Prince William and Kate try their hands at shearing squirming sheep

Prince William and Kate try their hands at shearing squirming sheep

The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge broke with longstanding royal tradition to talk about politics when they visited a rural community in England on Tuesday.

Kate's Barbara Casasola dress featured a zip that ran from her stomach up to the neckline of the dress.

The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out on Wednesday in a summer-ready white off-the-shoulder dress and a pair of very Cinderella-esque sparkly silver Jimmy Choo pumps ($725, saksfifthavenue.com) with a matching silver clutch, leaving her hair in voluminous waves.

According to People magazine, the little girl and her sister were waiting for Kate to turn up wearing a Princess Elsa costume and had to be reassured by their father: "It's a princess".


As a patron of Action on Addiction, since 2012, Kate also delivered a speech to celebrate the work of the charity, while also meeting former clients of Action on Addiction who were cooking the food for last night's dinner. They helped head chef and owner Skye Gyngell to create the evening's meal.

Mr Irving added: "Then Kate was talking about her dog and she said, "Your dogs are so calm".

"They were really keen to know what was going on and we told them there were a lot of positive aspects of farming that don't get brought up.

I came in my pants and my coat because I'm going to see some sheep", Middleton says in response.


When she begins at Thomas's Battersea, Charlotte will have another familiar face in the school yard.

"We are delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided that Princess Charlotte will join her elder brother, Prince George, at Thomas's Battersea", he said. "I was really impressed".

Action on Addiction builds communities of recovery for individuals and families by developing the best quality and most effective residential and community-based addiction treatment services in the United Kingdom and promoting self-help, peer-to-peer support, and community cohesion. "It also lends direct support to the children and families affected by addiction for as long as it takes".


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