Le prince William et son épouse la duchesse de Cambridge ont fait un un trek pour se rendre au monastère "Taktshang" à Paro, à l'occasion de leur voyage au Bhoutan.

Kate et William au royaume du bonheur brut

Le prince William et son épouse la duchesse de Cambridge ont fait un un trek pour se rendre au monastère "Taktshang" à Paro, à l'occasion de leur voyage au Bhoutan.

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© @ClarenceHouse/Twitter

Le prince William et son épouse la duchesse de Cambridge, née Kate Middleton ont joué au football avec des enfants pauvres des bidonvilles de Bombay, dimanche 10 avril.

Kate Middleton et le prince William : après le cricket, le football

Le prince William et son épouse la duchesse de Cambridge, née Kate Middleton ont joué au football avec des enfants pauvres des bidonvilles de Bombay, dimanche 10 avril.

Prince William  April 5, 2017

Prince William April 5, 2017

Harry, William and Mr Trudeau all paid their respects to the fallen soldiers as they arriv...

Charles, William and Harry mark Vimy centenary in France

Harry, William and Mr Trudeau all paid their respects to the fallen soldiers as they arriv...

Prince George at his first Trooping the Colour. (6/13/2015)

Prince George at his first Trooping the Colour. (6/13/2015)

WhatKateWore.com (@WhatKateWore) | Twitter  Prince William laying a wreath in memory of the police officer who was killed during the terror attack on Westminster Bridge, London, UK.

WhatKateWore.com (@WhatKateWore) | Twitter Prince William laying a wreath in memory of the police officer who was killed during the terror attack on Westminster Bridge, London, UK.

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From The Evening Standard’s story:    Prior to the service, the Dean of Westminster the Very Rev John Hall told the BBC the attack was “senseless” and said the service will be one of hope to bring communities together. Prince William laid a wreath at the Abbey’s Innocent Victims Memorial service. Kensington Palace

From The Evening Standard’s story: Prior to the service, the Dean of Westminster the Very Rev John Hall told the BBC the attack was “senseless” and said the service will be one of hope to bring communities together. Prince William laid a wreath at the Abbey’s Innocent Victims Memorial service. Kensington Palace

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