Kate Middleton wraps up for trip to Blackpool with Prince William

She’s a natural! Duchess of Cambridge shows her winning way with children as she meets young fans on rainy Blackpool Promenade- wearing a £900 olive Sportmax coat to beat the chill

  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Blackpool on Wednesday to visit a series of new projects
  • Kate, 37, and William, 36, kicked off their day in the seaside town with a visit to the iconic Blackpool Tower
  • The royal couple then met with members of the public on the promenade’s ‘Comedy Carpet’ installation
  • Duo will learn about investment and regeneration projects and social and mental health problems faced
  • Duchess wore an olive £940 Sportsmax coat, a recycled green Manu Atelier bag, and black knee-high boots

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spent the day in Blackpool visiting a series of innovative projects focused on investment and regeneration, as well as learning how the resort is tackling some of the social and mental health problems faced by people in Britain today.

Kate, 37, looked elegant as she kicked off her visit to the iconic seaside town alongside William, 36, with a visit to the iconic Blackpool Tower.  

The royal couple took part in a briefing about the town’s recent history, the challenges, and the investment and regeneration efforts that are currently underway.

Kate cut an elegant figure in the rain, opting for an olive £940 Sportsmax coat, a £225 Michael Kors patterned peacock dress, and accessorised with a recycled £435 green Manu Atelier bag and black knee-high boots. 

The pair, sheltering under large black umbrellas, were greeted at the landmark amid the downpours with cheers from a crowd of several hundred well-wishers gathered outside on the promenade, including youngsters who charmed Kate with bunches of flowers. 

As one little girl shouted ‘Hello princess’, Kate waved and smiled, and she also promised locals she would bring her three children George, Charlotte and Louis along on her next visit.  

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The Duchess cut an elegant figure in the rain, opting for an olive £940 Sportsmax coat, a £225 Michael Kors patterned peacock dress, and a recycled green Manu Atelier bag, along with black knee-high boots as she arrived in Blackpool on Tuesday

The Duchess cut an elegant figure in the rain, opting for an olive £940 Sportsmax coat, a £225 Michael Kors patterned peacock dress, and a recycled green Manu Atelier bag, along with black knee-high boots as she arrived in Blackpool on Tuesday

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were pictured speaking to children waiting in the crowds as they met members of the public on the promenade, as they visited a series of innovative projects that are focused on investment and regeneration

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were pictured speaking to children waiting in the crowds as they met members of the public on the promenade, as they visited a series of innovative projects that are focused on investment and regeneration

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Practiced parents! As William chatted to children nearby, Kate was seen kneeling down to beam at a pair of young royal fans in a sweet exchange during her busy day in Blackpool today

Practiced parents! As William chatted to children nearby, Kate was seen kneeling down to beam at a pair of young royal fans in a sweet exchange during her busy day in Blackpool today

The Duchess of Cambridge receiving flowers during a visit to Revoe Park in Blackpool from an adorable young girl wearing a pink furry coat 

The Duchess of Cambridge receiving flowers during a visit to Revoe Park in Blackpool from an adorable young girl wearing a pink furry coat 

Kate was all smiles as she bent down to interact with the chatty little girl who was clearly engrossed by something in the distance. 

Kate was all smiles as she bent down to interact with the chatty little girl who was clearly engrossed by something in the distance. 

Delighted Duchess! Kate received a personalised gift from wellwishers during a visit to Revoe Park in Blackpool

Delighted Duchess! Kate received a personalised gift from wellwishers during a visit to Revoe Park in Blackpool

Pleased to meet you: Kate paused to chat to wellwishers who presented her with bouquets during a walkabout at Revoe Park in Blackpool

Pleased to meet you: Kate paused to chat to wellwishers who presented her with bouquets during a walkabout at Revoe Park in Blackpool

Caring Kate! The doting mother looked delighted to meet a young royal fan who she fist bumped while meeting locals who lined the streets of Blackpool despite the inclement weather

Caring Kate! The doting mother looked delighted to meet a young royal fan who she fist bumped while meeting locals who lined the streets of Blackpool despite the inclement weather

