So sad and scary.
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The photos, which were taken earlier this month by Kate, give us a look at Charlotte as a cute little six-month-old — and it's pretty much the best thing we've seen all day!
Ch-ch-check out the newly-released photos of Princess Charlotte (below):
What an incredible day!
More than 10,000 veterans marched during Remembrance Day in London on Sunday.
Don't you just love that contrast in textures?
The Duchess' lapel was adorned with three red poppies to honor the veterans, and she also wore a new velvet hat featuring netting over the eyes.
See more pics in the gallery (above)!
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Things just got real for Prince Harry!
On Sunday, the ginger royal was practically moved to tears after an American marine gave him the dog tags of a fallen comrade at Buckingham Palace. Awww!
The said marine, Kirstie Ennis, recently finished a 1,000 mile marathon trek for charity through Britain with five peers when she presented the touching token to the 31-year-old.
Shocked by the gesture, Prince William's brother responded a bit choked up:
"No I can't, I can't accept this."
However, Miz Ennis seemed resolved in her decision as the tags honored the late Corporal Baune who died in the Helmand Province back in 2012 after his unit was hit by a blast. How sad.
"Please, you know what this means to me, I want you to."
Wow! What a beautiful moment. Which, luckily for us, Kensington Palace snapped a pic of the powerful conversation (below) and shared it on Twitter.
The royal was visiting Washington, D.C. while promoting the 2016 Invictus Games — a multisport event launched in 2014 for wounded veterans. As a recent retiree from the British Army, supporting those injured while serving their country is very important to the 31-year-old.
First up on the agenda for his trip to Capital City, was a tour at Virgina's Fort Belvoir with FLOTUS and Dr. Jill Biden, the vice president's wife — where they visited with wounded members of the military and even took in a basketball game.
Not bad company!
Later, Harry had his first ever one-on-one meeting ever with President Obama to discuss the campaign. POTUS told reporters:
It's such a good week for royalty fans!
After making sheep models during a charity event, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got all glammed up for the Spectre premiere at Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday night.
K.Mid once again chose tried-and-true favorite Jenny Packham, opting for a diaphanous, pale blue gown with surplice neckline and long sleeves.
Though demure, the sheer back added some sex appeal and a glittering belt added subtle sparkle — but it didn't quite make up for a tiara! Ha!
Not to be forgotten, Wills and Harry traded in their navy suits for classic tuxes.
Aren't you dazzled???
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Dukes, duchesses, princes!
It's just like being in 1823! Except we have cars and cell phones now!
But if anything can take you back in time it's the pomp and ceremony of the British Royal Family, even if the clothes are far simpler nowadays.
Still, Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harry wowed the crowds at a BAFTA and Charities Forum event in London on Monday, where they watched an animated film called Shaun The Sheep and made their own clay models of sheep!
While the men were sharp in navy suits, the Duchess was lovely in a blue and white print Tabitha Webb dress worn with her trusty Jimmy Choo pumps.
Also, we'd like to take a moment to appreciate how dapper Harry looked — check out that strut!
Talk about the total package!
On Thursday, Prince Harry showed the world his serious side as he attended a special service for the the 75th anniversary of the bomb disposal unit in the British Army at St. Paul's Cathedral in London.
This isn't the ginger royal's first appearance to honor those wounded in action as he recently participated in the Walking With the Wounded's Walk of Britain.
However, this most recent event was a bit more formal. Following the service, Prince William's bro met with the family of one serviceman, named Corporal Jamie Kirkpatrick, who was fatally shot in the line of duty.
The Corporal's father shared with the congregation: