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Prince William and Kate Christmas 2016

CHRISTMAS 2016

Prince William, Kate Middleton, and Family celebrate Christmas with Kate’s family in Bucklebury, Berkshire.
The family attend Christmas Day service at St Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire.

Princess Charlotte Christmas 2016Prince George Christmas 2016

Prince George and Princess Charlotte were each pictured holding a candy cane as they left the service.

 

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Prince William, Kate Middleton, and Prince George

Souvenirs, Collectibles, Memorabilia & Merchandise

If you and your loved ones are fans of Prince William and Kate Middleton, you will love all the online stores and shopping options for William and Kate souvenirs, engagement and royal wedding souvenirs, collectibles, memorabilia, and merchandise, as well for this endearing couple’s son, the adorable Prince George, and his equally adorable sister, Princess Charlotte.

Prince William and Kate are a PERFECT MATCH! I truly believe they will have a wonderful and happy future together. William is an outstanding young man, and Kate is- well, what can I say- just FABULOUS! The world already loves Prince William, and now we have all fallen in love with Kate. They are both handling the world’s eyes and public pressures with infinite grace, dignity, style, and charm. What a beautiful couple! What a beautiful family!

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Be sure to visit our William & Kate Stores page for all the recommended online stores that carry Prince William and Kate engagement and wedding merchandise. We make it EASY for you to shop for ALL YOUR FAVORITE WILLIAM AND KATE ITEMS – and ALL IN EASY ONE-STOP SHOPPING!

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ROYAL COLLECTOR PLATES AT THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE

Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Edition Collector PlateQueen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Heirloom Porcelain Collector Plate Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Edition Collector Plate

Kate Middleton And Prince William Engagement Collector PlatePrincess Diana 55th Birthday Porcelain Collector PlateRoyal Wedding William & Catherine Collector Plate

Prince George Royal Heir Commemorative Collector Plate William And Catherine Wedding Anniversary Collector PlateHer Royal Highness, Princess Charlotte Collector Plate

Top row left to right: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Edition Collector Plate, Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Heirloom Porcelain Collector Plate, Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Collector Plate
Middle Row left to right: Kate Middleton And Prince William Engagement Collector Plate, Princess Diana 55th Birthday Porcelain Collector Plate, Royal Wedding William & Catherine Collector Plate
Bottom row left to right: Prince George Royal Heir Commemorative Collector Plate, William And Catherine Royal Wedding Anniversary Collector Plate, Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte Collector Plate

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Made Entirely From Used Stamps!
British Artist Peter Mason’s Portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton

Splash News

A British artist has created a portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton – made entirely of stamps!

Peter Mason, or the Post Pop Art Man, as he is known, made the portrait of the royal couple to celebrate their upcoming wedding by recycling British postage stamps to create a pixilated image of the pair.

“The William and Kate design uses a representation of the Rose Window from Westminster Abbey, in itself an iconic piece of design in stone and stained glass, where the marriage is to take place,” Mason said.

“The wedding on 29 April 2011 will be the 15th royal wedding in the abbey’s thousand-year history.

“The circumference of the Rose Window can be traced from the outer edge into the eye and cheek of William and round through Kate’s face back to the window, [which is] symbolic of their wedding ring and the one ring to bind them.”

The detailed artwork was made using thousands of used postage stamps.

Mason said he uses 3,500 stamps for a typical 4ft x 3ft postage stamp painting and up to 22,000 stamps for his larger pieces.

His work is available to buy at www.thepostpopartman.co.uk.

 

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