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    Kate Middleton's red carpet embrace with Prince Charles shows their genuine love for each other and her role as his 'emotional' support, a body language expert has claimed.  The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, joined Charles, 72, Camilla, 74, and her husband Prince William to meet 007 star Daniel Craig and other cast members including Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux and Lashana Lynch at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Royal sources said the outing of Charles, Camilla, William and Kate could herald a ‘new era’ of collaboration and solidarity between the future king and his eldest son. And it appeared Kate and Charles were closer than ever, with the pair sharing a close embrace on the red carpet.  Body language expert Judi James told FEMAIL the Duchess had stepped into a 'much closer and more emotionally comforting role' in the Prince's life in recent months, saying: 'We see very few PDAs involving Charles unless it’s from his eternally spontaneously tactile niece Zara. Kate Middleton's red carpet embrace with Prince Charles shows their genuine love for each other and her role as his 'emotional'...
    Royal fans have hailed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge 'class acts' for their response to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's baby news.  Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor was born on Friday 4, weighing 7lbs 11oz at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, Prince Harry, 36 and Meghan Markle, 39, revealed on the website of their Archwell Foundation yesterday.  Prince William, 38, and Kate Middleton, 39, were among the first members of the royal family to congratulate the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the birth of their daughter, taking to social media to say they were 'delighted' with the news.  Royal fans said parents-of-three Kate and William were being 'class acts' and were 'taking the high road' for extending an olive branch to Harry after a year of tensions between the two brothers, and Meghan telling Oprah that Kate had made her cry during a row over flower girl dresses.    Royal fans praised the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, pictured in Scotland on May 26, for celebrating the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's daughter Lilibet on social media yesterday...
    Vaccination rates fall to new lows; Mississippi last in nation for fully vaccinated people: Live COVID-19 updates Pakistan train accident: Dozens killed in crash in Sindh province © Chris Jackson/Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Chris Jackson/Getty Images Kate and William congratulated Meghan and Harry on the birth of their daughter. The couple welcomed Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor on Friday. The Cambridges didn't use the Sussexes' official titles in their social media posts. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge publicly congratulated the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the arrival of their daughter, Lili. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor to the family on Friday in Santa Barbara, California, and announced the news on Sunday. "We are all delighted by the happy news of the arrival of baby Lili. Congratulations to Harry, Meghan, and Archie," Prince William and Kate Middleton wrote on Instagram, alongside a photo of the couple and Archie, taken during Markle's pregnancy. A post...
    There was surprise and delight when the royals issued public birthday greetings to little Archie on social media as he turned two this week. Behind the scenes, however, palace officials found themselves in an uncomfortable position after finding they didn't have an up-to-date picture of Harry and Meghan's son to accompany their posts. In the end they were forced to use press photos taken just after he was born and from his official christening pictures, highlighting just how little he has seen of his British family. In fact, the Daily Mail understands, the toddler – who now speaks with a distinct American accent – has seen his grandfather, the Prince of Wales, only twice since he was born.  It is understood the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge can also count their meetings with him 'easily on one hand'. The Daily Mail understands, Harry and Meghan's son Archie – who now speaks with a distinct American accent – has seen his grandfather, the Prince of Wales, only twice since he was born The Sussexes rarely left their Windsor home...
    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children will develop a close bond with their cousin Archie Mountbatten-Windsor later on in their lives, a royal author has claimed. Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine and author of Prince Philip Revealed: A Man of His Century, suggested Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, are likely to build a relationship with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's son despite the apparent rift between their parents. She told the Express that the cousins will value each other because it is 'difficult for royal family members to form friendships outside' the Firm.  Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, live with their son Archie, one, in a $14.7million home in Santa Barbara, California.   The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children (pictured) will develop a close bond with their cousin Archie Mountbatten-Windsor later on in their lives, a royal author has claimed.  The Duchess of Sussex with her baby son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor in September 2019 in South Africa Ms Seward said: 'I am sure Diana would have wanted her sons' offspring to be friends...
