• Camilla's 66th birthday: Ten facts about the Duchess of Cornwall

    As the world awaits the arrival of Kate Middleton and Prince William's first child, the royal family have another occasion to celebrate this week as Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, turns 66 on 17th July. To honour Camilla's birthday, HELLO! Online has compiled a list of ten facts about the wife of Prince Charles. .   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL

  • Pregnant Zara Phillips will not continue horse-riding after change of heart

    Zara Phillips will not continue horse-riding until after she has given birth, it has been announced. A spokesperson for the Queen's grand-daughter said that Zara's pregnancy – it is thought that she is in her third month with her first child with husband Mike Tindall – is progressing 'happily and healthily'. But she confirmed that the royal equestrian is being ‘sensible’ and has cancelled all trials until after the birth early next year.   "The fact is that all of Zara’s horses have now qualified for the events she wishes to enter them for next year," said the spokesperson. "She has done so well already

  • Belgium prepares for King Albert II's abdication

    Preparations have been made for the abdication of King Albert II of Belgium, who will officially end his 20-year reign on Sunday. A detailed programme of events has been scheduled to guide the handing over of the Belgian throne from King Albert to his son, Crown Prince Philippe, 53.     CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY The historic moment will be marked the night before when the King will attend a traditional concert in the Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels, accompanied by the Belgian Royal family. The esteemed guests will then move on to one of the capital's oldest quarters to enjoy a

  • The Queen hopes royal baby arrives before she goes on holiday

    The Queen has said she would like Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal baby to arrive soon because she is going on holiday. When asked if she would like her third great-granchild to be a little Prince or Princess, Her Majesty said "I don't really mind." "I hope it arrives soon because I'm going on holiday," she said.   As the world awaits the arrival of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first child, the 87-year-old monarch visited Kendal, Cumbria with Princess Anne. Dressed in an emerald green outfit on one of the hottest days of the year, she was met by enthusiastic crowds including