• Kate Middleton's polka dot tribute to Princess Diana as William shows off modern parenting style

    New mother Kate Middleton wore polka dots as she showed off her baby boy, the future King. It was surely a way to remember Princess Diana whom her husband must have missed so much on this of all days. Thirty one years ago with Prince William as a newborn in her arms, the Princess was in a similar dotted frock by Catherine Walker as she faced the barrage of cameras on the steps of the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital.   CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE The Duchess of Cambridge's empire line frock was a bespoke design by Jenny Packham, specifically made

  • William and Kate: Ten most tender moments

    From the beginning, Prince William and Kate Middleton have enchanted the world with their fairytale relationship. From their university days, to their enchanting Royal wedding, to the birth of their firstborn child, the world has watched in excitement as we have seen the couple grow into a family of three. As the new parents settle into their first week as a family with the little Prince George, HELLO! Online takes a look back to the couple's most romantic moments over the past few years.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL

  • King Philippe and Queen Mathilde release first official pictures as he ascends throne

    King Philippe and his wife Queen Mathilde have released their first official portraits as the King and Queen of Belgium. The regal shots show a confident King posing in uniform before a majestic setting of sprawling grounds. A purple sash is draped over the new monarch's shoulder, as he looks calm and collectedly at the camera, a trace of a smile creeping into one of the photographs.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Queen Mathilde, 40, joined her husband of 13 years for the official portraits, standing tall in a beautiful full-length cobalt blue gown. Befitting of a Queen, a tiara perfectly finished her outfit, along with

  • Kermit the frog and Miss Piggy join in celebrations for Kate Middleton's baby with hilarious video

    Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy will have given Prince William and Kate Middleton a laugh out loud moment by sending their congratulations on the arrival of royal baby George in a hilarious Muppets video. In the short clip Miss Piggy rushes up to Kermit and exclaims: "Isn't it exciting Kate is a mommy, Prince William is a daddy and there's a new royal baby boy."   "Yeah it's wonderful," he replies, slightly less enthused his friend. Then his porcine companion suggests that Kermit might be feeling broody for some tadpoles of his own. "Kind of makes you want to have a royal child of your own,

  • HELLO! unveils souvenir edition to mark the birth of baby Cambridge

    The world lived a hugely historic moment on Tuesday when the new Prince George was presented for the first time on the steps of the Lindo Wing, St Mary's Hosptal, by his mum Kate Middleton and dad Prince William. To mark the momentous occasion of the birth of baby Cambridge, HELLO!'s special souvenir edition – issue 1288 – will hit newsstands on Friday. The HELLO! iPad app, featuring extra pictures of the royal baby, is available to download from iTunes on Thursday 24 July. Pick up your own copy of the magazine for unrivalled coverage of the little Prince's welcome into the world, with

  • The Queen meets Kate Middleton and Prince William's royal baby for the first time

    The Queen has said she is "thrilled" to welcome her first great-grandson, and two days after Prince William and Kate Middleton's new baby son Prince George was born, the reigning monarch finally got the chance to meet the latest addition to the British royal family. Queen Elizabeth II was spotted being driven into the grounds of Kensington Palace on Wednesday morning, in a green Bentley car, and was clearly excited to welcome Baby Cambridge. She looked elegant wearing a summery turquoise dress and pearls, and gave a broad smile as she was whisked through the palace gates.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY The

  • Royal baby in numbers: How Kate Middleton's baby boosted the economy and gave the nation a lift

    Prince William and Kate Middleton are now behind closed doors with their little boy at her family's home in Bucklebury, enjoying what their spokesman described as "quiet, private time to get to know their baby". In the meantime their little Prince George has already given a real boost to the economy and to the national mood. Take a look at the difference Baby Cambridge has made to the country in numbers. £240 million: The boost to the economy, with Britons toasting the newborn and buying memorabilia. 25300: Tweets per minute on day of the birth as people rushed to spread the

  • Uncle Harry meets Prince William and Kate Middleton's baby boy

    He said back in December that he couldn't wait to become an uncle, and on Wednesday Prince Harry became the latest member of the family to set eyes on Kate Middleton and Prince William's newborn son, Prince George. The royal baby met his uncle at Kensington Palace after Harry made the trip back to London from his Army Air Corps base in Suffolk. Proud great-grandma, the Queen also spent 30 minutes admiring the baby who will one day occupy her throne.     There has been a steady trickle of visitors to see the little one since he left hospital with his parents in

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton travel to her family home in Bucklebury

    William and Kate have left Kensington Palace and travelled to Bucklebury, Berkshire, where they will stay at the home of Kate’s parents Carole and Michael Middleton. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were spotted being driven out of the palace at around 1pm on Wednesday, shortly after they received a visit from both the Queen and Prince Harry. Prince George, who is destined to be King, has now met all of the couple’s closest relations, apart from Prince Philip. According to reports, Prince Philip has been staying at Sandringham, Norfolk.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY After facing the media on Tuesday evening

  • Royal baby memorabilia made in honour of Prince William and Kate Middleton's firstborn

    With the arrival of Prince William and Kate Middleton's firstborn Prince George, a fresh wave of royal baby fever has hit the nation. The next big question well-wishers are wondering is what Baby Cambridge will be named. Click on the photo below for a gallery of royal baby memorabilia.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY OF MEMORABILIA   In the meantime, fans of Britain's golden couple can have fun browsing through the commemorative memorabilia on sale, and find their special way of honouring the birth of the third in line to the throne. HELLO! Online has selected some of the highest quality souvenirs that have

  • Why Kate Middleton's mum Carole will be a tower of strength while William is away

    Kate Middleton spent less than 24 hours in Kensington Palace, staying only long enough for her son Prince George to receive visits from his royal relatives. Instead, she headed for Bucklebury, Berkshire to stay with her mother Carole Middleton. When the Middletons bought their £4.85 million house, which is located at the end of a country lane in the picturesque village, it was with a view to just this eventuality.   Similar dresses, similar attitude from Kate and Carole Unlike their old house, where Kate's father Michael was photographed mowing the lawn shortly after the royal wedding, the property is secluded enough to

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton flooded with baby gifts from around the world

    Following the birth of Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal baby George, the first-time parents have been inundated with gifts from all around the world. Perhaps the most unique is from a pub in Cambridge that William and Kate visited last year in the early stages of the Duchess' pregnancy. The Greene King Pub the Fort St George of the small town have permanently reserved a seat for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's firstborn and marked it with a plaque. "We want the family to know they are very welcome to come back any time, and there will always be a

  • Experience the moment Prince William and Kate Middleton introduced Prince George to the world with our 360 degree image

    History was made as Prince William and Kate Middleton left the hospital on Tuesday evening and introduced their newborn son Prince George of Cambridge to the world. The proud parents looked overcome with emotion as they were greeted by huge cheers and applause from the well-wishers and international media who had gathered outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, Paddington. The gathered crowds created a euphoric atmosphere as they warmly welcomed the future King and congratulated his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. With HELLO! Online's 360 degree view of the family of three, bustling press pens and ecstatic onlookers, you can experience the magic

  • Prince George Alexander Louis: The history and significance of the royal baby's name

    Prince William and Kate Middleton have named their son George Alexander Louis. "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to announce that they have named their son George Alexander Louis," read a statement from Kensington Palace. "The baby will be known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge."   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY When the Duke and Duchess presented their newborn royal baby to the world on Tuesday evening, the baby's proud father said they were "still working on a name." The couple announced their decision just hours after the newborn's great-grandmother the Queen had visited the new family at Kensington Palace. Historically, the