• Princess Diana wanted to marry Hasnat Khan and move to Pakistan, friend Jemima Khan reveals

    Princess Diana was so "madly in love" with Hasnat Khan that she "wanted to marry him, even if that meant living in Pakistan," her friend Jemima Khan has revealed. In a Vanity Fair interview titled, 'The Grandmother Prince George Never Knew', Jemima says Diana sought her advice on her romance with the heart surgeon, who she dated from 1995 until 1997, during fundraising trips to Lahore.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY Jemima, who at the time was married to Hasnat's distant cousin Imran Khan, said Diana had "wanted to know how hard it had been for me to adapt to life

  • Prince William to attend first royal duty since the birth of his son

    Kensington Palace has announced that Prince William will fulfil his first official duty since the birth of his son Prince George when he attends the Anglesey Show on Wednesday 14 August. William and Kate spent much of Kate's pregnancy in Anglesey, where he is based as a search and rescue pilot. He will give a speech and accept a gift at the farming event and meet local young farmers.     Prince William took part in the the Jerudong Trophy at Cirencester Park Polo Club on 14 July   The new dad will also watch gundog and falconry displays and view some cattle judging before moving

  • Prince George will lead a 'normal life'

    Prince William and Kate Middleton will try to give Prince George as normal an upbringing as possible, and will take inspiration from the late Princess Diana, according to reports. "It'll be a carbon copy of how William and Harry were brought up, because of their mother," an insider told PEOPLE magazine. "However Diana is painted, her greatest legacy is her sons. "The way they've been brought up and the way she taught them to think for themselves and to lead a normal life."   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY William and Kate may well need nannies to help with the care of their child

  • Prince George official pictures: Who have William and Kate given the coveted commission?

    We could have official pictures of Prince George sooner rather than later. A royal spokesman has said Prince William and Kate Middleton have agreed to have the pictures taken during the new dad's paternity leave from RAF Valley in Anglesey. Which leads to the question of who will receive the coveted commission. HELLO! Online has picked out the photographers who may be in contention because of their links with the royal family.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY   Hugo Burnand Hugo is the frontrunner after taking the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding photos. He also had that honour when Prince Charles tied

  • Prince William and Prince Harry to play polo this weekend

    Prince William will make his first public appearance since the birth of his son Prince George, when he travels to Ascot to play in a charity polo match this weekend. While it was unsure whether the Duke of Cambridge would want to spend much time away from his one-week old son, Prince William has confirmed he will attend the Audi Polo Challenge on Saturday alongside his brother Prince Harry.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY The royal siblings are experienced polo players and often play in matches that support charities close to their heart. This upcoming game will be held in aid of