Published: Mon, May 09, 2016
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Kate Middleton Glams Up Vogue Cover Party

She will then attend a short reception in the grounds of the historic royal residence and unveil a plaque to celebrate the garden's official opening.

The garden includes grottos, towers and a 25-foot sculpted dragon.

"A child at the event attended by the Duchess, nine-year-old Darcey, snitched on her conversation with Kate at the Art Gallery, saying, "[Kate] said she had a hamster, and Charlotte really likes it because the whiskers always tickle her face". Kensington Palace posted quite a few photos on Twitter and Instagram of Kate happily meeting with children who turned out with their parents or guardians to enjoy the new playground at Hampton Court Place.

As she opened a new children's play area at Hampton Court Palace, she told a schoolgirl that a regal rodent called Marvin had joined the Royal Household. "Royal watchers believe Kate doesn't want Prince George associating with commoner children".

Despite the warm early summer weather, Kate was wearing a thick blue coat by Michael Kors - an old favourite - teamed with sheer rights and nude shoes.

Peter Fonagy, Chief Executive of the Anna Freud Centre, said: "I am honoured that the Duchess of Cambridge has chosen to become a patron of the Anna Freud Centre".

According to a report from Celebrity Dirty Laundry, Prince William's wife and the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton have been worrying a lot about her body that she "thinks she's some kind of movie star and supermodel".

Allowing Princess Charlotte and Prince George to grow up with pets is a reportedly a sound decision by Kate Middleton and Prince William.

Asked what Kate was talking about as they browsed the exhibition, the gallery boss said: "She's really knowledgeable".

She met with people from the two organisations - the Gallery and the magazine - who have been working together on a collaboration for the 100th anniversary of British Vogue.

British Vogue editor-in-chief Alexander Shulman said the photos captured Kate's great sense of humor.

The royal family also has a dog named Lupo.

"She didn't want to be dressed as a fashion plate and was not keen to be shot in gala gowns and tiaras", reads a description in the magazine's June issue. Kate Middleton after all is an expert pet carer of sorts.

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