• The Queen leads the Windsors' colourful history at the Chelsea Flower Show

    This year the Chelsea Flower Show celebrates its centennial year. Its status as "the greatest flower show on earth" is maintained in no small part by its long-standing association with the Queen. The relationship dates back as far as May 1952, and since then the monarch has visited the annual show on all but 12 occasions. It's a passion she has passed on; this year, interest is at an all-time high thanks to the involvement of her grandson, Prince Harry. In celebration of the horticultural show's 100th birthday, HELLO! Online takes a look back at its colourful history with

  • Princes William and Harry join forces to open Help for Heroes centre

    Prince William and Prince Harry joined forces on Monday morning to open a new Help for Heroes centre in Wiltshire. The Duke of Cambridge and younger brother Harry, who are both members of the armed forces, opened Tedworth House in Tidworth. The brothers charmed the crowds and warmly engaged with injured and sick servicemen and women and their families.    Father-to-be William expressed his gratitude as he was given a bunch of flowers for wife Kate Middleton, a babygro and a teddy bear.  A rousing speech by RAF search and rescue helicopter pilot William officially opened the centre, which has the