Prince William and Prince Harry played in a game of football at Castle Rising, Sandringham, Norfolk over Christmas. The princes, who are staying at nearby Sandringham for Christmas with the Queen and other members of the Royal Family, joined estate workers and villagers, who divided themselves into two teams. Prince William in the Red and White Team and Prince Harry was in the White Team final score 2-2.
Kate Middelton does a bang up job of proving that there’s more to fashion than outrageously priced clothing while attending the Gary Barlow concert held at the Royal Albert Hall and benefiting the Foundation Of Prince William And Prince Harry.
Middleton chose a universally flattering black lace cocktail dress, which she got from the retail store Zara and paired it with black tights, a black bolero style cardigan and black pumps, giving the overall look a dainty, ladylike finish.
Kate posed for photos on the red carpet solo, taking up all the spotlight and giving her fans an followers something to talk about.
However, once she finished on the red carpet, she is joined by Prince William to be escorted into the theater in order to enjoy the Gary Barlow concert. What a fantastic night, indeed.
Prince Harry has hung up his party shoes and put on his combat boots and headed to the front lines in Afghanistan. Everyone involved, even his comrades, were sworn to secrecy when he was deployed 10 weeks ago. Harry, who is third in line to the throne serves with the Blues and Royals as part of a group called the JTAC. “As far as I’m concerned I’m out here as a normal JTAC on the ground and not as Prince Harry” he said. The red-headed son of the late Princess Diana, adds “At the end of the day I like to sort of be a normal person, and for once I think this is about as normal as I’m ever going to get.”
Concerns are high following the announcement that Britain’s Prince Harry, is being deployed to Iraq with his Blues and Royals regiment. The The Ministry of Defence and Clarence House issued unprecedented warnings to the media regarding speculation about Harry, known in the army as Cornet Wales, speculations that could jeopardise his life and those of the soldiers serving with him.
Royal officials announced yesterday that the 22-year-old, who is third in line to the throne behind his father and older brother Prince William, would fight for his country and is expected to set out as early as April for a six-month tour.