Queen Elizabeth news: Prince William & Kate Middleton leave Royal fans all saying the same thing about new family photo | The Sun

PRINCE William and Kate were snapped dropping their three children off for a new school induction day, as a fresh family photo has been released.

The Cambridge children settled in to a taster session at their new school, near their Windsor home, Adelaide Cottage.

Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, were joined by their parents Prince William and Kate, as they met teachers and classmates at Lambrook School yesterday.

In the gorgeous photos, all five Royals walked hand in hand, as they walked up to the school gates, with the children in their summer uniforms.

While the Cambridges are yet to officially upload the new photographs to their social media accounts, fans have been loving the pictures that have been posted online.

Taking to Twitter, one fan said: "Love the picture! Love this family!"

"Lovely and happy family. HRH Catherine is beautiful," added one fan.

Others also noticed just how tall Prince George has grown, one said: "Gosh, look how tall George is, won't be too long before he is the same height as Catherine."

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  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Princess Charlotte's cheeky reply to Palace aide

    When Charlotte was only five in 2019, she made a hilarious quip to an aide at Christmas.

    In the Christmas morning service, Princess Charlotte carried a small bouquet of white roses, which she decided she wouldn't hand over to an aide.

    She simply shook her head at the aide, and carried her flowers around for the rest of the service at 11am.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Queen cancels Privy Council, after appointing new PM

    The Queen did not hold the Privy Council, which was scheduled on Wednesday.

    Buckingham Palace released the statement: "After a full day yesterday, Her Majesty has this afternoon accepted doctors' advice to rest."

    For now the virtual meeting will be rescheduled for another day.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Prince William & Kate 'excited' as they take their children to school

    The Cambridges were photographed hand in hand with their three children as they dropped them off to start the new school term.

    All three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis attended a settling in afternoon, to meet their teachers and fellow students.

    "They're really excited about starting a new school together, and I think mum and dad are too," a royal source told the Mirror.

    The Cambridges made the move from central London to Windsor recently, and are residing in Adelaide Cottage.

    Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, accompanied by their parents Prince William and Catherine arrive for a settling-in afternoon at Lambrook SchoolCredit: Reuters
  • Louis Allwood

    Prince William has ‘lost’ his ‘trust’ in Harry, commentator claims

    Princes William and Harry are not expected to meet this week, despite staying just a stone’s throw away from each other.

    This, according to Michelle Eagleton, is partly due to the trust lost between the pair in recent years.

    Ms Eagleton told GB news: “I think the thing is that there is a lot of trust lost between William and Harry, and I do think they are probably not going to have that meeting again until after that book is released, which we know is coming in November from Harry, because we are hearing it is not going to be so good for the royals. 

    “And, of course, we have got their documentary that is coming out on Netflix in December.

    “So, I just think a wide-berth despite the fact they are half a mile down the road and you would think they would give them a bit of a visit.” 

  • Louis Allwood

    Her Majesty issues statement following horrific Canada stabbings

    The Queen has sent her thoughts and prayers to the people of Canada, following the callous and horrifying stabbings that took place in Saskatchewan this week.

    The touching statement reads: "I would like to extend my condolences to those who have lost loved ones in the attacks that occurred this past weekend in Saskatchewan.

    "My thoughts and prayers are with those recovering from injuries, and grieving such horrific losses. 

    "I mourn with all Canadians at this tragic time."

  • Louis Allwood

    Royal family commemorates Liz Truss' appointment as PM

    The official Twitter page of the Royal Family shared a picture of the long-reigning monarch with Britain's new PM.

    Her Majesty beamed as she welcomed Liz Truss to Balmoral Tuesday.

    Truss is the 15th PM to be appointed by the Queen since her reign began.

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan describes growing up 'alone'

    In the most recent episode of her podcast, Archetypes, Meghan spoke of the challenges she faced as a child.

    Specifically, the Duchess touched on her unpopularity at school, and how it affected her.

    "I never had anyone to sit with at lunch," she said.

    "I was always a little bit of a loner and really shy, and didn't know where I fit in."

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan’s dad slams Duchess

    Thomas Markle, the father of the Duchess of Sussex, has claimed she “dumped him”, following comments she gave in a recent interview.

    Speaking to the Cut, Meghan discussed “losing her father”, but Thomas doesn’t believe this to be true.

    Speaking to The Mail on Sunday, Thomas Markle, 79, said: “She didn’t “lose” me, she dumped me.

    “I am not lost. She knows where to find me. My number hasn’t changed.

    “I would love to hear from my daughter and meet my son-in-law and my grandkids for the first time.”

