Prince William rarely speaks publicly about his mother Princess Diana's death, but this week, he candidly consoled a nine-year-old girl who had lost her father.
The Duke of Cambridge was visiting a child bereavement centre in London when he comforted the girl, named Aoife, whose father had died of cancer, according to The Telegraph.
"You know I lost my mummy when I was very young too. I was 15 and my brother was 12. So we lost our mummy when we were young as well."
He also emphasized how important it was to talk about her grief. "Do you speak about your daddy? It's very important to talk about it, very, very important."
The Prince was joined by his wife, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, in the official visit to Child Bereavement UK, on its one-year anniversary.
"It was really nice that he talked to me," Aoife was quoted in People. "It was like there are other people who know what it is like to lose someone."
The Duke and Prince Harry's mother, Princess Diana, was killed in a Paris car crash in 1997. This August will mark the 20th anniversary of her death.
Looking for a canine companion but can't take the allergies that come with it? You might be able to handle a hypoallergenic dog. While experts are split on the veracity of the hypoallergenic label, certain breeds that don't shed much are likely to leave you sneezing far less. Different people and dogs react differently though, so try spending some time with the dog or breed before you buy or adopt one of these loveable hypoallergenic pups.
This small breed is one part human, one part dog, and 100 percent loveable. Yorkies are independent, affectionate and spirited, and love to be in the company of people. You don't need a huge backyard to own a Yorkie, but you should be up for playtime anytime.
Despite this small breed's fluffy hair, it's considered hypoallergenic. Happy, enthusiastic dogs, they are sociable and need lots of attention, so they can't be left alone for long periods of time.
Many people became familiar with this breed when President Obama picked it for his family dog. They are smart and friendly dogs who love being a part of the family. As their names suggest, they love water and need a fair bit of exercise. Porties are loyal and great with kids, and they love to keep busy.
These terriers are friendly, bouncy dogs who love everyone they meet. While they definitely need some training, their spirited personalities make them permanent kids-at-heart and a lovely addition to the family.
Feisty, stubborn and sociable, this is not your typical lapdog. This breed is lively and loves to take part in family activities. They're quite independent, so early training is important, but their personalities make them indispensable members of the family.
Like the Norwich terrier, the Norfolk terrier is bold and affectionate — a big dog in a small dog's body. Though these dogs don't need as much exercise as some breeds, they have hunting instincts and are never boring.
These champion runners love to exercise and can make terrific jogging partners. They see any place as a place to run and jump. But they also love to snuggle and get cozy in warm places. They're sensitive dogs who hate the rain and cold, and respond best to gentle training.
These terriers make boisterous puppies and loving lifelong companions. Airedales are smart and athletic dogs with hunting instincts. Be sure to offer them lots of opportunity for active, thoughtful play. They dig, chase and are full of energy, so they'll keep you on your toes.
Add pattern to your floor without breaking the bank.
A rug can help define a space, ground a room and add much-needed colour and pattern, but they can be super expensive! So, we went on a search for fabulous but frugal rugs. With many budget-friendly options, these websites prove you don't have to empty your wallet to add some patterned goodness to your floors.
Crate and Barrel
Crate and Barrel has a sophisticated selection of rugs in a variety of patterns and colours. Afraid to order a rug online? Order a 12 inch by 12 inch swatch to try before you buy.
Our top pick: Olin grey striped dhurrie rug
West Elm’s offerings (in mostly muted tones) include a stunning selection of custom rugs. Want to see how the rug will look in a styled space? Click on the #mywestelm photos below the main rug images to see photos shared by West Elm shoppers.
Our top pick: Ashik wool rug.
This online-only shop has a huge selection of over 10, 000 rugs in endless shapes, sizes and patterns. With free shipping over $75 and an excellent return policy, you don’t have to fret over making the wrong choice!
Our top pick: Zanzibar multi area rug
Land of Nod
If you are in the market for a rug for a child’s bedroom, playroom or family room, Land of Nod has your floor covered. Their selection of colourful, geometric and neutral floor coverings means there is something for everyone. You can order a small swatch to test a rug’s colours and pattern at home.
Our top pick: blue indoor and outdoor rug
They are known for their on-trend selection of geometric and kilim rugs in the prettiest selection of colours. Make sure you check back often for new styles.
Our pick: Pala textured loop rug
This site has over 200, 000 rugs in stock, with 75% off retail prices! Every rug includes free shipping and a 30 day return policy.
Our pick: Monaco rug (available in 10 colours)
The best fashion moments from Emma Stone Image by: Getty Images
Lanvin! Dior! Valentino!
Emma Stone has got great style. And what we love the most about it is her complete willingness to throw out the rulebook. She wears pants on the red carpet, she is unafraid of clashing colours and she never lets her petite frame dictate the larger than life style statements she wishes to make.
Whether she opts for a simple t-shirt dress by Calvin Klein, or an intricately embellished number by Valentino, she always looks stunning. But more importantly, she looks like she genuinely enjoys fashion and marches to the beat of her own sartorial drum. A fashion rule we should all follow if you ask us.
Emma wore this star-detailed Valentino dress to win a Golden Globe for her role in La La Land.
For the hand and foot ceremony in 2016, Emma wore this sunshine-hued Rochas dress.
At the Los Angeles premiere of La La Land, Emma wore this stunning blue Prada number, complete with sparkling embellishment.
Emma turned heads when she decided to wear pants (gasp!) to the 2015 Golden Globe awards. We love this Lanvin look.
Emma wore this daring colour to the Oscars—and it worked amazingly! This Elie Saab dress is one of the actor's brightest fashion moments.
Stone mixed prints to perfection with this Michael Kors ensemble. Stripes and polka dots never looked so good.
Emma donned this white Prada dress for the New York premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
This forrest green Valentino Haute Couture was a subtle—but very stylish—choice for the Venice Film Festival.
Emma wore this pink two-tone ensemble to the 2014 MET Gala. We love the bright, punchy colours she chose and her simple and casual hair.
For the 2012 Oscars Emma was the lady in red in this beautiful Giambattista Valli Couture dress with bow accent.
Perhaps the first time Emma Stone turned our head on the red carpet was when she wore this simple Calvin Klein t-shirt dress to the 2011 Golden Globes.