• Prince Charles and his sons William and Harry to attend funeral of Hugh van Cutsem

    Prince Charles will bid farewell to his dear friend and trusted confidant Hugh van Cutsem with Prince William and Prince Harry by his side. Charles and his two sons will be among the mourners gathered at Brentwood Cathedral in Essex on 11th September, to honour the life of the late conservationist.   CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE Charles' wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Kate Middleton are not expected to attend. Charles and Hugh, a former officer in the Household Cavalry, had been close since their days together at Cambridge University. Hugh shared the Prince's passions for rural life, field sports and conservation. He and

  • One week to go: excitement builds for next royal wedding

    Almost a year after the marriage of the Hereditary Grand Duke, the Luxembourg royal family is preparing to celebrate another wedding. Prince Felix, the 29-year-old son of Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, will marry his German sweetheart Claire Lademacher, who is the daughter of telecomms millionaire Harmut Lademacher, in two ceremonies next week.   Expect a more muted affair than the two days of lavish celebrations for his elder brother Prince Guillaume who tied the knot with Countess Stephanie de Lannoy in October 2013. According to the Grand Ducal Palace it is not an official state occasion. Nor will

  • Billionaire Aga Khan's son Prince Hussain and Princess Khaliya divorce

    Prince Hussain, the second son of the billionaire and spiritual leader Aga Khan, and his converted American wife Princess Khaliya have reportedly divorced. The New-York born beauty has bought herself a £1.5million apartment in Manhattan, according to MailOnline, sparking speculation that the couple have permanently gone their separate ways. Born as Kristin White, Princess Khaliya converted to Islam and adopted her new name for her marriage to the prince in September 2006. The couple met while they were students at Columbia University.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY At the time, HELLO! Magazine covered the royal nuptials that started with a traditional Muslim ceremony

  • Emotional Prince William opens up about fatherhood and protecting Prince George

    Prince William has admitted that his visits to Africa, a place close to his heart, have made the young royal more emotional and protective over his newborn son Prince George. The Duke of Cambridge, who welcomed the birth of his first child with Kate Middleton in July, recalled the first time he travelled to Kenya at the age of 17 and saw an elephant that had been darted. "It just blew my mind really," said Prince William, speaking to CNN. "It was being that close to something so huge, something so majestic and seeing its vulnerability. It was lying in the

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton given painting from 'role model' artist with Down Syndrome

    Prince William and Kate Middleton received a painting done by Tazia Fawley, a talented British artist with Down Syndrome, as a gift to mark the arrival of Prince George. The colourful picture, entitled Rupert flies over the Suspension Bridge, depicts Rupert Bear looking up into the sky while admiring the flurry of hot air balloons flying past the famous Bristolian landmark. Speaking exclusively to HELLO! Online, Tazia's mother Gylda Thomas explained how her daughter was a role model and a "light" to other people with Down Syndrome, and how Tazia had felt giving away her artwork.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY "Tazia thought