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http://lci.tf1.fr/people/2011-04/william-et-kate-mariage-guinde-ou-branche-6388125.html

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la royauté ne t'émeut pas nanie Laughing

The smiles that say the waiting's over: Two billion will watch William marry his middle-class girl and make her a princessBy Rebecca English
Last updated at 3:46 AM on 29th April 2011
At 11am, the middle-class graduate – who, so legend has it, used to lie in her dormitory bed gazing at a picture of her husband-to-be – will enter Westminster Abbey as a commoner and an hour later walk out as the future Queen Catherine.

Last night Kate was positively glowing as she arrived at the central London hotel where she was to spend her final night as a single woman.

Relaxed: The newly released photo of the couple was taken by Mario Testino - a friend of William's mother, princess Diana
With her mother, Carole, and younger sister, Pippa, she paused for several minutes and waved to the delighted well-wishers who had gathered outside.

Wearing a cream jacket on which the hem had given way and a pair of wedge heels, she grinned with uncontained delight.







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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Ven 29 Avr - 7:50

nannnnnnnnnn j'ai pas assez de temps pour ca et moi ca m'enerve ts ces chichis et comparaison avec lady d!!!!

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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Ven 29 Avr - 8:19

conte de fées ma nanie

elle a l'air simple et gentille
comme diana
c'est déjà une bonne comparaison



Kate Middleton will become Duchess of Cambridge
Friday, April 29 2011, 08:52 BST
Prince William's new title has been announced.

The 28-year-old royal will be known as the Duke of Cambridge after his wedding this morning, while his bride Kate Middleton will become Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge.

According to BBC News, the prince has also been given the titles of the Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus.

It is a long-standing British tradition for the Queen to give new titles to members of the Royal Family on their wedding day.

The Dukedom of Cambridge was created in 1801 but has been extinct since the 2nd Duke of Cambridge died in 1904.

Last night, Prince William and his brother Harry delighted crowds by walking the streets of London to talk to them.

The first guests have started to arrive at Westminster Abbey ahead of the service. Princes William and Harry are due to arrive at 10.15, with Middleton and her father Michael due to arrive at 11.00.













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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Ven 29 Avr - 8:50

je suis une gde reveuse mais tt ce qui touche aux gouvernements,royauté ect.....n'a rien a voir avec du conte de fées pour moi..................tout est preparé ,organisé ,arrangé........ou est l'imprevu???la nana avec les cheveux en l'air rouge qui lui plairait???(par exemple hein)

et pis les contes de fées chez les hauts placés,bizarrement ils ont tjrs des fins tragiques!!!!

et moi demain j'a iun mariage d'une de mes amies!!je sais pas quoi me mettre,suis en stress total et c'est celui la de mariage qui me touche le plus.....

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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Ven 29 Avr - 13:49

bon mariage et bon week end ma petite nanie :hug:










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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Ven 29 Avr - 14:05

merciiiiiiiiiii annie :hug:


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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Ven 29 Avr - 15:38

:welcome: :flower:








http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1381851/Royal-Wedding-2011-Kate-Middleton-marries-Prince-William-dress-designed-McQueens-Sarah-Burton.html

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/index.html



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1381815/Royal-Wedding-kiss-signals-great-future-Kate-Middleton-Prince-William.html






http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1381941/Something-borrowed-Catherine-wears-Cartier-tiara-lent-Queen.html
















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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Ven 29 Avr - 18:30

http://www.lefigaro.fr/societes/2011/04/29/04015-20110429ARTFIG00611-les-dentelles-de-la-robe-de-kate-sont-francaises.php

Les dentelles de la robe de Kate sont françaises


La maison Sophie Hallette, basée à Caudry dans le Nord de la France, a tissé sans le savoir la dentelle de la robe de mariée de Kate Middleton, qui est devenue l'épouse du prince William ce vendredi.

