Parental loneliness has “rocketed” during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a study led by the Duchess of Cambridge.
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The Duchess of Cambridge is to warn of the crucial role early years play in raising the next generation of adults and shaping society, as her landmark research on the issue is published.
The Duke of Sussex’s cousin Zara Tindall has previously opened up about the trauma she faced after suffering two miscarriages.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s landmark study on early childhood has had the largest-ever response from the public to a survey of its kind.
The Duke of Cambridge has voiced concerns about fathers who “just don’t know what to do” during a chat with men whose parenting skills have been supported by a charity.
The Duchess of Cambridge has praised a nurse who took an “iconic portrait” of a colleague for the royal’s photographic project documenting life under lockdown.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will be helping their grandmother Carole Middleton decorate her Christmas tree by video call this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, she has said.
The Duchess of Cambridge has sympathised with military families who have lost loved ones, telling them they should be “proud” of their achievements and “the sacrifice and the bravery that they’ve shown”.
The Queen has led the nation in marking Remembrance Sunday, as people around the UK privately paid their respects at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
People across the UK will be privately paying their respects as they mark Remembrance Sunday at home this year.
The Queen has worn a face mask in public for the first time as she made a poignant pilgrimage to the grave of the Unknown Warrior to mark the centenary of his burial.
The royal family has sported an assortment of face coverings during the pandemic – from the Duchess of Cornwall’s trendy leopard print mask to the Duchess of Cambridge’s classic floral Liberty fabric ones.
The nation’s frontline NHS staff have been recognised with a Pride of Britain award presented by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who praised them for their “humility and compassion”.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children have been busy baking cupcakes for the Royal British Legion’s (RBL) annual Poppy Appeal.
The Duchess of Cambridge has praised a health worker for taking a picture which “captured the moment” of life in a hospital during the pandemic.
The Duchess of Cambridge celebrated the launch of her Hold Still photographic exhibition by meeting a volunteer featured in one of the pictures on display.
The Duchess of Cambridge has met with families who experienced heart-breaking baby loss, including an inspirational woman who trained to be a midwife to help others after her daughter was stillborn.
The Duchess of Cambridge has met families who have experienced baby loss as she visited a pioneering research centre working to reduce rates of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth.
The Duchess of Cambridge has praised Wildlife Photographer of the Year award entrants for capturing the “magic of the natural world” as she unveiled the winner.
The Duchess of Cambridge described it as “so wonderful” to be back at the Natural History Museum as she prepares to announce its Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have welcomed the president and first lady of Ukraine to the UK at the first royal event at Buckingham Palace since lockdown.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will meet the president and first lady of Ukraine in the royal couple’s first palace event since lockdown.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children shared their passion for animals with Sir David Attenborough in an adorable video.
The Duchess of Cambridge celebrated becoming joint president of The Scout Association in true Scout-style – by toasting marshmallows around a campfire.
The Duchess of Cambridge has become joint president of The Scout Association, marking her new role by meeting up outdoors with Cub and Beaver Scouts.
The Duchess of Cambridge has praised mothers offering support to other parents during the pandemic, saying their efforts were so important for “emotional well-being”.
The Duchess of Cambridge looks like she may have perfected her baking skills during the lockdown after giving a masterclass in preparing bagels.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated the traditions of London’s East End when they made Jewish bagel snacks and met Muslim volunteers supporting the community during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Queen has said she was “inspired” by the results of a photographic lockdown project led by the Duchess of Cambridge.
The anniversary of Diana, Princess of Wales’s death follows a turbulent time for her sons the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex.