William ‘exploded’ at Donald Trump’s comments on topless photo of Kate


Photographs of Kate were published in the French magazine Closer in 2012.

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The Princess of Wales during a visit to Carrickfergus (Image: Getty)

“Who wouldn’t take Kate’s picture and make lots of money if she does the nude sunbathing thing. Come on Kate!”

According to Newsweek, Christopher Andersen’s upcoming biography The King: The Life of Charles III reveals that the tweet sparked “torrents of profanity” from Charles, William and Harry.

Mr Anderson wrote: “Trump’s criticism of Kate resulted in what one Clarence House butler referred to as ‘torrents of profanity’ from both Prince Charles and his sons.”

Kate and William were granted £91,000 in damages in 2017 over publication of the pictures.

Kate and Prince William want ‘more bang for their buck’

The Prince and Princess of Wales have pushed their mental health initiative even further with a new PR strategy, it has been claimed.

Kate and Prince William visited the seaside town of Scarborough on Thursday to launch funding to support young people’s mental health.

The Prince of Wales described how providing services throughout the community and talking are “crucial” in dealing with the “mental health issues that many, many people face”.

But their visit was a “significant moment” for the royals, royal correspondent Richard Palmer has claimed.


Kate and William in Scarborough (Image: Getty)

When is the coronation of King Charles III?

King Charles III will be crowned at London’s Westminster Abbey in May in a ceremony set to follow the traditional pageantry used for anointing monarchs over the last 1,000 years.

The Monarch, 73, automatically became king on the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth last month, but the grand coronation ceremony for him and his wife Camilla, will take place on Saturday, May 6.

Buckingham Palace has said previously in a statement: “The coronation will reflect the monarch’s role today and look towards the future, while being rooted in longstanding traditions and pageantry.”

The ceremony promises to be a solemn and religious event led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who is the spiritual head of the Anglican Communion.

Kings and queens of England, and later Britain and the United Kingdom, have been crowned at Westminster Abbey since William the Conqueror in 1066.

King Charles is the 41st monarch in a line stretching back to William and he will be the oldest monarch to be crowned.

His mother, who died aged 96 at her Scottish holiday home, holds the record for the longest reign at 70 years.

It is understood King Charles wants to scale down some of the customary grandeur around the coronation, mindful it would come as the country grapples with a cost-of-living crisis.

The palace said it would maintain the “core elements” of the traditional ceremony “while recognising the spirit of our times”.

Elizabeth II’s coronation as queen on June 2, 1953, was the first to be televised and was regarded as a milestone in modernising the monarchy.

The Abbey was the setting for Elizabeth’s funeral service and it was also where Charles’s son and now heir, Prince William, married his wife Kate.

Charles is king and head of state not only of the United Kingdom but of 14 other realms including Australia, Canada, Jamaica, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.


Charles, then Prince of Wales, reads the Queen’s speech next to her Imperial State Crown (Image: Getty)

Queen Maxima ‘knows how to dress for the season’ in ‘gorgeous’ £4,000 coat

Queen Maxima always looks impeccable whenever she steps out in public and last night was no exception.

The Queen of The Netherlands is not afraid to take fashion risks and wear eye-catching pieces.

Princess Alexia, Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Princess Amalia

Princess Alexia, Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Princess Amalia (Image: Getty)

Kate returns to host Christmas carol service in memory of Queen Elizabeth II

The Princess of Wales will return to host a special Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey which will pay tribute to the late Queen.

The celebratory event held on December 15 will honour the values Queen Elizabeth II demonstrated throughout her life, “including empathy, compassion and support for others”, broadcaster ITV said.

Inspirational guests from across the UK who share and personify those principles have been invited to the attend the service in recognition of their tireless efforts to help and care for those around them.

Hosted by Kate and supported by the Royal Foundation, ITV said the carol service will recognise and celebrate “the selfless efforts” of those across the UK and highlight “the remarkable impact that coming together to support others can have for us all”.

The broadcaster added it will “celebrate and showcase the joy that human connection can bring, forging friendships and strengthening communities, creating legacies of humility and kindness, whilst also providing relief and comfort in times of difficulty or loss.”

Members of the Royal Family will be among those attending, alongside guests ranging from those involved in grassroots community projects, charity workers and volunteers, to emergency responders and armed forces personnel.

The audience will also feature those who have worked in key areas of Kate’s work through The Royal Foundation, including those in roles relating to mental health, families and early development.

The service will combine both traditional and modern elements, “reaching people of all faiths and none”, ITV confirmed.

The Westminster Abbey choir will deliver the nations best-loved carols alongside readings and musical performances by a variety of special guests.

The celebratory event has been developed in partnership with Westminster Abbey and BBC Studios Events Productions and will air as part of a special ITV programme on Christmas Eve.

Katie Rawcliffe, ITV Head of Entertainment Commissioning, said: “It is a real honour to be the broadcast partner for the Royal Carols again this year. Viewers are in for a very special festive treat.”

Last year, the service included performances from British singer-songwriter Tom Walker, who was accompanied by Kate on the piano, and Leona Lewis.

TV presenter Kate Garraway also read a passage about love at Westminster Abbey during the royal carol service.

Royal Carols: Together At Christmas will air on Christmas Eve on ITV and ITVX.


Kate at the 2021 ‘Together at Christmas’ community carol service at Westminster Abbey (Image: Getty)


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