• Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece shares throwback wedding photo ahead of anniversary

    As her 20th wedding anniversary approaches, Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece has been reminiscing about her special day. The 46-year-old, who wed Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece in London on 1 July 1995, shared a charming throwback photo to the day she became a princess. "My wedding picture," mother-of-five Marie-Chantal captioned the black-and-white image. "Coming up on 20 years!" The beautiful bride, whose maiden name was Marie-Chantal Miller, stands out in the image, sporting her stunning lace Valentino wedding gown. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Princess Marie-Chantal shared a throwback photo of her wedding ahead of her 20th anniversary Royal watchers were keen to note

  • Royal baby could share birthday with Kate's late grandfather

    As the days pass and the excitement about the arrival of the royal baby hits fever pitch, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, neé Kate Middleton, may be preparing themselves to welcome their second child over a particularly special weekend. Both 25 April and 26 April are important dates for the two families – with Saturday 25 April being the birthday of Kate's late maternal grandfather, Ronald Goldsmith. William and Kate may welcome their second child on a special weekend Ronald, who passed away in 2003, was born on 25 April 1931. Ronald and his wife Dorothy welcomed Kate's mother,

  • Royal baby: How Kate's favourite pub will celebrate the birth

    When the Duchess of Cambridge, neé Kate Middeleton, visits her parents in the little English village of Bucklebury, it's The Old Boot Inn which she picks as her pub of choice. So naturally, the establishment's management are very excited about their VIP client's impending new arrival. Owner John Haley, who was invited to the royal wedding at Westminster Abbey in 2011, has revealed to HELLO! Online how the pub will celebrate the birth of the royal baby - though he stresses they have no inside knowledge about when the new little Prince or Princess will make an entrance. "Because none of