• A look back at British royals Down Under

    Prince Harry became the latest British royal to touch down in Australia on Friday, as royal fever struck Down Under. Following in the footsteps of Prince William and Prince Charles, who both visited on separate occasions in 2012, and his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, who has visited several times over her reign as monarch, Harry is on his first official visit to Australia.   As the Prince prepares to represent the Queen during an eight-day visit, which includes attending the International Fleet Review to mark Australia's naval centenary and meeting Australia's new prime minister Tony Abbott, we take a look back at the British royals who

  • Prince Harry receives a warm welcome in Sydney

    Prince Harry was given a warm welcome on his first solo visit to Australia as he attended the International Fleet Review in Sydney. Well-wishers turned out in their thousands to catch a glimpse of the Prince, who looked dapper in a navy suit and a blue patterned tie. The Queen's grandson was sure to talk to the younger members of the crowd, as well as their parents, making funny faces to keep them entertained.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY One young boy presented Harry with a toy koala, who joined them for a photograph. Earlier in the day Harry boarded the Australian navy's HMAS Leeuwin

  • Prince Harry proves a hit with Australia's First Family

    It wan't just the Australian public who were charmed by Prince Harry on Saturday, the country's new Prime Minister and his family very much seemed to be fans of the young royal too. Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who was elected just more than two weeks ago, his wife Margie and their two daughters, Frances, 22 and 20-year-old Bridget, were photographed laughing and smiling with the Prince as he attended an official engagement at Admiral House in Kirribilli . "They're both very excited to see you," said the Prime Minister as he introduced Harry to his statuesque daughters, who he has previously described as