastly, The Duchess took part in a tennis workshop led by Judy Murray, the mother Wimbledon champion Andy Murray fueling speculation that later this year she will be taking over as Patron of Wimbledon from The Queen. I have added over 400+ high quality photos to the gallery! Enjoy!

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February 17 – The Duchess Of Cambridge Guest Edits The Huffington Post

Today (February 17) The Duchess of Cambridge took over the Huffington Post UK website as guest editor to help launch the Young Minds Matter campaign and raise awareness about metal illness within children. You can head over to http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/ to read articles and watch videos commissioned by Catherine herself as well as a blog post written by The Duchess of Cambridge and The First Lady of the United States. Photos from event today have been added to the gallery, enjoy!