  • Louis Allwood

    What University does Lady Louise Windsor go to?

    Lady Louise has followed in the footsteps of some very famous royal names with her choice of University.

    "Having received her A-level results, Lady Louise will start at St Andrews University in September to study English," a spokesperson said on A-level results day.

    It was at St Andrews that Prince William met the then Kate Middleton, as they both studied History of Art.

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan & Harry branded as ‘D-grade celebs’

    Aussie TV show hosts slammed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

    Channel 9 host Karl Stefanovic chatted with reporter Tracy Vo.

    He misquoted Ita Buttrose, saying she called the Sussexes “D-grade celebs.”

    Tracy responded: "We’ve been hearing here locally as well, guys, that some people say they’re not welcome here.

    “There’s a real divide in that support for Prince Harry and Meghan, so we’ll see how tomorrow pans out.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Will Lady Louise Windsor be a princess?

    Unlike the rest of the Queen’s grandchildren, Louise does not hold the title of princess and prince.

    The Queen has eight grandchildren – including Louise and James, Peter and Zara Phillips, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, and Princes William and Harry.

    Yet not all were given hereditary titles.

    Princess Anne’s children, Zara and Peter also don’t have royal titles but Louise and James are the Queen’s first male-line descendants not to have one.

  • Louis Allwood

    Respect centre stage as Prince Harry gives speech in Germany

    Respect was the word of the day as the Duke of Sussex spoke held his first post-Megxit press conference.

    Prince Harry attended the launch of the 2023 Invictus Games in Germany on Tuesday.

    In an address at the Merkur-Spiel arena, the Duke said said "showing respect and appreciation is as important as experiencing respect and appreciation".

  • Louis Allwood

    Recap: Meghan’s keynote speech for the One Young World summit

    Meghan gave the keynote address in Manchester on Monday for the One Young World summit.

    The former actress told the 2,000 delegates how her life had changed when she last joined the summit in London in 2019 – singling out her role as a wife and a mother – but making no mention of becoming a senior royal the year before.

    “I joined you in London in 2019. And by that point, it’s fair to say, my life had changed rather significantly. I was now married, and I was now a mom,” she said, leaving a pause at the end which was filled with huge cheers from the audience.

    “My world view had expanded exponentially, seeing the global community through the eyes of my child,” she added, speaking about her son Archie.

    The couple’s trip in the UK and Germany comes just days after Meghan’s wide-ranging interview with The Cut magazine, in which she said it takes “a lot of effort” to forgive and hinted that she can “say anything”.

  • Louis Allwood

    Stick with The Sun for the latest live Royal updates

    Check for new updates on the royal family and her Majesty the Queen here at The Sun.

    Royal fans are currently awaiting the release of Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir, and the couple’s Netflix documentary.

    Stay tuned here for updates everyday!

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan and Harry ‘flew to and from Dusseldorf on German government plane’

    According to reports Prince Harry and Meghan Markle flew to and from Dusseldorf on German government planes.

    A source told MailOnline: “The Bundeswehr have a fleet of transport jets and this was most suitable for the short trip from England.

    “It has the smallest capacity for passengers.

    “There isn’t a military base in Dusseldorf so the plane flew from Cologne and picked up the guests at RAF Northolt.

    “It flew the party back to the same place and returned to Cologne.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Where did Harry got to for secondary school?

    Prince Harry was expected to attend Gordonstoun, a boarding school in Scotland where his father, Prince Charles, the Duke of Edinburgh, and other Mountbatten-Windsors, had attended. 

    Instead, both Harry and William attended Eton College, continuing the Spencer family tradition. 

    Harry gained an impressive 11 GSCEs but preferred activities outside of the classroom, representing Eton in rugby, polo and cricket. 

    Harry left Eton in 2003 with two A-levels, a B in Art and a D in Geography after deciding to drop History of Art after AS level. 

    Reflecting on his school boy years, Harry, in conversation with Meghan Markle and Malala Yousafzi, revealed that he took his £42,501-a-year private school education for granted. 

    “I’m hugely grateful for the education I was lucky enough to have. At the time I certainly probably wasn’t as grateful, but looking back at it now, I’m very, very blessed with having such an amazing opportunity”.

  • Louis Allwood

    Queen's recent health fears

    Last month, it was revealed Prince Charles has been making "highly unusual" visits to see his mother at Balmoral due to ongoing health fears.

    The Queen continues to suffer from mobility problems and has cancelled several official engagements short this year.

    Notably, she was forced to miss much of her Platinum Jubilee celebrations, making only a brief appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony.

