• Prince Harry continues to champion sports for injured army personnel in Australia

    Having showed off his wheelchair rugby skills during a match at the Invictus Games last year, it was only fitting that Prince Harry tried his hand at wheelchair Australian Rules Football while he's Down Under. After meeting with some wounded and injured army personnel, the Prince joined members of the Soldier Recovery Centre and the 1st Brigade for a round of the fast-paced game. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Prince Harry playing a game of wheelchair Australian Rules Football The 30-year-old is now halfway through his month-long attachment with the Australian Army. During the first two weeks of his time in

  • The A–Z of William and Kate's second royal baby

    Royal baby fever is gathering momentum as William and Kate count down the days until they become parents for the second time. Just as they were in July 2013, when Prince George was born, all eyes will soon be on the doors of the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, eagerly waiting to see the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge present their new son or daughter. While many royal watchers are keenly discussing the newborn's gender, name and potential godparents, the prospective parents have more logistical issues to consider in the run-up to the birth. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR