Prince William

Every day we bring you the latest Prince William news, everything you need to know about the Duke of Cambridge.

Every day we bring you the latest Prince William news, everything you need to know about the Duke of Cambridge. We love keeping up with all the royal news here at woman&home, and know what Prince William is up to - from his latest charity projects and formal royal appearances, to royal tours, new smart initiatives, and how is three young children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – are doing! Prince William was born on 21 June 1982 to father Prince Charles and his mother, the late Princess Diana. Prince William became a big brother to Prince Harry, when he was born in 1984 and the pair have been close their entire lives. He is the Queen’s third grandchild and Prince Charles’ firstborn son, meaning he is third in line to the British throne and is expected to become King some day. After studying for his A-Levels at Eton College, a young Prince William attended the University of St Andrews where he began studying Art History but later changed his degree to Geography. During his time at the Scottish university, he began dating his now wife, the Duchess of Cambridge. After ten year romance, William finally popped the question and asked Catherine to marry him while they were holidaying in a lodge at the foot of Mount Kenya. On 29 April 2011, the iconic couple tied the knot in a lavish white wedding at Westminster Abbey and the duo became the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The royal couple welcomed their first child, Prince George, in 2013. He was followed by Princess Charlotte in 2015 and Prince Louis in 2018. William lives with Catherine and their three children at Kensington Palace, in London. They also spend time at their country home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall, situated on the grounds of the Queen's Sandringham Estate. Prince William is also known for his role in the British Army and the Royal Air Force and worked as a helicopter pilot in the Search and Rescue Force. These days he works alongside Duchess Catherine in important charity projects and is an advocate for mental health in conjunction with the Cambridge’s initiative, Heads Together.