And here is the Sussexes Christmas card too!
Many might remember The Duchess of Sussex's dress from her wedding reception back in May. Taken by Chris Allerton, the newlywed couple is seen watching the fireworks after their wedding on 19th May at Frogmore House.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will move in to Frogmore Cottage next year, which is in the grounds of Frogmore Estate.
Meghan wore a Stella McCartney gown.
The Cambridges Christmas Card has been released!
It was taken by Matt Porteous at Anmer Hall. Fortunately, as much as we liked the September shoot by Chris Jackson for Prince Charles' birthday, this one is from a new shoot. I'm betting it was taken in October.
For those who send a letter to Their Royal Highness, this will be the image you will receive in return.
Charlotte is so cute in this picture! And George & Louis too!!! I'll update this post when we get info on the outfits.
In August 1859, Albert fell seriously ill with stomach cramps. He had an accidental brush with death during a trip to Coburg in the autumn of 1860, when he was driving alone in a carriage drawn by four horses that suddenly bolted. As the horses continued to gallop toward a stationary wagon waiting at a railway crossing, Albert jumped for his life from the carriage. One of the horses was killed in the collision, and Albert was badly shaken, though his only physical injuries were cuts and bruises. He confided in his brother and eldest daughter that he had sensed his time had come.
In March 1861, Victoria's mother and Albert's aunt, the Duchess of Kent, died and Victoria was grief-stricken; Albert took on most of the Queen's duties, despite continuing to suffer with chronic stomach trouble. The last public event he presided over was the opening of the Royal Horticultural Gardens on 5 June 1861. In August, Victoria and Albert visited the Curragh Camp, Ireland, where the Prince of Wales was doing army service. At the Curragh, the Prince of Wales was introduced, by his fellow officers, to Nellie Clifden, an Irish actress.
By November, Victoria and Albert had returned to Windsor, and the Prince of Wales had returned to Cambridge, where he was a student. Two of Albert's young cousins, brothers King Pedro V of Portugal and Prince Ferdinand, died of typhoid fever within 5 days of each other in early November. On top of this news, Albert was informed that gossip was spreading in gentlemen's clubs and the foreign press that the Prince of Wales was still involved with Nellie Clifden. Albert and Victoria were horrified by their son's indiscretion, and feared blackmail, scandal or pregnancy. Although Albert was ill and at a low ebb, he travelled to Cambridge to see the Prince of Wales on 25 November to discuss his son's indiscreet affair. In his final weeks Albert suffered from pains in his back and legs. ⠀
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