It's Kate mania! It may have been raining, but that didn't stop locals lining up to catch a glimpse of the royal visitor - including one lucky little boy who got a high five from the Duchess

It’s Kate mania! It may have been raining, but that didn’t stop locals lining up to catch a glimpse of the royal visitor – including one lucky little boy who got a high five from the Duchess

Pleased to meet you! Kate was all smiles as she chatted to youngsters during her away day to Blackpool with Prince William, crouching down so she could speak to them at eye level 

Pleased to meet you! Kate was all smiles as she chatted to youngsters during her away day to Blackpool with Prince William, crouching down so she could speak to them at eye level 

Kate was all smiles as she leaned in to accept a colourful bouquet of orange and flowers that a little girl handed out to her as she waited to meet the Duchess

Kate was all smiles as she leaned in to accept a colourful bouquet of orange and flowers that a little girl handed out to her as she waited to meet the Duchess

The royal visitor, who was dressed for the miserable weather conditions in a dark green coat, was more than happy to engage in conversation as she thanked two children for handing over the flowers 

The royal visitor, who was dressed for the miserable weather conditions in a dark green coat, was more than happy to engage in conversation as she thanked two children for handing over the flowers 

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was seen beaming after receiving a gift of a wooden ornament with her name on it during her visit to Revoe Park in Blackpool on Tuesday

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was seen beaming after receiving a gift of a wooden ornament with her name on it during her visit to Revoe Park in Blackpool on Tuesday

William and Kate were met by local dignitaries including the Mayor and Mayoress of Blackpool, Gary and Debbie Coleman, as they stepped inside for a briefing about the town’s investment and regeneration projects.

Once inside the historic tower, Kate and William briefly stopped at a giant mirror unveiled by the Princess of Wales in July 1992 to mark the opening of Tower World, with the duke describing it as ‘fantastic’ and ‘amazing’.

The couple were then treated to a brief glimpse of the world-famous Tower Ballroom, which is open to the public daily.

From their balcony view, they watched dancers go through their strides in a waltz to I Shall See You Later, played on the Wurlitzer by Chris Hopkins.  

The couple were pictured visiting a house on Kirby Road to see some of the deprived conditions that locals are living in 

The couple were pictured visiting a house on Kirby Road to see some of the deprived conditions that locals are living in 

William and Kate walking with Lee Burrell, Development Director at Blackpool Housing Company after visiting a house on Kirby Road in in Blackpool

William and Kate walking with Lee Burrell, Development Director at Blackpool Housing Company after visiting a house on Kirby Road in in Blackpool

The royal couple looked solemn as they visited a house that had been trashed by graffiti on Kirby road

The visit was designed to show that ongoing regeneration is desperately needed

The royal couple looked solemn as they visited a house that had been trashed by graffiti on Kirby Road. The visit was designed to show that ongoing regeneration is desperately needed

Ever the gentleman! Prince William carried the umbrella so his wife could shelter from the rain

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Blackpool on Wednesday to visit a series of innovative projects focused on investment and regeneration, as well as learning how the resort is tackling some of the social and mental health problems faced by people in Britain today

Ever the gentleman! Prince William carried the umbrella so his wife could shelter from the rain (left). The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Blackpool on Wednesday to visit a series of innovative projects focused on investment and regeneration, as well as learning how the resort is tackling some of the social and mental health problems faced by people in Britain today

The Duke of Cambridge was presented with a personalised necklace with his initial W made by young people during a visit to community garden Revoe Park in Blackpool  

The Duke of Cambridge was presented with a personalised necklace with his initial W made by young people during a visit to community garden Revoe Park in Blackpool  

Proving her thrifty side, Kate recycled the £435 velvet and leather designer box bag she previously wore during a visit to Scotland in January and opted for the olive £940 Sportsmax coat she has been seen wearing three times

Proving her thrifty side, Kate recycled the £435 velvet and leather designer box bag she previously wore during a visit to Scotland in January and opted for the olive £940 Sportsmax coat she has been seen wearing three times

Kate wore a £225 Michael Kors peacock button-up shirt dress which featured a classic collar and semi-sheer sleeves, falling just below the knees and making for a stylish appearance. The Duke and Duchess are seen at a roundtable discussing the various local projects