C'est en regardant la télévision, comme deux milliards de téléspectateurs dans le monde, que les 260 artisans des ateliers Sophie Hallette ont découvert que la dentelle de la robe de mariée de Kate Middleton était la leur. Un motif doux formé de muguets et de trèfles, sobre, qui épouse délicieusement les épaules et les bras de la Duchesse de Cambridge, et assorti au bas de sa robe en satin blanc et ivoire, évoquant une fleur.



Kate Middleton
Sarah Burton, directrice artistique de la maison Alexander McQueen qui a confectionné en secret la robe du «mariage du siècle», est une cliente régulière de dentelles Sophie Hallette. Or cette styliste faisait partie des favoris pour cette confection, et «on a imaginé que des dentelles commandées pourraient être destinées à Kate, mais rien n'était sûr», confie Maud Lescroat, directrice marketing de la manufature française. «On a eu beaucoup de mal à reconnaître nos dentelles car en réalité, les motifs ont été retravaillés par Sarah Burton, ils ont été découpés puis réinscrutés avec un fond en tulle qui a créé cette sublime transparence sur les bras», précise-t-elle en évoquant la fierté et la joie partagée par toute l'entreprise d'avoir été le fabricant «élu».



Sophie Hallette pour Christian Dior.
Les ateliers de la société familiale Sophie Hallette sont situés depuis 1887 à Caudry au Nord de la France. Ses bureaux de Tokyo, Milan, New York et Shanghai et son réseau d'agents déploient ses créations de tulles et de dentelles à l'international.

Depuis trois générations, les ateliers d'art Sophie Hallette utilisent des métiers à dentelles «méthode Leavers», une technique mise au point par des ingénieurs britanniques au XIXe siècle permettant de réaliser tous les motifs imaginables. Les machines, des monstres de fonte de près de 12 tonnes, nés vers 1840 de l'adaptation de la technique Jacquard au métier à dentelle, imitent mécaniquement le mouvement des mains d'une dentellière.



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La dentelle de Caudry NORD

A Caudry, six entreprises de fabrication de tulles et de dentelles totalisant 800 salariés sont toujours en activité. Spécialisées dans les robes de mariée, le prêt-à-porter et la haute couture, elles exportent 80% de leur production. La maison Sophie Hallette est la plus importante du secteur en termes d'effectifs.

Très exposé à la conjoncture économique, le secteur a fortement souffert de la crise et près de 400 emplois ont été supprimés depuis 2009.

A Pâques en 2009, Michelle Obama avait porté une robe créée par le couturier Peter Sorenen et réalisée en dentelle de Caudry par la société Jean Bracq, qui avait déjà fabriqué des pièces pour Marylin Monroe et Hillary Clinton

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1381801/Royal-Wedding-Prince-William-Duke-Cambridge-Kate-Middleton-Duchess.html

Why new royal will be called the Duchess of Cambridge, not Princess Kate

By Fay Schlesinger
Last updated at 3:36 AM on 30th April 2011
Kate Middleton has left behind her commoner roots and her name to become Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge.

Prince William was given a dukedom, the highest rank in British peerage, on his wedding day by the Queen, and will be known from now on as the Duke of Cambridge.

He also became the Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus
and Kate the Countess of Strathearn and Baroness Carrickfergus
though the titles are expected to be used only rarely, mainly in Scotland,
where they met and fell in love, and Northern Ireland respectively.


Now meet the crowds. Prince William and his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, travel in the 1902 State Landau carriage along the Processional Route to Buckingham Palace after the ceremony at Westminster Abbey
To help William and Kate get accustomed to their new names, they passed a statue of the Duke sat on a horse close to the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall in their carriage procession

JUST LIKE WILLIAM, THE LAST DUKE FELL FOR A COMMONER
The last Duke of Cambridge (right), like Prince William, married a commoner for love.
Prince George, known as the 2nd Duke of Cambridge, was born in 1819.

He was a grandson of George III and the only son of Prince Adolphus Frederick, the 1st Duke of Cambridge.

He refused to have an arranged marriage and declared such unions were 'doomed to failure'.
He became captivated by the actress Sarah Louisa Fairbrother, who was said
to be a classic beauty and a graceful dancer.

They wed in 1847 when she was already the mother of two of his children and pregnant with his third.

But the Duke did not seek the sovereign's approval and the marriage was never recognised.
Miss Fairbrother (right) was ostracised by the Royal Family and never given the title the Duchess of Cambridge. Instead she became known by the nickname Mrs FitzGeorge.

Unlike Kate Middleton, she was the Duchess of Cambridge who never was.

There are, however, claims that the Duke was actually reticent about the marriage.

According to author and genealogist Anthony J Camp, the Duke was not correctly described in the marriage entry and did not use his normal signature.

Whatever his intentions, the Duke had a wandering eye and it was not long after he married that he took up with mistress Louisa Beauclerk.

She remained his lover for more than 30 years until her death and he once described her as 'the idol of my life and my existence'.

Like William, this Duke of Cambridge joined the Army.

He served in the Crimean War and was promoted to Commander-in-Chief in 1887.

There is an equestrian statue of him in the middle of London's Whitehall which William and Kate will be able to see from their carriage procession after the service.

The Duke was said to be a disciplinarian, who believed Army promotions should be based on social connections rather than ability. He died in 1904.

His father was also the Duke of Cambridge.
Prince Adolphus Frederick (1774-1850) was the 1st Duke of Cambridge and the seventh son of George III.
This Duke of Cambridge was a Chancellor of St Andrews University in Scotland where William and Kate met. He held the post from 1811 to 1814.

He was also Prince William's great-great-great-great grandfather.

The Duke's granddaughter was Mary of Teck, who became Queen Mary and was Elizabeth II's grandmother.

The Duke was a military man and a popular figure. He was apparently very fond of interrupting church services by bellowing out 'By all means' if the priest said 'Let us pray'.

He was also a great support of charities, literature and the sciences.

He married the glamorous German born Princess Augusta Wilhelmina Louisa of Hesse-Cassel, who was Duchess of Cambridge - the last to hold the title before Miss Middleton takes on the name.

She was the longest-lived daughter in law of George III and outlived her husband by 39 years, dying in 1889 at the age of 91.
According to protocol, Kate should also be called Princess William of Wales rather than Princess Catherine or Princess Kate, because she was not born with royal blood.

Instead she adopts her husband’s first name, like Princess Michael of Kent did when she married the Queen’s cousin Prince Michael of Kent.
But on hearing the new, formal titles for the first time, members of the public lining the route to Westminster Abbey were already indicating that Kate will be known more familiarly as ‘princess’.

‘She’s a young lady, princess suits her better than duchess,’ one woman said.

All titles are gifts from the Queen, but Her Majesty conferred them following private discussions with her grandson, 28, and his bride, 29.

All three titles were announced early Friday via Twitter, by email and on the royal wedding's official website.
Former royal correspondent Jennie Bond said there was a hint that William was going to get the title.
'The queen went to visit Cambridge the day before yesterday so a lot of people thought that was how it was going to be,' she said.
She called the title 'a personal gift from the queen, a mark of her esteem for her grandson'.
Another option mooted in the run-up to the wedding was the Duke of Clarence, but Duke of Cambridge remained the favourite for William’s new title. The Queen even gave a clue by visiting the historic university city three days ago.
Charles Kidd, editor of Debrett’s Peerage, said: ‘It’s a well-known place and I think it will have some resonance with the public.’

To help William and Kate get accustomed to their new names, they passed a statue of the Duke sat on a horse close to the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall in their carriage procession.
The title the Earl of Strathearn will link William and Kate, who met and fell in love in Scotland, to the picturesque area of Perthshire.
Strathearn has had Royal Connections since Robert Stewart, High Steward of Scotland, was created Earl of Strathearn in 1357.
The Duke of Cambridge has been a royal title since the reign of Charles II.

