On the 13th of July 2017, Kate as patron of the National History Museum, attended an evening reception to officially open the new Hintze Hall. The Hall opens to the public on the 14th of July after 6 months of refurbishment, including the addition of diving blue whale skeleton, called Hope, which replaces Dippy Skeleton.
On the 13th of May 2017, Kate and William, with Harry, hosted a children’s garden Party at Buckingham Palace, called Party at the Palace. Children attending the party, had lost a parent serving in the armed forces. Included in the Invitation was a handwritten letter from Prince Harry and Train Tickets.
On the 11th of May, Kate visited Luxembourg for a day on engagement. Throughout her day, Kate was accompanied by Princess Stephanie, Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg. Kate and Princess Stephanie, were given posy’s by Six-year old twins Gabriel and Charles, when they started Kate’s visit at Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art (MUDAM), where… Continue reading Luxembourg
On the 1st of May 2017, Kensington Palace released the much hoped for photo of Charlotte. The photo was taken by Kate, in April, in Anmer Hall.
On the 18th of April, William attended a screening of the documentary “Mind Over Marathon, which will be shown on BBC One on the 20th of April at 9pm. The screening which took place in the BBC Broadcasting House in London, attended by runners who feature in the programme.
On the 16th of April 2017, The Cambridge’s attended Easter service in Windsor for the first time. The service took place in St. George’s Chapel, located in the lower ward of the castle.
On the 5th of April, Kate and William, with Harry attended a service of hope in Westminster Abbey. The service followed after the Westminster Attacks, which killed 5 including PC Keith Palmer and injured around fifty people.