  • Louis Allwood

    Buckingham Palace announcement

    A Palace spokesman said: "After a full day yesterday, Her Majesty has this afternoon accepted doctors’ advice to rest.

    "This means that the Privy Council meeting that had been due to take place this evening will be rearranged."

  • Louis Allwood

    Piers Morgan wishes the Queen all the best

    Piers Morgan has wished the Queen all the best after it was announced that Her Majesty had been advised to rest.

    It comes as the 96-year-old monarch made the unusual step of meeting new Prime Minister Liz Truss at Balmoral, choosing not to travel to London.

  • Louis Allwood

    Queen advised to rest

    Queen has been given advice by her doctors to rest "after a full day yesterday".

    According to reports Her Majesty has accepted that advice and has cancelled the Privy Council meeting that was due to take place this evening.

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan entered the Royal Family to ‘scoop up tinsel and the title’

    MEGHAN Markle entered the Royal Family to “scoop up tinsel and the title” before heading back to US a historian has claimed.

    Meghan Markle officially joined the Royal Family all the way back in 2018, allowing her to pick up the title of the Duchess of Sussex.

    Dr Tessa Dunlop confidently told Palace Confidential that it is “fair play to her”.

    Speaking of Meghan’s recent interview published with The Cut, Dr Dunlop said: “The journalist in question basically says what a lot of us, I think, now realise is that Meghan went into the Royal Family, scooped up the tinsel and the title and went back to America and has started working with those credits.

    “[and] bigging up her own image and making her own products.

    “I would say, to an extent, fair play to her.

    “That’s the way of the world.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Fancy a royal visit?

    Royal fans can now stay at one of the Queen's private homes on the Sandringham estate.

    The listing  on Airbnb reads: "This charming hideaway, owned by HM The Queen, nestled within the heart of her much-loved Sandringham Estate country retreat and the closest estate property to Sandringham House itself, is all about an appreciation of the great outdoors and the beautiful gardens it sits within.

    "Formerly the Queen’s head gardener’s home, as you would expect, the gardens are a sheer delight and provide a superb setting for this idyllic house."

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan makes claim about her wedding plans

    Speaking on her latest 50-minute episode of her Spotify podcast series with Mindy Kaling, Meghan revealed how she had taken the school assignment to plan her wedding seriously.

    And young Meghan’s plans are a far cry from her actual wedding to Prince Harry in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

    She says: “When I was 14, I planned my wedding. Not my actual wedding, that would have been a bit harder to imagine.

    “This wedding was an assignment from my religion two class in catholic school.

    “I wanted it to be at the Bel Air hotel, and there was a swan lake. I wanted the cake to be from Hanson’s bakery.

    “And the dress… Oh my goodness the dress was strapless and poufy and I had seen it in the bridal magazine.

    “I bought it. Not the dress, but the bridal magazine.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Kelly Brook to appear in season six of The Crown

    Brook is set to appear in the latest season of the hit show, but with a cheeky twist.

    The producers at The Crown reached out to request permission to use a sexy pin-up snap from the Nineties.

    On Heart Breakfast with Jason King, Kelly showed the 90s pin-up which was taken in 1999.

    She began: “I got an email from my agent… and she said “We had a picture clearance request for one of your images to be used on The Crown Season six.”

    Jason responded: “Hang on a second… I don’t… no, I can’t see that. No, no no, you’re like my sister! Put it away! Put it away will you! No no no!

    “Am I right in thinking, if this is The Crown, they must be heading towards the Nineties?”

    Kelly excitingly revealed: “That’s definitely got to be a teenage boy’s bedroom hasn’t it!

    “Can I be, can I be on the wall of Prince Harry, or Prince William’s bedroom at Buckingham Palace or wherever it is they grew up? Could that be.

    “Was I a pin-up for them, back in the day, back in the Nineties? Oh wow this is incredible. Well I’ve said yes of course.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Inside Her Majesty’s famous sense of humour

    Former royal butler Grant Harrold has spoken of the Queen’s iconic sense of humour.

    Harrold told Slingo: “I remember the wonderful kind of way she had about her, she wasn’t very regal or royal, but we had a really nice conversation and I felt really relaxed around her.

    “The other thing the Queen does, she would do something that was hysterical and nobody would laugh because they wouldn’t know if she was being funny or not. And you’d all look at each other like, ‘did the Queen just make a joke?

    “Then eventually somebody would laugh and you’d all go [laughs]. She’s wonderful at that and that is something that I absolutely loved. Our Queen has got a wicked sense of humour.” 

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