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Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge to move back to London

Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, are to move their family back to the British capital this year as they look to increase their official work on behalf of the Queen, Kensington Palace said Friday.

Royals snubbed by indigenous leader

A prominent indigenous leader has expressed his frustration with the Canadian government by failing to turn up to events featuring the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Monday and Tuesday.

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, president of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs, was due to join the couple on stage during the 10th anniversary celebrations at the University of British Columbia on Tuesday, but pulled out that morning.

Kate Middleton and Prince William officially announce royal tour of Canada in September

Kate Middleton and Prince William have announced their Royal Tour of Canada for the end of September, which will include their first official

Prince William got scolded by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince George's reaction is perfect

During last weekend's Trooping the Color shows, the famous family was tending to their royal duties when Prince William was caught getting in trouble by Queen Elizabeth II—and it was absolutely precious. The fully suited prince was seen crouching down to speak to his adorable son, Prince George on the Buckingham Palace balcony, while the rest of his kin were standing up to address the crowd.

Prince William becomes the first royal to appear on cover of a gay publication

His Royal Highness, The Duke of Cambridge, will be on the cover of Attitude magazine next month.

The Duke invited the magazine to Kensington Palace along with nine members of the LGBT+ community.

He said: "No-one should be bullied for their sexuality or any other reason."

William wanted to hear their stories of homophobic, bi-phobic and transphobic bullying around mental health and the impact it had on them.

Prince William's anti-illegal wildlife trade campaign backed by Obama

But when Prince William did, he urged them both to add their political muscle and influence to the ongoing fight against illegal wildlife trade.

And both world leaders must have felt William's passion for the cause as President Barack Obama and President Xi Jinping have issued a joint statement on their countries' aims to combat wildlife trafficking.

Kate Middleton looks gorgeous with new hairstyle

Her appearance marked the first time the 33-year-old Duchess of Cambridge has been seen in public since late July, when she attended the America's Cup World Series in England. It marked her first royal engagement since giving birth to Princess Charlotte, her and William's second child and first daughter, who is now 4 months old. There, she wore her hair in a ponytail.

On Sunday, she wore her long brown hair pinned back, with long bangs framing the sides of her face.

Prince William and Kate building new tennis court at Anmer Hall

The new tennis court will replace the previous, dilapidated court, but will be moved 36 feet further away from the house to "improve the views," according to the planning application's design statement submitted by the Sandringham Estate Office.

The process will require the cutting of 10 trees, but several more will be planted in replacement, and the project will not use public funds.

The update makes sense as Kate and Will are both tennis players and avid fans of the sport.

Prince George harassed by paparazzi

Be that as it may, Prince William and Kate Middleton's firstborn son is  still entitled to his privacy. As such, Jason Knauf, communications secretary at Kensington Palace, wrote a letter addressed to the international media Friday to prevent the publication of unauthorized photos of Princess Charlotte's brother.

Palace appeals to media to shun Prince George paparazzi pics

Kensington Palace, the official home of Prince William and his wife Kate, published a letter sent to media standards organizations, detailing recent incursions on the family's privacy. 

It said photographers have hidden in car trunks, obscured themselves in sand dunes, monitored the movement of Prince George and his nanny around London parks and used other children to draw Prince George into view on playgrounds.