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Young fan overcome with excitement as she photographs William and Harry at polo event

The chance to photograph both Prince William and Prince Harry was a once-in-a-lifetime-moment one young fan was not going to miss. Clutching her camera phone, an excitable girl ran up to the two brothers to take their picture at a polo match, and she was rewarded with big smiles from William and Harry. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY The ecstatic look on her face said it all as she realised she had captured a unique close-up of both princes, and with a squeal she dashed over to celebrate the moment with her friends. Good natured William, 30, and Harry, 28,

Duke of Edinburgh in 'good condition' as he leaves hospital

The Duke of Edinburgh has left hospital, 11 days after he was admitted for exploratory abdominal surgery. Prince Philip looked in good spirits as he left the private London Clinic, after shaking hands with the staff that had looked after him. He was then driven away from the private London Clinic, smiling and waving to well-wishers and gathered press.   CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE The 92-year-old has left hospital earlier than expected. He was told he would be recovering in the clinic for two weeks, but has been allowed to leave early after making good progress. He will, however, need

Royal baby to boost UK economy by £243million

See a gallery of royal memorabilia in honour of William and Kate's baby Experts have predicted that the royal baby will provide a massive boost to the UK economy. To celebrate the arrival of pregnant Kate Middleton and Prince William's baby, Britons are expected to spend a staggering £243 million on champagne, memorabilia and food for parties. Almost a third of this figure will be spent on raising a toast to the newborn. The research, carried out by the Centre for Retail Research, predicts that three million bottles of Champagne and sparkling wine will be consumed.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY OF