Today, Kensington Palace announced that the Cambridges are expecting a new addition to the family — royal baby number 2!
Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting their second child.
The Queen and members of both families are delighted with the news.
As with her first pregnancy, The Duchess is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum. Her Royal Highness will no longer accompany The Duke of Cambridge on their planned engagement in Oxford today. The Duchess of Cambridge is being treated by doctors at Kensington Palace.
— Kensington Palace
A huge congratulations to the growing family! (And hopes that Kate gets well soon!)
Though his parents may drive me a bit bonkers sometimes, Prince George never ceases to make me chuckle. Those cheeks! That attitude!
More photos of Prince George and Kate out for a stroll in the park from PopSugar.
Before Kate started doing it with Prince George, Crown Princess was, and has been, dressing her sweet daughter Estelle that match the outfits she herself once wore as a wee babe.
Without sounding too much like my mom… I must say, this is one royal trend I can get behind. It also helps that the dresses Victoria once wore were absolutely precious.
I’m not completely sure, but I think Victoria has replicates of her dresses made, I don’t think they are the original. But I could be wrong…
Nonetheless, the two share an uncanny resemblance, and have similar sassy personalities!(Source.)
Since his birth, or perhaps, even before, there’s been tons of speculation as to whether Prince George looks more like his mom, the Duchess of Cambridge, or his dad, Prince William. Lately it seems more and more media outlets have been leaning toward him looking like Prince William.
I’m not convinced. (This wasn’t even a little bit challenging…)
While Prince George and Prince William as a tot both have similar body language (lots of wiggling!), and wear similar outfits (I’m all about classic baby looks, Prince George’s look is timeless chic…), I personally think he looks like a Middleton.
What do you think?
When asked about his nephew recently, Prince Harry said, “He’s growing up. He is walking, and he has big, chubby cheeks. He looks like a young Winston Churchill.”
Before his first birthday, Prince George has graced more covers than days in the year. He’s certainly giving the Kardashians a run for their money, and for that, we are oh-so-grateful. We prefer perusing glossy pages with this cute prince’s mug to any Kardashian any day.
Below are some a few of I managed to roundup–though there are heaps more, in many more languages, too. But these are mostly UK/USA based…
With Prince George’s first birthday being tomorrow (!), what’s a better way to celebrate than a London-inspired gift guide the Prince would surely approve. Perfect picks for the wee Prince or Princess in your life.
Starting from bottom left going clockwise
- Silver Cross Kensington Pram Stroller White & Navy (www.silvercrossus.com) – $2,750 The Kensington pram is perfect for parents who prefer a traditional pram, but value the convenience of a detachable body and folding chassis. Each Kensington pram is handmade in Yorkshire using traditional methods and feature a polished chrome chassis, hand stitched fabrics and hand painted fine line detailing.
- Boys London Tee W/ Short (www.magnificentbaby.com) – $21 It’s London! Big Ben, a Double Decker Bus and the Eye all appear here on a marine blue Jersey Tee. The tee pairs perfectly with the lightly striped shorts.
- London Bus Stroller Toy – Mini Red Bus (us.mamasandpapas.com) – $13 Mini red London bus stroller and car seat toy is a soft and colorful travel toy designed to entertain your baby whilst out and about.
- Harrods Guardsman Bear (www.harrods.com) – $35 Adorably smart, this guardsman bear is ready to report for duty. Equally at home guarding the palace or sitting pretty in your home, he is a real national treasure.
- Uncle Goose Classic ABC Blocks from J.Crew (www.jcrew.com) – $36 Fun to stack, they also help build strength, improve hand-eye coordination, teach spatial relationships, develop math and reading skills and more—it’s no wonder they’re considered the original educational toy.
- This is London (www.amazon.com) – $15 Illustrator M Sasek shares his impressions of London with its beautiful buildings, historic monuments, bridges, parks, shops and Piccadilly Circus, black cabs, Horse Guards, and famed Underground.