Pippa Middleton To Receive Title After Marrying James Matthews The Duchess Of Cambridge's little sister will soon get a title of her very own, all thanks to her new fiancé. The 32-year-old party planner and author confirmed her engagement to hedge fund manager James Matthews on July 19 and has been spotted flashing her art deco-style engagement ring ever since. Close-up of Pippa Middleton's engagement ring taken outside of her home in London on July 21.
How One Photographer Captures the Changing Seasons—From 500 Feet in the Air If you happen to be in Gdynia, Poland, and you hear a buzzing above your head, don't worry—it's probably just photographer Kacper Kowalski flying by. The former architect has taken to the skies for his art, capturing little vignettes of the world below. His work is the subject of a new exhibition, "Fade to White: Photographs by Kacper Kowalski," at the Curator Gallery in New York, curated by former Life editor-in-chief Bill Shapiro. With their unique perspective, the aerial photographs show seemingly abstracted representations of their subjects—which range from trees to trains to skiers—but a closer examination reveals familiar details. We sat down with Kowalski to discuss his transition from architecture to photography, his methodology, and what's next for him. 520 West 23rd Street; thecuratorgallery.com
Canada Royal Visit 2016: Prince William, Kate Middleton To Tour B.C., Yukon This Fall The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have accepted an invitation to visit Canada this fall, the governor general announced. "Their Royal Tour will take them to the beautiful province of British Columbia and the scenic territory of Yukon. Our true Canadian pride and spirit will shine and be at the very heart of this visit so they can feel at home," said David Johnston in a news release Wednesday. Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, laugh during their visit to St Thomas' Hospital in London on March 10, 2016. (Photo: Toby Meville/Reuters)
9 reasons Shropshire is the best place to spend Christmas Surrounded by glorious countryside yet accessible from pretty much anywhere, Shropshire has it all. Here are nine reasons why the ‘shire is the best place to be this Christmas. 1. Ludlow Tweed Bike Ride Prince George and Princess Charlotte will join Prince William and Kate on tour of Canada Following the news that Prince William and Kate will tour Canada in the autumn, it's been confirmed that the doting parents will be joined by their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte! The Cambridges will embark on their week-long tour on 24 September. The trip marks their first official tour abroad as a family-of-four, and we previously revealed what royal fans can expect from what is set to be William and Kate's most exciting foreign engagement yet. Prince William and Kate will be joined by George and Charlotte for their tour of Canada A statement confirming the exciting news from their press office read: "I am very pleased to confirm that they will bring their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, with them to Canada. They have received so many wonderful messages from Canadians since the birth of their children and look forward to having the chance to introduce their young family to the country."
Duchess Of Cambridge Steps Out In Jenny Packham For Start Of Royal Tour In B.C. Few people — if ever — have travel wear as camera-ready as Kate Middleton. The Duchess of Cambridge and her family arrived in Canada Saturday for a royal tour of British Columbia and Yukon. And like always, she did so with elegance and flare. The royal family descend the plane for their 2016 royal visit to British Columbia and Yukon. (Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images) Kate Middleton crouches on the tarmac in Victoria. Princess Charlotte Walking And Talking Is Absolutely Adorable Princess Charlotte and her big brother, Prince George, were treated to a private party on Thursday during their family's tour of Canada. The little ones delighted in the balloons and bubbles, while all of us delighted in how adorable they are. And we couldn't help but notice that the youngest royal is walking and talking now. Princess Charlotte plays with balloons during a children's party at Government House in Victoria, B.C. As soon as the family arrived, Charlotte wanted to get down to run on the grass towards the balloon archway.
Royal Parenting Trick We All Need To Try If you watch the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their children as they tour Canada, you'll notice they have one consistent parenting trick: kneeling down to talk to them. Prince William talks to son, George, after the preschooler runs away from him during a visit to the Royal international air tattoo. Experts agree crouching down and talking to children eye-to-eye is a form of "active listening," which can boost self-esteem and encourage communication. Prince George And Princess Charlotte, Canadians Want Their Hearts Back The British royals' visit to Canada is over, and Prince George and Princess Charlotte have left a massive, gaping, hole where our hearts once were. From the moment they stepped off the plane, the royal brother and sister reduced Canadians to mush, and it's going to take some time to recover: George, that time you left our prime minister hanging — instant classic:
The Queen, Prince Charles, William and George pose for new postage stamp Perched proudly on a pile of foam blocks, but holding Daddy's hand just in case, Prince George poses for his very first postage stamp alongside his father, his grandfather – and the great-grandmother whose face has appeared on more stamps than anyone in history. Ahead of the Queen's 90th birthday tomorrow, the Royal Mail has released this historic image. It is the scene on a new sheet of four commemorative First Class stamps. Family: Perched proudly on a pile of foam blocks, but holding daddy's hand just in case, Prince George poses for his very first postage stamp alongside his father, his grandfather – and the great-grandmother whose face has appeared on more stamps than anyone in history
Prince George steals the show as Kate, Wills and the children wave farewell to Canada With a smile and a wave, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today bade farewell to Canada alongside their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The family, who have just undertaken a successful eight-day tour of the country, arrived at Victoria Harbour Airport and took a float plane out of the city at 4pm local time. The Cambridge’s trip will be George and Charlotte's last overseas tour for some time. Sources close to the family say their decision to bring their children was a ‘one-off’ and that the Prince and Princess are unlikely to accompany their parents on another official overseas tour for several years so they can enjoy a ‘normal childhood’. Despite excitedly waving to the adoring crowds, a bored Prince George looked happy to be heading home as he pressed his nose up against the family’s seaplane window.
Prince William and Harry s sweet tribute to Diana Bang Showbiz - New Idea Britain's Prince William and Harry will mark the 20th anniversary of their mother's death with a memorial garden. The handsome royals will commemorate the passing of their mum Princess Diana, who died in a car crash in 1997, by planting a garden of blooms at Kensington Palace in London next year to mark two decades since she was sadly taken. PHOTOS: Princess Diana's most iconic moments PHOTOS: 10 times Wills and George were the most adorable father-son duo ever