• Princess Mary and Princess Marie enjoy family fun with their children

    Crown Princess Mary and Princess Marie both headed out for family days with their little ones last week. The royal mums were completely in sync when it came to choosing fun activities for their children, opting for outings that saw their little princes and princesses interact with a number of animals. Crown Princess Mary stepped out with three of her four children; Princess Isabella, who will celebrate her eighth birthday on 21 April, and four-year-old twins, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine. They were photographed together making the most of the sunny weather at a farm in Kirke Hyllinge on Sunday,

  • Royal baby: How we will cover William and Kate's new arrival

    With the royal baby expected any day now, HELLO! Online is your destination for all the latest news as it happens. From the moment that the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, is admitted to the Lindo Wing to the first glimpse at the new baby – we'll be live-blogging, tweeting and sharing up-to-the-minute updates every step of the way. Royal enthusiasts and members of the press are already beginning to gather outside St Mary's Hospital where Prince William and Kate are set to welcome their second child, but you can get a front row seat to all the action

  • Royal baby number 2 could share birthday with the Queen

    The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, has refused to confirm her exact due date for royal baby number two, but the new arrival could coincide with one of three special dates if born in the next week – namely the Queen's birthday, St George's Day or Prince William and Kate's wedding anniversary. If born on Tuesday, the baby Prince or Princess will share a birthday with their great-grandmother the Queen. Her Majesty will celebrate her 89th birthday on 21 April. A St George's Day birth is also a possibility, with the national day falling just two days ahead of Kate's

  • HELLO! readers choose Diana as favourite royal baby name

    The royal baby should be a girl called Diana, HELLO! Online readers say. Over 8,000 of you cast your vote on what you think Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, should name their second child – and Diana was the most popular choice by far. It appears the majority of readers believe William and Kate's second child will be a girl, with 82 per cent of the votes cast selecting a girl's name for the impending arrival. 31.1 per cent of readers thought William should pay tribute to his late mother Princess Diana should he welcome

  • Princess Beatrice meets former Spanish king at Formula 1

    Princess Beatrice brought her usual style and grace to the Bahrain Grand Prix over the weekend. Attending with her boyfriend Dave Clark, Beatrice was pictured mingling with fellow royals and high-society stars. The Queen's granddaughter made one unlikely acquaintance when she was introduced to the former king of Spain, Juan Carlos I. Following royal protocol, Beatrice, 26, curtseyed to the 77-year-old ex-monarch, who abdicated from the Spanish throne last summer. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Dave Clark, Princess Beatrice and the former king of Spain Juan Carlos I attended the Bahrain Grand Prix As a Formula One fan who regularly attends racing

  • 9 adorable royal babies and toddlers around the world

    We all know and love Kate Middleton and Prince William's little boy Prince George and eagerly await the arrival of their second child. But, although the little prince may be one of the most famous royal babies, he certainly isn't the only one. Prince George already knows how to work the camera Photo: Getty Images From the moment an heir steps out for the first public appearance as a newborn, the world is fascinated by his or her every move. From first steps to first days of school, we can't get enough of these royal kids. Isla Phillips is all smiles with her mom Autumn Photo: Getty

  • Kate Middleton's special request for Prince George's baby buggy

    Kate Middleton carried on with royal tradition when she chose a Silver Cross baby buggy for Prince George back in 2013. Other royal tots in the past, including George's grandfather Prince Charles, have been cared for using buggies from the same British brand. With the guidance of her mom Carole, Kate asked for specific features to be included in her son's buggy, and the item, which costs approximately $2,400, was made to her exact needs. One of the extra add-ons that the Middletons requested was an insect net, which has now become a standard feature across all Silver Cross buggies. The

  • Royal baby number two's birth could fall on three very important dates in April

    April is proving to be a very big month for the British royal family. Although Kate Middleton has simply shared that her and Prince William's new baby will be born in "mid to late April," the new arrival could coincide with one of three special dates if born in the next week – namely Queen Elizabeth's birthday, St. George's Day or Prince William and Kate's wedding anniversary.If born on April 21, the baby Prince or Princess will share a birthday with their great-grandmother. Her Majesty will celebrate her 89th birthday on Tuesday. A St. George's Day birth is also