• Queen delighted as Peter and Autumn announce they're expecting a spring baby

    The Queen is "delighted" after being told she is to become a great-grandmother for the second time. Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn are expecting their second child, the Palace has confirmed. CLICK ON PHOTO FOR MORE PICS OF THE COUPLE'S ADORABLE FIRST CHILD SAVANNAH   Princess Anne's Canadian daughter-in-law will welcome the new arrival in March. "The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh, as well as Autumn's family, have been informed and are delighted with the news," says a representative. The couple's first child, a little girl named Savanah, was born on December 29, 2010 at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. There will be just

  • Bhutan royal wedding: A kiss for his queen as thoroughly modern royal couple celebrate their way

    There was clapping and cheering as Bhutan's charismatic 'Dragon King' gave his new queen a kiss on the cheek while presenting her to 30,000 spectators at Changlimithang stadium in Thimpu. But there was more to come for the delighted well-wishers who had turned out to congratulate "the William and Kate of the Himalayas".   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY In this culture steeped in ancient tradition, public displays of affection are not commonplace. But times are clearly changing. When the 31-year-old monarch asked his people if he should go one step futher and give his nervous-looking Queen Jetsun Pema a peck on the lips

  • Bhutan royal wedding: Pomp and pageantry bring festivities to a spectacular end

    Three days of majestic wedding celebrations for Bhutan's Dragon King and his true love, a beautiful student who has been crowned the Druk Gyal-tsuen or Queen, came to an end with a thrilling all-day spectacle. King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck had announced that "his wedding would be a family affair and the people of Bhutan are his family." And tens of thousands of his devoted subjects turned up to enjoy the show, featuring 500 performers, in the capital Thimpu.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Running for seven hours, the event showcased the very best of Bhutanese culture. The most striking feature of Saturday's festivities was in fact a wedding gift. Measuring

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