    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge gave 'very authentic glimpses into their relationship to boost morale' during their whistle-stop royal train tour of the UK, a body language expert has claimed.  Speaking to FEMAIL, Judi James suggested the 'gentle touches of affection' and the 'looks of love' shared between Prince William and Kate, both 38, during their engagements around the country showcased a sense of 'warmth and fun'. The royal couple embarked on a 48-hour journey across Britain on the royal train on Sunday, visiting cities including Edinburgh, Manchester and Cardiff, to pay tribute in person to people that went above and beyond in response to the Covid-19 crisis. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge gave 'very authentic glimpses into their relationship to boost morale' during their whistle-stop royal train tour of the UK, a body language expert has claimed. Pictured, the couple in Bath Judi commented: 'There has been a relaxing of the body language rituals of William and Kate recently and it does appear to date back from Megxit, after which the remaining top-tier royals suddenly put in an effort to appear...
    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will meet the Queen for a heart-warming family engagement at the end of a nationwide 'Christmas Express' tour on the royal train, starting today. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will also be present at Tuesday's event, offering a show of unity from senior members of the Royal Family for people and organisations across the country who have gone 'above and beyond' in response to the coronavirus pandemic. William and Kate left Euston Station on board the Royal Train tonight for the first of nine stops on their whirlwind 48 hour, 1,250-mile tour across England, Scotland and Wales first thing in the morning. It was a royal departure like no other and even featured a special performance from 80s pop star Shakin' Stevens who performed his perennial festive favourite, 'Merry Christmas Everyone' for transport workers at the station. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will meet the Queen for a heart-warming family engagement at the end of a nationwide 'Christmas Express' tour on the royal train, starting today William...
    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex in 2017. Chris Jackson/Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dropped Prince Harry's "Duke of Sussex" title from their official birthday message to the royal.  While other royals, including the Queen and Prince Charles, addressed Harry as the Duke of Sussex in their birthday messages, Prince William and Kate Middleton simply called him "Prince Harry." Some royal fans and public figures, including Piers Morgan, have been urging Harry to stop using his dukedom after he signed on as a documentary and TV producer for Netflix. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.   The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose not to address Prince Harry by his royal title just days after fans called for the Queen to revoke it. Prince William and Kate Middleton wished Harry a happy 36th birthday on Twitter on Tuesday. But instead of referring to him as "The Duke of Sussex" like the Queen and Prince Philip and Prince Charles and Camilla in their social media tributes, they simply called him...
    Kate Middleton has shared a third photograph of her husband playing in the garden with their three children to mark Father’s Day and Prince William’s 38th birthday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge last night released two photos, both taken by Kate at their Norfolk home of Anmer Hall, that capture the playful, loving bond between the prince and his children, Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.  Today the couple shared a third photo from the series as a way to thank well-wishers for their kind messages on the Duke's birthday.  The photo is the most candid of the lot and shows the Duke laughing as he cuddles all three of his children on the ground. Charlotte has her arms wrapped around her father's neck while Prince George laughs on the floor by his side.  Prince Louis, clearly delighted with the horse play, jumps on top of his big brother, with his head butting into his father's chest.  Kate Middleton has shared a third photograph of her husband playing in the garden with their three children...
    Giggling uncontrollably, three young siblings pile on to their beaming dad in joyous horseplay. The gorgeous photograph is the latest to be taken by the Duchess of Cambridge, and has been released to mark Father’s Day and William’s 38th birthday, both of which fall today. It clearly shows the playful, loving bond between the family, and how the Duke is revelling in the role that has been the making of him – fatherhood. Another new image – on our front page – reinforces that, with William cuddling two-year-old Louis on his knee while Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince George, six, lark around them. The swing they are sitting on has significance for Father’s Day, too, as it was a wedding present from Prince Charles. The photograph shows the three siblings giggling uncontrollably and piling on to a beaming Prince William The happy normality, away from the trappings and travails of Royalty, is reflected in the high-street clothes they wear. Charlotte sports a pair of £10 John Lewis dungarees with a nautical striped T-shirt and rose-pink £24.99 Igor canvas shoes,...
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