• Prince Harry enjoys dinner in company of few female friends

    Prince Harry has regularly topped the list as one of Britain's most eligible bachelors and on Wednesday night the Queen's grandson certainly lived up to his heartthrob reputation. Harry, 30, was spotted enjoying dinner in the company of a few female friends and judging by the smiles on their faces, the royal party had a ball of a time. Looking as dapper as ever, the Prince wore a navy suit and crisp white shirt with his top button undone.   CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Prince Harry, 30, is frequently hailed as one of Britain's most eligible bachelors Despite being flanked by

  • Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist 'excited' to confirm date of summer wedding

    Royal watchers can look forward to a beautiful summer wedding for Sweden's Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist. Two years after his sister Princess Madeleine's fairytale nuptials the family will gather again in the Royal Chapel in Stockholm's Royal Palace on 13 June 2015. Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist will marry on 13 June 2015 "We look forward to a summer wedding in the middle of June, when Sweden is very beautiful," said the couple in statement on the palace Facebook page. "It's a great day for us and we are very excited." The news was announced with

  • Duchess Kate looks happy and healthy as she attends charity gala

    The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, made her third outing this week, joining a gala dinner for Action on Addiction. The pregnant royal, who is expecting her second baby with Prince William next April and has been suffering heavily from morning sickness, looked gorgeous in a Temperley London black knee-length dress. The dress had on-trend white crocheting throughout, and the Duchess accessorised with black heels and a matching clutch. CLICK ON PICTURES FOR GALLERY The charity is one of Kate's selected patronages, and the 32-year-old royal looked pleased to be attending the annual event which was held

  • Queen 'shocked and saddened' by Canadian shooting

    Following the tragic shooting in Ottawa, Canada on Wednesday, the Queen has sent her condolences. The 88-year-old monarch, who is Canada's head of state, revealed that she was "shocked and saddened". A single gunman, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, opened fire at the national war memorial in Ottawa, Canada's capital, killing Canadian soldier Nathan Crillo. Michael Zehaf-Bibeau later forced his way into the national parliament where he was killed. On Wednesday evening the country's Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, read a statement from an undisclosed locaton. "This week’s events are a grim reminder that Canada is not immune to the types of terrorist attacks we have

  • Prince Charles 'greatly saddened' by death of Lynda Bellingham

    Prince Charles has spoken of the late Lynda Bellingham, calling her a "wonderful ambassador". "I did just want to pay, if I may, a special tribute to Lynda Bellingham, who was, as many of you know, a wonderful ambassador for Prime," the Prince told guests at the launch of the new report f Prince's Initiative for Mature Enterprise (Prime). "Personally I was greatly saddened to learn that she had passed away this week. As you know, she was not only a marvellous actress but also someone who worked tirelessly for others." He continued: "So she really will be hugely missed." Lynda was also an