New photos of the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George feature on the cover of German People Magazine. Gerts Royals discovered the cover and revealed the publication is relatively new - with its first issue coming out in March.
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The images were reportedly taken at Snettisham Park - a 329-acre working farm and petting zoo near the family's country home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk. The pair appeared to be having a lovely time with George, who turns two later this month, playing on the slides and tractors. Christin kindly shared scans and alerted us to the photos.
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Kate and George are frequent visitors and were photographed there in April enjoying an afternoon out.
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Snettisham Park , incorporating Park Farm, first opened to the public in 1986, and is a working Norfolk farm growing wheat for animal feed, malting barley, sugar beet and grass, grazed by a 400 ewe flock, red deer herd, and horses and ponies from the stables. It's a lovely time of year to visit and Prince George clearly adores his visits to the farm.
The Duchess opted for a casual yet stylish look, wearing a plaid checked shirt by Zara (with thanks to WWKD). The 100% cotton piece is currently sold out, but it originally retailed for £30, before going on sale for £20. Kate's sister Pippa has been photographed wearing similar plaid shirts by the brand too.
Plaid shirts have been everywhere over the past few years and there's an array of choices by popular brand Rails for those wishing to Repli-Kate. Below we see the Rails Carmen Plaid Shirt, the Hunter Shirt and the Britt Plaid Shirt.
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Kate wore her favourite Le Chameau Leather Lined 'Vierzonord' Wellington Boots. They are available in most sizes for £165 at Country Attire (receive 10% off if you sign up for the newsletter). They're also in stock at Harrods.
The Duchess accessorised with her Cartier Ballon Bleu watch.
Kate wore her hair in a bun and completed the look with her signature skinny jeans, mostly likely by Topshop or J Brand.
Next, the timings for Princess Charlotte's christening on Sunday have been released. The christening will begin at 4.30 pm and the gates outside St Mary Magdalene Church will be open to the public at 3 pm.
Interesting info for those wishing to attend from the Western Daily Press:
'Norfolk Police said that anybody wishing to join the celebrations should arrive in time for gates to the paddock outside the church opening at 3pm. The ceremony is due to start at 4.30pm.
Superintendent Kevin Clarke said: "With this being such a special occasion we are expecting the area to be extremely busy on Sunday and encourage the public to heed our advice so they can enjoy the event safely."
Car parking will be available but large crowds are expected.
"People are asked to consider their arrival time carefully as they could be queuing for some time in warm temperatures with limited refreshments and facilities in the area," a spokesman added.'
Any well-wishers who bring flowers will have them collected and they will be donated to Kate's patronage East Anglia's Children's Hospices.
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£5 commemorative coins to mark Princess Charlotte's christening have been unveiled. The coin features two harp-playing cherubs encircled by swags of lilies. The Queen, William, Kate and Chancellor George Osborne all approved the design, which was created to by engraver John Bergdahl "to symbolise the link between the royal siblings".
You can pre-order yours here.
We've been very much hoping to see Kate at Wimbledon this year and were delighted to hear the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will watch the quarter-finals at Centre Court next Wednesday.
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Kate's parents Michael and Carole Middleton were among the guests in the royal box at Centre Court today.
Of course, Kate's love of tennis extends beyond watching the sport. She is also a keen player too, which is why it came as no surprise to hear the Cambridges are planning to revamp the old tennis court at Anmer Hall.
More from the Mirror's story:
'The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have submitted plans to revamp the crumbling old tennis court at their country mansion. The proposed designs show that the existing tennis court that has fallen into disrepair will be removed and replaced with a 3.65 hectare tennis court AstroTurf.
It will also be located on a new site further away from Anmer Hall, the royal couple's secluded 10-bedroom Georgian country house in Norfolk, - which will "improve the views" across the acres of rolling fields.'
A look at proposed plans.
The proposal reads: "The current Tennis Court needs extensive work to resurface and we have been advised that to resurface we need to remove all the existing Court and start again."
Finally, readers will be familiar with Scot Web, as the Duchess has worn their Artisan Hand-Woven Spun Silk Scarf on several occasions during trips to Scotland.
The brand has started an exciting kickstarter campaign offering customers the chance to purchase cashmere scarves worth £240 for £75.
More from the website:
'We’re launching CLAN with an incredible offer for our favourite product: the fabulous extra large Scottish cashmere scarf with ripple finish. As you'll know, Scotland is famous for producing the world's finest cashmere. And it just doesn't get more luxurious than this. It's sumptuously cosy, stunningly gorgeous.'
A look at the beautiful scarf.
Are you all excited for Sunday's christening? It will be splendid to see the family of four together publicly for the first time!