• Prince Harry comforts Cressida Bonas after stepfather's funeral with date night

    Cressida Bonas' caring boyfriend Prince Harry was at her side following the sad event of her stepfather's funeral. The fourth-in-line took his sweetheart out on a night out to lift her spirits after she had bid a sad final farewell to Christopher Shaw, who died aged 76.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY Cressida and Harry were spotted in the royal box at the Royal Albert Hall watching Cirque du Soleil's new show Quidam. Earlier in the day Cressida had arrived with her half-brother Jacobi Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe at the Hampshire funeral of Mr Shaw. The colourful financier was the fourth husband of her mother, society beauty

  • Kate Middleton is a vision in blue on Valentine's outing without William

    Kate Middleton was greeted by screams and cheers as she arrived to meet excited schoolchildren in the sports hall at Northolt High School in Ealing, London on Friday. The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in a bright blue £225 LK Bennett dress and her trademark black heels, with her chestnut hair worn in loose curls. Kate also wore delicate drop earrings, a matching necklace as well as a Cartier watch. Like Kate's engagement ring, the £3,550 timepiece features a sapphire, leading some royal watchers to speculate whether it was a Valentine's Day gift from her husband Prince William. The sapphire gems

  • The secrets behind Kate's jewels

    Kate Middleton's dazzing jewellery collection drew gasps of admiration when she visited the Art Room project at Northolt High School, London, on Friday. HELLO! Online takes a look at the secrets behind the gems. The rings The Duchess was spotted wearing three rings on her wedding finger for the first time – leading some to wonder whether she was wearing an eternity ring alongside her wedding band and engagement ring. Eternity rings are traditionally given by a husband to his wife after the birth of their first child.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY The watch Kate is rarely seen wearing a

  • Princes William and Harry join forces to help flood effort

    Prince William and Prince Harry joined forces early on Friday in a bid to help Britain's flood relief effort. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY The royal brothers made a surprise appearance with Harry's colleagues from the Household Cavalry when they visited the severely flooded town of Datchet in Berkshire. Knee-deep in water, but maintaining high spirits, William and Harry were photographed tossing sandbags to one another as they helped limit the river's effects.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Graham Leaver, who is parish clerk of the village which lies just two miles from Windsor Castle, said that the Princes' visit had "gone