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Prince Charles has paid tribute to the late comedienne Joan Rivers, who passed away on Thursday at the age of 81. The prince and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, who were close friends with Joan, released a statement via Clarence House saying that they were "deeply saddened" to hear of the star's death. "Joan Rivers was an extraordinary woman with an original and indefatigable spirit, an unstoppable sense of humour and an enormous zest for life," said Charles, also speaking on behalf of Camilla. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Joan Rivers was good friends with Prince Charles who she
Pierre Casiraghi celebrates his 27th birthday on Friday 5 September. The handsome royal is expected to mark the occasion surrounded by his family and close friends. To celebrate Pierre's birthday, HELLO! Online has gathered ten facts you may not know about Princess Caroline's son… CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Pierre Casiraghi is the fourth-in-line to the Monegasque throne 1. Pierre was born on 5 September 1987 at the Princess Grace Hospital in La Colle, Monaco to parents Princess Caroline of Monaco and Stefano Casiraghi. 2. He is the grandson of the late Princess Grace of Monaco and his uncle is Prince Albert II
As she juggles her equestrian career with being a full-time mum to baby Mia, Zara Tindall is managing without hired help. The royal sportswoman told an interviewer from the Telegraph she hasn't employed a childminder, despite speculation to the contrary. Zara Tindall is juggling her career with motherhood without taking on hired help "The press have printed that I have a nanny, who is my best mate Dolly Maude, which they obviously haven’t realised…" she said. "She’s been to two competitions and helped me and she’s apparently my nanny… but she's not, she’s got four of her own kids to
Zara Tindall has pledged her support for her cousin Prince Harry and his four-day sporting event – Invictus Games – which he launched earlier this year. The games are a Paralympic-style event for wounded servicemen and women that aim to use sport to inspire recovery and bring injured personnel back into the community. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO Zara, who will be playing a game of wheelchair rugby alongside Harry and her husband Mike Tindall, spoke of her excitement ahead of the televised match. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Sporting couple Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall will compete in a rugby wheelchair match "Sport is