Kate wore a £225 Michael Kors peacock button-up shirt dress which featured a classic collar and semi-sheer sleeves, falling just below the knees and making for a stylish appearance. The Duke and Duchess are seen at a roundtable discussing the various local projects

This will all be yours someday! The future King had the chance to sit on a wooden throne during a visit to Revoe Park in Blackpool

This will all be yours someday! The future King had the chance to sit on a wooden throne during a visit to Revoe Park in Blackpool

The pouring rain did not bother the couple – as they chose not to stand underneath the umbrellas being proffered by nearby aides. 

On a walkabout outside the Tower as they visited the Comedy Carpet on the promenade, Kate told well-wishers she hoped to bring her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to visit Blackpool next time.

She joked: ‘Is the weather always like this?’

The Duchess expressed her disappointment at not going up the Tower.

‘No we didn’t. Next time I think. There’s so much here the children would love as well. Hopefully next time we’ll bring them back.’

Meanwhile, the Duke recalled his fond memories of Blackpool on a stag do. Pat Hassan, 66, who had travelled down from Manchester recalled: 

‘He said he loved Blackpool and that he has been up and down the coast here when he was flying a helicopter. He said he had been here before for a stag party and that he had really enjoyed it.’

The royal couple were greeted by youngsters from Happy Tots Nursery, who gave them a posy, sticks of rock with their names running through it and some arts and crafts. These included a collage, a necklace of pictures, and a crown from a four-year-old called Jasmine.   

William said his children would appreciate the rock. When he asked them what flavour the rock was, the youngsters replied: ‘Blackpool.’ 

In the line-up was two-year-old Tommy, who became overwhelmed and had to be picked up by a staff member.  

His mother, Cassie, said: ‘He got all nervous and had to be picked up by one of the girls. He was so excited this morning and was practicing bows.’

Proving her thrifty side, Kate has previously been pictured wearing the wintry coat she wore today on three occasions, in 2015, 2016 and 2017. She injected a touch of glamour with £1,400 square cut diamond and green amethyst earrings by Kiki McDonough

Proving her thrifty side, Kate has previously been pictured wearing the wintry coat she wore today on three occasions, in 2015, 2016 and 2017. She injected a touch of glamour with £1,400 square cut diamond and green amethyst earrings by Kiki McDonough

Cheryl Hole who works for Better Start was also in the line-up along with her two-year-old daughter Felicia – who presented the Duchess with a posy. The Duke asked her name and how old she was. 

Nursery manager and owner Julie Bryan said: ‘The children have been busy all week making flags and crowns.

‘We also made a poster of photographs of William and Kate, together with pictures of the children, which we presented to them.

‘It was an amazing experience for everyone here and it is such a privilege to be part of it.’

They also presented a paper crown and garland to William.

William kept it casual in a pair of navy blue trousers and matching blazer, layering a sweater with a pale shirt underneath as he waved at waiting crowds. 

Meanwhile, Andrea Bellamy, 31, had a moving conversation with the Duchess about mental health.

She said: ‘I thanked her for everything she had done and told her that I had done a skydive for Place 2 Be where she is a patron. 

‘I told her how I had lost a close family member to suicide. She [the Duchess] said, ‘It’s so important to keep talking about it,’ and asked if I had support.’

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their day with a visit to Blackpool Central Library, where they joined two separate discussions focusing on issues and initiatives of particular relevance to each of their ongoing charitable interests.

The Duchess met with members involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ charity programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents.  

