Minggu, 29 April 2012

Prince William & Kate: Imperial War Museum Reception

Prince William and his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, arrive at the Imperial War Museum on Thursday (April 26) in London, England. The royal couple attended a reception to help launch the Imperial War Museum Foundation‘s First World War Galleries Centenary Campaign. Earlier in the day, Will and Kate attended another reception at Goldsmiths’ Hall for the Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race. Before both royal engagements, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited London’s MI6 headquarters and met spies at the Secret Intelligence Services in Vauxhall.

Capping off a full day in the spotlight, Prince William and Kate Middleton made their grand arrival at the Imperial War Museum in London, England on Thursday evening (April 26). With the Duchess of Cambridge looking elegant in an Amanda Wakeley charcoal grey dress with 3/4 length sleeves, the good-looking couple were on-hand for a reception to help launch the Imperial War Museum Foundation's First World War Galleries: Centenary Campaign.

 As previously reported by GossipCenter, Will and Kate spent the earlier part of the day attending a reception for the Scott-Admundsen Centenary Race at Goldsmith Hall. The packed day of public appearances come as the royal couple is readying to ring in their first wedding anniversary on Sunday (April 29) - though the surely romantic plans have been kept under wraps thus far.

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