The first Duke of Cambridge was a Stuart prince who only lived for a few months, followed by others who were styled with title but also died very young.

George, Elector of Hanover, also held the title and went on to become King George II.

He was the last English monarch to lead his troops into battle - at Dettingen in 1743.

The title - a popular name for pubs - will link William to the city the Cambridge where his father the Prince of Wales went to university.

The title Duke comes from the Latin 'Dux' meaning "a leader".

It is the highest rank in British Peerage. The Queen is also the Duke of Lancaster, while the Prince of Wales is the Duke of Cornwall.

By becoming Baron and Baroness Carrickfergus,

William and Kate will be linked to Northern Ireland.

Carrickfergus is County Antrim’s oldest town
.

The word means Rock of Fergus.

An Irish Viscountcy of Chichester of Carrickfergus now held by the Marquess of Donegall was created in 1625, but Carrickfergus alone only existed as a title between 1841 and 1883.
Prince William’s uncles Andrew and Edward were given several royals titles when they married, but his father Prince Charles did not receive any additional titles.

As heir to the throne, Charles already had eight titles including Duke of Cornwall. His wife Camilla took the title Duchess of Cornwall.

Barons, viscounts, earls, marquesses and dukes are all orders of British nobility, in ascending order of prestige. The titles can be created and become extinct, for example when a duke or earl ascends to the throne or when he dies without leaving legitimate heirs.







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Memorial: Kate's wedding bouquet was returned to lie on the tomb of the unknown soldier at Westminster Abbey - a tradition for all Royal brides

BENEATH THIS STONE RESTS THE BODY
OF A BRITISH WARRIOR
UNKNOWN BY NAME OR RANK
BROUGHT FROM FRANCE TO LIE AMONG
THE MOST ILLUSTRIOUS OF THE LAND
AND BURIED HERE ON ARMISTICE DAY
11 NOV: 1920, IN THE PRESENCE OF
HIS MAJESTY KING GEORGE V
HIS MINISTERS OF STATE
THE CHIEFS OF HIS FORCES
AND A VAST CONCOURSE OF THE NATION
THUS ARE COMMEMORATED THE MANY
MULTITUDES WHO DURING THE GREAT
WAR OF 1914 - 1918 GAVE THE MOST THAT
MAN CAN GIVE LIFE ITSELF
FOR GOD
FOR KING AND COUNTRY
FOR LOVED ONES HOME AND EMPIRE
FOR THE SACRED CAUSE OF JUSTICE AND
THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD
THEY BURIED HIM AMONG THE KINGS BECAUSE HE
HAD DONE GOOD TOWARD GOD AND TOWARD
HIS HOUSE "





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http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/5006678/kate-gives-birth-to-baby-boy.html


Kate gives birth to baby BOY


Prince William and Kate Middleton pose in one of two official engagement portraits, taken by photographer Mario Testino in the Council Chamber in the State Apartment at St James's Palace in London on November 25, 2010. The prince and his fiancee, Catherine Middleton, are to get married next year, the Buckingham Palace said last month.
Joy ... Kate and Wills welcomed their baby boy today
By KAREN MORRISON


KATE Middleton and Prince William welcomed their baby BOY into the world, Kensington Palace announced today.
Third in line to the throne, the Prince of Cambridge was delivered at the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s hospital in Paddington.
The palace said in a statement: “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 4.24pm. The baby weighs 8lbs 6oz.
The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth."
Prince William issued a brief statement tonight about the birth of his son saying: “We could not be happier.”
Did you give birth to a baby boy at 4:24pm today? If so call The Sun on 02077824100 or email us at exclusive@the-sun.co.uk


“The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry and members of both families have been informed and are delighted with the news.
“Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well and will remain in hospital overnight.”
Eed by medical team that delivered Kate’s baby

Delighted the royal couple are over-the-moon


Baby boy ... Ed Perkins Wills' Press Officer leaves hospital with notice of birth

Soon after the palace announcement was made, a notice giving details about the baby - the third-in-line to the throne - left St Mary’s Hospital in London by car for Buckingham Palace.
It has been signed by the Queen’s former gynaecologist Marcus Setchell, who led the medical team that delivered Kate’s baby.