Kate accessorised with £1,400 square cut diamond and green amethyst earrings by Kiki McDonough, which coordinated perfectly with her peacock print dress

Kate accessorised with £1,400 square cut diamond and green amethyst earrings by Kiki McDonough, which coordinated perfectly with her peacock print dress

The Duke and Duchess were pictured greeting local members of the community projects along with a soldier as they kicked off a busy day in the seaside town

The Duke and Duchess were pictured greeting local members of the community projects along with a soldier as they kicked off a busy day in the seaside town

Kate and William visited the town's famous ballroom, home to Strictly Come Dancing, and were seen watching from the balconies above as local residents took to the dancefloor

Kate and William visited the town’s famous ballroom, home to Strictly Come Dancing, and were seen watching from the balconies above as local residents took to the dancefloor

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge waved at onlookers as they continued onto their next engagement, by which time the rain ha dstopped

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge waved at onlookers as they continued onto their next engagement, by which time the rain ha dstopped

Both Kate and William colour-coordinated their ensembles, with the Duchess opting for an all-green ensemble while Prince William went for a navy blazer and coordinating trousers

Both Kate and William colour-coordinated their ensembles, with the Duchess opting for an all-green ensemble while Prince William went for a navy blazer and coordinating trousers

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to members of the public during a walkabout on March 06, 2019 in Blackpool shorty after the rain stopped

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to members of the public during a walkabout on March 06, 2019 in Blackpool shorty after the rain stopped

Meanwhile William kept it casual in a pair of navy blue trousers and matching blazer, layering a sweater with a pale shirt underneath as he waved at waiting crowds

Meanwhile William kept it casual in a pair of navy blue trousers and matching blazer, layering a sweater with a pale shirt underneath as he waved at waiting crowds

The session, led by Merle Davies, the Director of Blackpool’s Centre for Early Child Development, discussed the impact of long-term investment in mothers, fathers and children in their early years.

During the first group session William and Kate met teenage mum Chloe Roberts, 18, from Blackpool and her mentor Lynne MacKinnon, a family nurse supervisor in the town.

Chloe found herself homeless after falling pregnant and was forced to live in hostels with her newborn son Sainty-James last year.

She said: ‘I don’t know where I’d be without Lynne and the project. They’ve helped me so much from when I basically found myself homeless to living in hostels to learning how to actually look after my son.

‘No one judges you, they are just there to help and I didn’t know about anything at the start when he was born.’ 

Listening intently and nodding, Kate replied: ‘That’s what I find so interesting, how our own experiences shape how we develop and learn ourselves.’  

Meanwhile, during a round table meeting on the investment and regeneration efforts that are currently under way, William addressed the challenges facing the town.        

The Duke began by saying that Blackpool is ‘one of the most loved seaside towns in Britain’ but that there is ‘a sadder side to Blackpool, which we will be seeing a bit of today.’

He talked about how they would be seeing the ‘new future planned for Blackpool.’

William was concerned about the impact of living in a tourism-based town on locals. He asked: ‘Is it an issue how you have a big period of time in peak tourism, but then off peak, is it a bit of a void there? 

Speaking about its history, he described how it was ‘once a jewel in the crown of the British tourism industry’ before people began to travel further afield for their holidays and it faced economic decline and unemployment. 

 Coordinating her look, Kate appeared to opt for pale green eyeshadow and a touch of blusher, accessorising with square cut diamond earrings as she beamed at waiting crowds

 Coordinating her look, Kate appeared to opt for pale green eyeshadow and a touch of blusher, accessorising with square cut diamond earrings as she beamed at waiting crowds

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their day with a visit to Blackpool Central Library, where they will join two separate discussions focusing on issues and initiatives of particular relevance to each of their ongoing charitable interests

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their day with a visit to Blackpool Central Library, where they will join two separate discussions focusing on issues and initiatives of particular relevance to each of their ongoing charitable interests

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge meet Christina Jackson (right) in her house during a visit to Kirby Road in Blackpool, to talk about the housing problem faced in the town

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge meet Christina Jackson (right) in her house during a visit to Kirby Road in Blackpool, to talk about the housing problem faced in the town

The Duke of Cambridge meets Christina Jackson in her house during a visit to Kirby Road in Blackpool, to talk about the housing problem faced in the town

The Duke of Cambridge meets Christina Jackson in her house during a visit to Kirby Road in Blackpool, to talk about the housing problem faced in the town

Speaking with council representatives and tenants, Their Royal Highnesses will learn about how Blackpool is tackling housing issues head on, and hear about the positive impact this commitment is having on the community

