The little Prince didn't want to let go of his dad's hand as he met his new teachers. England's future king, Prince George, has marked a major milestone in every youngster’s life, attending his first day of school. There were no tears but the four-year-old prince looked apprehensive yesterday as he arrived at the gates of the prestigious co-educational Thomas’s at Battersea, south of the Thames.
Princess Diana's Unseen Family Pics ReleasedDuration: 00:38s - Published: 12 hours ago< > EmbedPrince HarryTwo previously unseen photos from Princess Diana's personal family album have been released, ahead of the 20-year anniversary of her death. Kensington Palace posted the photos, showing young princes William and Harry, to its official Twitter account .
British Princes William and Harry will attend a private service on Saturday (July 1) to re-dedicate the grave of their mother Princess Diana on what would have been her 56th birthday. The service will be at Diana's resting place where the princes will be joined by William's wife Kate and members of Diana's family. The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will conduct the ceremony. Diana, first wife of William's father and heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles died at the age of 36 in Paris on Aug.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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