Prince William of Whales is the son of Charles, Prince of Whales and Diana, Princess of Whales. He is second in the line of succession to the British throne. Prince William currently is dating Kate Middleton, with a Royal Marriage in the works.
Clad in a lovely pink Burberry coat, the very pregnant Duchess of Cambridge looked lovely as she joined her handsome husband at the Stephen Lawrence Centre to support creating opportunities for young people to rise above their circumstances and succeed in life.
Both clad in their official finery, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in the house to attend the Observance for Commonwealth Day Service, joined by Queen Elizabeth II, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles and Prince Phillip.
There’s rarely a dull moment when Prince William is in the house, and earlier today (March 3) the handsome Brit paid a visit to the GREAT British Festival of Creativity in Shanghai, China.
While mingling with various government officials, William admired the David Bailey portrait of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II and got a look at George the Penguin Cam used in the BBC hit TV series “Spy in the Huddle.”
Following in his mother’s footsteps, Prince William honored fallen troops in Japan just as the late Princess Diana did 20 years ago this month.
On the second day of his four-day trip to the country, the 32-year-old royal visited the Yokohama War Cemetery, where more than 1,500 Commonwealth servicemen who died in Japan as prisoners of war or as part of the occupation afterward are buried.
Making their traditional Christmas Day outing, Prince William and Kate Middleton joined Queen Elizabeth, Prince Harry and several other members of the Royal Family for church in King’s Lynn, England on Thursday (December 25).
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in good spirits as they exited St. Mary Magdaene Church in Sandringham, and Kate kept her baby bump covered up beneath a long tweed coat.
He just returned back to the UK after visiting the United States of America and Prince William was back in action on Friday (December 12).
The handsome Duke of Cambridge made an official visit to St. Basils in Birmingham, England, an organization that helps young homeless people (ages 16-25) get back on their feet. Will also checked in at the National Memorial Arboretum to unveil a statue to commemorate the World Wear One Christmas truce, when British and German soldiers stopped fighting against each other and instead struck up a game of football (soccer).