• Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas attends Invictus Games

    Proving they've remained friendly, Cressida Bonas turned out to support her ex Prince Harry at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games. Looking tanned and pretty in a casual outfit, the former royal sweetheart laughed with friends including Princess Eugenie, who introduced her to Harry two years ago. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Cressida Bonas jetted in from a family wedding in Italy to attend Cressida, a budding actress, knows more than anyone how close the project is to his heart. They kept in touch during his 2012 tour of Afghanistan and the blonde was by Harry's side when he began planning

  • Happy 30th birthday Prince Harry: 10 facts about the royal

    Prince Harry celebrates his 30th birthday on Monday 15 September. The Prince, who has been enjoying the success of the Invictus Games, is expected to mark the milestone with a gathering at Kensington Palace for family and close friends. To honour Harry's birthday, HELLO! Online has gathered a list of ten facts about the Prince.   CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Prince Harry is celebrating his 30th birthday on Monday 1. Harry was born at 4.20pm on 15 September 1984 at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London. Proud parents Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales welcomed their second son in the Lindo

  • Prince Harry delivers Queen's message at Invictus Games' closing ceremony on eve of his 30th birthday

    Prince Harry delivered a message from his grandmother the Queen in the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games on Sunday evening, the day before he turned 30. The fourth-in-line to the throne looked delighted to be reading the letter, in which Her Majesty personally congratulated the Invictus athletes, to the crowd of more than 25,000. Prince Harry read the Queen's personal letter at the Invictus Games' closing ceremony "Prince Philip and I send our heartfelt congratulations to the organisers and supporters of this competition, and most importantly to you men and women of the Armed Forces who have overcome great adversity just to take part

  • Happy birthday Prince Daniel of Sweden: 10 facts about the royal

    Prince Daniel of Sweden celebrates his 41st birthday on 15 September. The Swedish royal, who is married to Crown Princess Victoria, is expected to mark his birthday surrounded by family and close friends. To honour Daniel's big day, HELLO! Online has gathered ten facts you may not have known about the prince.    CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE On the day Prince Daniel was born, his future father-in-law, Carl Gustaf, ascended the throne  1. Daniel was born on 15 September 1973 at Orebro University Hospital to parents Ewa Kristina and Olle Gunnar Westling. He is the youngest child of his parents, and he

  • Letizia's transformation from journalist to queen of Spain

    Queen Letizia celebrates her 42nd birthday on 15 September, marking her first since becoming queen of Spain in June. As Letizia celebrates the special occasion, HELLO! Online takes a look at how the journalist-turned-royal has evolved since her spectacular wedding to her handsome husband, the now King Felipe. Described by commentators as settling into her royal role in a "wonderful way", Letizia has blossomed at her husband's side into a polished and poised queen of the peninsular country.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY Queen Letizia was working as a journalist when she met her future husband King Felipe Ten years ago,

  • Princesses Estelle and Leonore reunited in Sweden for baby cousin time

    Princess Madeleine of Sweden has shared an adorable photo on Facebook of her six-month-old daughter Princess Leonore with her older cousin Princess Estelle. The baby duo, who don't get to spend much time together given that they live on opposite sides of the Atlantic, looked picture perfect as they cuddled up for their girly play date. Royal watchers will have noted how much Leonore has grown since her last official public appearance three months ago.   Princess Estelle embraces her baby cousin Princess Leonore The latest addition to the Swedish royal family was christened on her parents Madeleine and Chris O'Neill's first