Princess Beatrice and her boyfriend Dave Clark enjoyed a night out with James Middleton's girlfriend, Donna Air on Thursday. Having attended the Butterfly Ball in Battersea Evolution Donna joined Beatrice and Dave as the trio headed to LouLou's nightclub to let their hair down. Beatrice, 24, kept her look simple with a black dress, jacket and shoes, adding a touch of sparkle with a glittering bag. Beatrice and Dave, who has been her boyfriend for more than six years, strolled hand-in-hand to the club previously frequented by James' sister Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William. Donna also chose an all-black
Prince William and Kate Middleton will make "fantastic parents", according to their university friend Jules Knight. The 31-year-old Holby City actor, who was firm friends with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the University of St. Andrews, said that the couple are "lovely people". "They are lovely people and I'm very happy for them that Kate's pregnant," he told new! magazine. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE "I think they'll be fantastic parents. They are very good for the country, for the monarchy and they are fantastic as a couple." Jules did admit, however, that he has lost contact with the couple since leaving
Workers at the Chelsea Flower Show could have been forgiven for not paying much attention to the young man standing around the Sentebale garden display on Friday morning — certainly many would have been surprised to learn that Prince Harry was in their midst. Wearing a high-visibility jacket and with a baseball cap pulled down over his face, the royal made a private and unannounced visit to see his charity's garden being prepared for the show. CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY Harry's visit was totally unexpected. While it was thought he would attend the world-famous horticulture event when it opens
Kate Middleton has adjusted well to her royal role, according to the wife of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's 'mentor' Sir David Manning. It is believed that lessons were learned by the experiences of the late Diana, Princess of Wales when she joined the royal family. "Contrary to popular belief, the Duchess doesn't need any help in that department at all," Lady Manning told Richard Kay, who is a Daily Mail columnist and was a confidant of the late Diana. "Let me tell you, the Duchess is interested in everything and doesn't need any encouragement or etiquette instruction,"