• Prince Charles: I hope the royal baby is a little girl

    Prince Charles has said he is "thrilled" by the news that Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their second child - and revealed he is hoping for a little Princess. The Prince, 65, was asked about the pregnancy during a Prince's Trust event in South London on Tuesday. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Prince Charles has said he hopes his second grandchild is a little girl Corey Johnson was among those waiting to shake hands with the royal during his visit to Bermondsey. He congratulated Charles on becoming a grandfather, to which the Prince cheerfully replied: "I already am!" He

  • Duchess Kate to miss opening ceremony of Prince Harry's Invictus Games due to morning sickness

    The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, will not attend the opening ceremony of Prince Harry's Invictus Games on Wednesday evening, Kensington Palace has confirmed. Kate, who is expecting her second baby with Prince William, is once again suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, the acute morning sickness she was struck down with while pregnant with Prince George. The 32-year-old royal will also not be attending the athletics event she was scheduled to watch on Thursday, while her two-day trip to Malta at the end of September "will be kept under review and a decision taken closer to the time".   CLICK

  • Prince Harry: I'm starting to 'feel old' ahead of 30th

    Prince Harry has said he is "starting to feel" old ahead of his landmark 30th birthday on Monday, but said he sees himself as "always young at heart". Harry spoke about his upcoming birthday as he attended a 'curtain raiser' event for the Invictus Games, which will officially begin on Wednesday evening. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY Prince Harry has said he is 'starting to feel old' ahead of his 30th Handing out medals after a driving challenge in Warwickshire, the prince revealed he would probably celebrate his big day by getting involved in the Invictus Games in some way. According

  • British royals turn out for Prince Harry's Invictus Games

    After months of planning, Prince Harry launched his inaugural Invictus Games on Wednesday at London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The event kicked off with a shortened version of God Save the Queen, followed by the Invictus fanfare. The actor Idris Elba read the poem Invictus, by William Ernest Henley, before the teams emerged to cheers from the crowd.  CLICK ON PICTURES FOR GALLERY Harry, who was introduced by US First Lady Michelle Obama by recorded message, said "lives will be changed" by the Games. "Over the next four days we will see some truly remarkable achievements. For some of

  • Princesses Victoria and Madeleine of Sweden support mum Silvia at her children's charity gala

    The Swedish royal family stepped out in full force to show their support for Queen Silvia and the children's charity she set up 15 years ago. As the reigning monarch arrived for an anniversary gala dinner held in one of Stockholm's finest restaurants, she was joined by her daughters Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Madeleine and their respective husbands Prince Daniel and Chris O'Neill. The royals caused quite a stir among their fellow guests and onlookers as they donned their most glamorous attire for the World Childhood Foundation benefit.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY Chris O'Neill, Princess Madeleine and Queen Silvia

  • Prince Charles: I hope the royal baby is a little girl

    Prince Charles has said he is "thrilled" by the news that Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their second child - and revealed he is hoping for a little Princess. The Prince, 65, was asked about the pregnancy during a Prince's Trust event in South London on Tuesday. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Prince Charles has said he hopes his second grandchild is a little girl Corey Johnson was among those waiting to shake hands with the royal during his visit to Bermondsey. He congratulated Charles on becoming a grandfather, to which the Prince cheerfully replied: "I already am!" He