Speaking with council representatives and tenants, Their Royal Highnesses will learn about how Blackpool is tackling housing issues head on, and hear about the positive impact this commitment is having on the community

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their day with a visit to Blackpool Central Library, where they will join two separate discussions focusing on issues and initiatives of particular relevance to each of their ongoing charitable interests

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their day with a visit to Blackpool Central Library, where they will join two separate discussions focusing on issues and initiatives of particular relevance to each of their ongoing charitable interests

The Duchess joined members involved in Blackpool's 'A Better Start' charity programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents

The Duchess joined members involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ charity programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents

Meanwhile the Duke will met people affected by problems around mental health, including issues such as homelessness and addiction, and meet people making a difference through the innovative work locally

Meanwhile the Duke will met people affected by problems around mental health, including issues such as homelessness and addiction, and meet people making a difference through the innovative work locally

Kate and William will attend a session, led by Merle Davies, the Director of Blackpool's Centre for Early Child Development, will discuss the impact of long-term investment in mothers, fathers and children in their early years

Kate and William will attend a session, led by Merle Davies, the Director of Blackpool’s Centre for Early Child Development, will discuss the impact of long-term investment in mothers, fathers and children in their early years

‘Dispiritingly, those challenges are felt very strongly today and they are more pressing than ever.’

He spoke of high unemployment rates and social problems, but also highlighted the positive moves, regeneration, and ‘brilliant schemes’ including a new enterprise zone and ‘exciting new investment in Blackpool’s iconic tourist attractions’ and innovative housing projects.

William added: ‘The story of Blackpool is a complex one of a proud history of testing times and new found optimism for the future.’  

The Duke of Cambridge told two recovering drug addicts he was ‘so proud of you guys’ after they explained how an initiative in Blackpool helped get their lives back on track.

Best friends Louise West, 34, and Steven Brown, 40, who described themselves jokingly as ‘the other Wills and Kate’, met the royal couple during a visit to Blackpool Central Library, where they heard about a number of mental health projects in the town.

One scheme was Jobs, Friends and Houses, which helps ex-offenders to transform and better their lives with around-the-clock support to help them find employment and provide accommodation.

Ms West told William and Kate how she became addicted to drugs from the age of 13 but had not used for two years.

She said she left Oldham where she was a victim of domestic violence to go to Blackpool near her mother.

The Duchess was pictured shielding herself against the rain with a large umbrella as she hoisted her box bag underneath her arms to wave at the waiting crowds in Blackpool

The Duchess was pictured shielding herself against the rain with a large umbrella as she hoisted her box bag underneath her arms to wave at the waiting crowds in Blackpool

Seen: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge waves as he arrives in Blackpool ahead of a busy day in the seaside town, visiting a series of charities

Seen: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge waves as he arrives in Blackpool ahead of a busy day in the seaside town, visiting a series of charities

Pictured: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arriving at Blackpool Tower, where they will join a round table briefing about the town's recent history and challenges

Pictured: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arriving at Blackpool Tower, where they will join a round table briefing about the town’s recent history and challenges

The Duchess, seen leaving the Blackpool Tower, will then join members involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ charity programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents

The Duchess was pictured shielding herself against the rain with a large umbrella as she hoisted her box bag underneath her arms to wave at the waiting crowds in Blackpool

The Duchess, seen leaving the Blackpool Tower, will then join members involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ charity programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents

She said she was working on her recovery every day but she had started to enjoy life and had even sat her GCSEs at the same time as her daughter.

With her 17-year-old daughter at sixth form college, Ms West said she would like to study psychology in the future.

Ms West told the couple: ‘Somebody said to me that meeting the royals would be one the highlights of your life but the highlight for me was recently when I dropped my daughter off at her friend’s house and she asked me to come in and meet her friend’s parents.

‘That had never happened before she was embarrassed to walk past me in the street in Oldham when I was six-and-half stone.’

Kate asked her: ‘What’s your main message to people?’

Ms West replied: ‘Any addict can get clean and stay clean.’

Mr Brown told the duke and duchess he used drugs from the age of 12, was in prison for the first time at 17 and had been in and out of prisons for 20 years.

