Duchess of Cambridge reveals Princess Charlotte has a 'feisty' side

It has been a busy week for the Duchess, who was a prominent figure at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations over the weekend - attending both Trooping the Colour and Sunday's Patron's Lunch on the Mall.

The insider revealed that Prince William and Kate Middleton will be welcoming twins to their growing family.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to make their first appearance at Royal Ascot today.

Vigils have been taking place across the world, with thousands of LGBT people and allies taking to the streets to show solidarity. "Granny, thank you for everything you've done for your family. We could not wish you a happier birthday".

And to prove her commitment to the cause, she hosted a charity event and chatted with athletes including Tanni-Grey Thompson and Sharron Davies.

Those hoping for a first visit to Northern Ireland by Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be left disappointed as the children are staying at home on this occasion.

"He saw me taking selfies", said Mrs Hyndman, who works in a coffee shop in Coleraine. The royal trio delighted well-wishers as they walked the Mall greeting as many members of the public as possible.

A Daily Star report said that a close pal of the couple had already decided that Kate Middleton will not accompany Prince William in the games.

The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge will present trophies to the winners of two Stakes.

"It was just the best day we ever had".

Pendleton, who wore a homemade hat and a Paul Smith dress, said: "Everything has changed now I have got a bit more of an understanding of what I'm looking at".

Amanda admits she recently "fell in love" with an L.K. Bennett "Addison" silk dress that she wore when President Obama visited Kensington Palace - but it was out of stock. The event was organized by Peter Philips, Her Majesty's eldest grandson.

  • Jack Mann