Ten years ago on Tuesday, Prince Charles' longterm companion, the former Camilla Parker Bowles, appeared before the public wearing his grandmother's ring as the couple announced their engagement. Now the Duchess of Cornwall, she is one of the monarchy's best assets, elegant, warm and a fitting royal consort to the man she has loved for much of her life. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Prince Charles and Camilla at the civil ceremony during their wedding celebrations on 9 April, 2005 Like his parents the Queen and Prince Philip, and Prince William and the Duchess of
Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge (née Kate Middleton) and their son Prince George are back on British soil after their family holiday in the Caribbean island of Mustique, where they celebrated the 60th birthday of Kate's mum Carole Middleton. The family were seen boarding a British Airways plane as they prepared to set off from St Lucia's airport late last week, following their annual holiday. William, Kate and George are back on British soil after their Mustique holiday William was casual for the long-haul flight in a light blue shirt and beige trousers, carrying a floral-print
Ten years ago to this day, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall's engagement was announced to the world. It was the first time that members of the public were given a glimpse of Camilla's beautiful engagement ring, which, some jewellers claim, has provided inspiration for other rings of recent times. Looking closely at Camilla's rock, it is easy to draw comparisons between her ring and an even more famous one – the sparkler belonging to Angelina Jolie. Both pieces of jewellery were created with a special person in mind. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY A closer look
Just days after Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary headed off for their annual family skiing holiday in Switzerland, the Danish heir's younger brother Prince Joachim and his wife Princess Marie were spotted out on the slopes too. Joachim and Marie took their children to Villars – a Swiss village located just an hour's drive away from where their royal relatives were staying. Enjoying a break from their royal duties and taking advantage of the school holidays, Joachim and Marie couldn't have looked happier to be surrounded by their energetic brood. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY Princess
Days after arriving back in the UK from a family holiday to Mustique, the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, returned to work, making a private visit to a school in Beckenham, London. The British royal made the trip to Bethlem and Maudsley Hospital School for the charity Place2Be. Place2Be has a special place in Kate's heart, as the charity is the leading UK provider of school-based mental health support, and counts Kate as one of their patrons. Duchess Kate at the first ever Place2Be awards in 2014 Late in 2014, Kate invited the children's charity into her
Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince George have landed back home safely after their two week vacation to the Caribbean island of Mustique. The happy family was able to spend some R&R without any interruption The royal family looked like any typical family while boarding a British Airways plane on Monday as they prepared to take off from St. Lucia’s airport — a stop before getting back to Kensington Palace. William, 32, kept it casual for the long flight in a light blue shirt and khakis, and didn’t mind carrying a floral print carryon. Meanwhile, Kate who is 7 months pregnant, toted adorable 18-month-old George up the steps.