When you’ve got the kind of money Peter Jackson has made with his “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” franchises, it’s only natural to buy a bunch of old war planes and start a museum.
The New Zealand-born director had the privilege of hosting Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre in Wellington today (April 10), and he gave them a proper tour of his military aircraft collection.
Earlier today (April 10) the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed up at the unveiling of a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Kiwi artist Nick Cuthell at the Government House in Wellington, New Zealand.
Leaving Prince Georgie at home for the solemn occasion, Prince William and Kate Middleton attended a ceremony at the war memorial in Seymour Square in New Zealand on Thursday (April 10).
The Duchess of Cambridge looked sophisticated in a periwinkle Alexander McQueen ensemble with a commemorative poppy pin while her husband donned a navy blue suit with a red and blue striped tie, along with two of his own medals.
She’s always been a trendsetter, and right after Kate Middleton wore a new black and white Tory Burch dress to an event in New Zealand earlier today (April 9) it immediately sold out.
The Duchess of Cambridge took her son Prince George to a playdate while wearing the Tory Burch Paulina dress, modestly priced at $237 and that was all it took to clear out the brand’s entire inventory.
How adorable! Treating everyone to a Saturday surprise, Kensington Palace released a brand new family portrait of Kate Middleton and Prince William with their darling 8-month-old this afternoon (March 29).
Posing with their beloved cocker spaniel Lupo, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge proudly show off their happy family and Prince George's growth.