• The other Princess of Cambridge

    If Kate Middleton has a baby girl, she won't be the first to be a Princess of Cambridge. Princess Mary Adelaide Wilhelmina Elizabeth of Cambridge, born in 1833, also held the title. She shared the title with her older sister, Princess Augusta, who was born in 1822. They were the daughters of Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge and Princess Augusta of Hesse-Cassel, as well as being the granddaughters of King George III. The former Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also had a son named George, who was styled similarly to his sisters until he inherited the dukedom on his father's death. The siblings grew up in

  • Queen Elizabeth welcomes newly-crowned Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander

    The Queen welcomed King Willem-Alexander and his wife Queen Maxima at her royal residence, Windsor Castle. It was the first time the trio met since the Dutch couple ascended to the throne in April. No doubt Prince William and pregnant Kate Middleton, who is due to give birth to the royal baby any day now, are on the Queen's mind. The reigning monarch met with her grandson earlier this week at Sandringham Castle, perhaps to discuss the royal baby's official title or possible name.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY The Queen was all smiles however as she continued her royal duties and welcomed her

  • Kate Middleton's baby: watch a live stream of the hospital on HELLO! Online

    Pregnant Kate Middleton is due to give birth any day now, and HELLO! Online has secured the best spot outside the hospital to watch the historic moment when Kate and her husband Prince William leave the hospital as first-time parents. Our live stream begins daily from 6am until midnight, with extensive coverage of the outside area of the private Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, London.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY The first day of streaming will start when Kate is rushed to hospital, which the media will be made aware of by an official royal announcement. The streaming will then continue

  • Kate Middleton prepares for royal baby birth with yoga

    Pregnant Kate Middleton is preparing for the birth of the royal baby with yoga classes, according to reports. Sources have revealed that the mum-to-be has been taking private pregnancy yoga sessions in preparation for the birth, which is expected in the next few days. "Pregnancy yoga is great. I'd definitely recommend that to Kate," pregnancy guru Heidi Murkoff told HELLO! Online last month.   "A baby whose mum exercises during pregnancy is more likely to be born at a healthier weight. Of course this releases endorphins too and they can boost your mood and paradoxically give you more energy." The 31-year-old – who apparently

  • The Queen kick-starts Coronation Festival in Buckingham Palace

    The Queen has arrived at Buckingham Palace to kick-start the Coronation Festival, a four-day event commemorating her sixty years on the throne. Dressed for the glorious English weather in a white dress with blue rose-printed pattern, the Queen enjoyed the sunshine and gave a broad smile as she was driven up in a golf buggy. She looked elegant wearing white gloves and a matching pearl necklace and earrings.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY The Queen arrived alongside Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the trio set off for a tour of the festivities in the palace grounds. With just days

  • Royal baby fashion: Clothes fit for a little Prince or Princess

    Prince William and Kate Middleton never leave Kensington Palace without looking picture perfect and there is no doubt that the royal baby will follow in his or her family's fashionable footsteps. With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's busy social calendar, the little one will need outfits to suit every occasion. Whether out shopping with mother Duchess Kate or at the polo pitch with doting dad William, the royal baby will undoubtedly be impeccably dressed. HELLO! Online have selected the top six outfits fit for His or Her Royal Highness Prince or Princess of Cambridge. From a cute pastel blue dungaree one piece outfit to little trainers by British designer Paul Smith, we've