He said: ‘I was being a nightmare for the police if I’m honest because I was a prolific offender in Blackpool.

‘When I came out of prison I was put in hostels. Some of them are really rough and people are using in there.

‘In 2009, my brother bought a bag of heroin. It was laced with anthrax and he died. I tried to commit suicide.

‘I would commit crime when I got out of prison and would hurt my family. I didn’t know people could get clean in Blackpool.’

The Duchess of Cambridge was presented with a bouquet of flowers during a walkabout on the rainy promenade, kneeling down to thank the little girls

The Duchess of Cambridge was presented with a bouquet of flowers during a walkabout on the rainy promenade, kneeling down to thank the little girls

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is presented with a bouquet of flowers during a walkabout on March 06, 2019 in Blackpool

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is presented with a bouquet of flowers during a walkabout on March 06, 2019 in Blackpool

The Duchess of Cambridge speaks to members of the public as she leaves Blackpool Tower after she and the Duke of Cambridge joined a round table briefing about the town's recent history and challenges

The Duchess of Cambridge speaks to members of the public as she leaves Blackpool Tower after she and the Duke of Cambridge joined a round table briefing about the town’s recent history and challenges

Hoards of crowds watched as Kate and Wiliam met a few select children on the promenade, though one little boy came over shy during the big moment

Hoards of crowds watched as Kate and Wiliam met a few select children on the promenade, though one little boy came over shy during the big moment

William said: ‘It is a vicious circle and it is how do you break that circle. Was reaching rock bottom after your brother, what was the realisation?

Mr Brown said: ‘I have had loads of rock bottoms. Most of my friends had died.

‘I had had enough one day in prison and made the decision for the first time in my life to stop taking drugs.

William told the pair: ‘I am so proud of you guys, We will never truly understand what you have been through but you should take great strength from where you are now.’

The royal couple also learned more about Blackpool’s A Better Start programme, one of five such 10-year projects in the UK funded by the National Lottery Community Fund.

Merle Davies, the director of Blackpool’s Centre for Early Child Development discussed the impact of long-term investment in mothers, fathers and children in their early years. 

Meanwhile Kate and William’s joint engagement came as Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, made a surprise appearance on stage at children’s charity WE Day’s star-studded event in London’s Wembley today.

The Duke of Sussex made a speech on stage, cheered on by his pregnant wife, who looked business chic in black skinny jeans and a navy blazer. 

The Princes and their wives have had a busy week of engagements, and were pictured together for the first time since Christmas as they celebrated Prince Charles’ fifty years of service at a Buckingham Palace reception thrown by the Queen yesterday. 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were seen leaving the famous Blackpool Tower as they were greeted by waiting crowds

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were seen leaving the famous Blackpool Tower as they were greeted by waiting crowds

Prince William appeared particularly intrigued with multiple sticks of rock candy gifted to him, a tradition in most seaside towns

Prince William appeared particularly intrigued with multiple sticks of rock candy gifted to him, a tradition in most seaside towns

William appeared animated as he spoke during a community meeting during a visit to Blackpool Tower with Kate on Wednesday

William appeared animated as he spoke during a community meeting during a visit to Blackpool Tower with Kate on Wednesday

Kate opted for a touch of blusher, bold brows and  olive eyeshadow to match her green Michael Kors coat as she greeted members of the public

Kate opted for a touch of blusher, bold brows and  olive eyeshadow to match her green Michael Kors coat as she greeted members of the public

Double acts! Kate and William's joint engagement came as Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, made a surprise appearance on stage at children's charity WE Day's star-studded event in London's Wembley today

Double acts! Kate and William’s joint engagement came as Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, made a surprise appearance on stage at children’s charity WE Day’s star-studded event in London’s Wembley today

The Princes and their wives have had a busy week of engagements, and were pictured together for the first time since Christmas as they celebrated Prince Charles' fifty years of service at a Buckingham Palace reception thrown by the Queen yesterday

The Princes and their wives have had a busy week of engagements, and were pictured together for the first time since Christmas as they celebrated Prince Charles’ fifty years of service at a Buckingham Palace reception thrown by the Queen yesterday

 

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