The notice will be placed on an easel in the palace’s forecourt just like the announcement of William’s birth on June 21, 1982, a traditional element of theatre in marked contrast to the modern age of emails and Twitter.

The new royal baby will be the Queen’s third great-grandchild and is destined to be crowned monarch.
The wait is over


He will be the 43rd sovereign since William the Conqueror if, as expected, it follows reigns by the Prince of Wales then William.

First-time parents Kate and William, both 31, will be busy deciding on a name for their bundle of joy – with bookies touting George and James as the favourites.



PRINCE of Cambridge was delivered at the Lindo Wing of St Mary's hospital at 4.24pm - weighing 8lbs 6oz
The nation has been waiting with bated-breath for this historic day since the royal couple announced they were expecting their first child in December 2012.

Kate had a rocky start to her pregnancy when she had to be admitted to hospital with Hyperemesis Gravidarum, a severe type of morning sickness.

Prince William was also born in the famous hospital wing in 1982 – with his brother Harry following two years later.

The Sun reports baby news last year
Announcement ... The Sun reports baby news last year
He made his public debut with his parents outside the hospital, wrapped in a white blanket carried in the arms of his mother Diana.
The baby Prince already has a tour scheduled for 2014 when he will be joined by his parents on a trip to Australia and New Zealand.

Mirroring his dad’s early
Prince Charles and Princess Diana also took a 9-month-old Prince William Down Under in 1983.
The Prince of Wales issued a brief statement: “Both my wife and I are overjoyed at the arrival of my first grandchild.

It is an incredibly special moment for William and Catherine and we are so thrilled for them on the birth of their baby boy.


Fairytale Kate and Wills on their wedding day
Fairytale ... Kate and Wills on their wedding day
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“Grandparenthood is a unique moment in anyone’s life, as countless kind people have told me in recent months, so I am enormously proud and happy to be a grandfather for the first time and we are eagerly looking forward to seeing the baby in the near future.”
Moments before Charles’s joyous words were released the Queen’s press secretary Ailsa Anderson strode out onto Buckingham Palace’s forecourt to place the official notice on its ornate stand.
The document had four signatures, first was that of Marcus Setchell, Surgeon Gynaecologist to Queen, who led the medical team that delivered Kate’s baby.
Other members of his team included Guy Thorpe-Beeston, obstetrician and Dr Sunit Godambe, consultant neonatologist at St Mary’s Hospital.

Kensington Palace said “The names of the baby will be announced in due course.

A smiling David Cameron declared the birth “an important moment in the life of our nation”.

Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, the Prime Minister said: “It is wonderful news from St Mary’s, Paddington and I am sure that right across the country, and indeed right across the Commonwealth, people will be celebrating and wishing the royal couple well.

“It is an important moment in the life of our nation but, I suppose, above all it is a wonderful moment for a warm and loving couple who have got a brand new baby boy.

“It has been a remarkable few years for our royal family - a royal wedding that captured people’s hearts, that extraordinary and magnificent jubilee and now this royal birth - all from a family that has given this nation so much incredible service.”
“They can know that a proud nation is celebrating with a very proud and happy couple tonight.”

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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Mar 23 Juil - 13:38

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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Mar 23 Juil - 20:26

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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Mer 24 Juil - 11:19

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MessageSujet: Re: PRINCE WILLIAM & CATHERINE MIDDLETON   Mer 24 Juil - 20:49

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Hi, George!

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