• Prince Harry will miss arrival of the royal baby

    Prince Harry is running out of time if he wants to be around for the arrival of the royal baby. The Prince was in London for a brief stopover at the weekend, but is heading back to Australia on Monday to continue his secondment with the Australian army. It means he might not be able to meet his new niece or nephew until mid-May. Harry, 30, is flying Down Under to spend time with army units in Perth and Sydney before embarking on his first tour of New Zealand, from 9 May until 16 May. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Prince Harry

  • The Queen 'shocked' over Nepal earthquake, as stars rally fundraising efforts

    The Queen has expressed her "shock" about the Nepal earthquake, which struck the country on Saturday and Sunday. The death toll has risen to more than 3,726 people, with several Britons unaccounted for. Buckingham Palace released a statement, writing that Her Majesty was "shocked to hear of the appalling loss of life and injuries" and that "her thoughts and prayers are with the victims". The Queen, who visited Nepal in 1961 during an official tour, addressed the message of support to the country's president Ram Baran Yadav. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY The Queen sent her "thoughts and prayers" to the victims

  • King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands' birthday: 10 facts about the royal

    King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands turns 48 on Monday, and in honour of the Dutch monarch's birthday, HELLO! Online has gathered a list of ten facts you not have known about the popular royal, who ascended the throne two years ago. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands ascended the throne in 2013 1. The king was born on 27 April 1967 at the University Medical Center in Utrecht, Netherlands, as the first child of Princess Beatrix and her husband Prince Claus. Upon birth, his official royal title was "His Royal Highness Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands". 2.

  • Princess Madeleine of Sweden takes daughter Leonore to meet the Pope

    Princess Madeleine of Sweden had the honour of meeting with the Pope on Monday, and to mark the special occasion, the royal made it a family affair. Madeleine brought her daughter Leonore to the event, while the princess' mum Queen Silvia and Madeleine's husband Chris O'Neill were also invited. In keeping with papal tradition, Madeleine and Queen Silvia were dressed in black and partially covered their heads with lace veils. Only Catholic queens and queen consorts are permitted to wear white in the presence of the Pope, following the privilège du blanc rule. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Chris O'Neill, Princess

  • Sofia Hellqvist's girlie hen party with Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden

    It's only a matter of weeks before Sofia Hellqvist marries Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, and so naturally, the bride-to-be celebrated her last days as a singleton with a girlie hen do. Sofia was joined by her two sisters and close friends, and one very important guest, her future sister-in-law Crown Princess Victoria. According to local Swedish press, Sofia was whisked away to Hatuna Stenus over the weekend. The ultra-lavish mansion sits on the banks of Lake Mälaren, about an hour west of Stockholm. Sofia, clad in her favourite deep purple bikini, was pictured living it up with her nearest and

  • Prince Harry and Charles' busy schedule in Turkey ahead of royal birth

    It's a busy weekend for the British royal family! Kate Middleton is due to give birth any moment, but Prince Charles and Prince Harry are busy carrying out their own royal duties in Turkey. The duo joined forces in Turkey Friday to kick off two days of engagements honoring the centenary of the Gallipoli Campaign. While Prince William is in London anxiously awaiting the imminent arrival of his second child, his father and brother will meet with the country's president for a banquet, meet descendants of those who took part in the campaign and attend a number of commemoration services. Photo: Getty Images The father-son duo stepped out together on Thursday

  • Queen Elizabeth's top 27 spring style moments

    Queen Elizabeth's bright colorful ensembles can battle any dreary London day. While it might be Kate Middleton that typically gets most of the attention when it comes to best practices in personal style, we shouldn’t lose sight that the Duchess is merely being groomed to follow in the footsteps of the one in charge — Her Majesty. Queen Elizabeth, 89, has consistently kept with the times all while redefining and incorporating royal codes of dress, including hats and hemlines. She has managed to do all of this and still keep her look classy and colorful. Queen Elizabeth was all smiles on

  • Prince Harry set to miss arrival of the royal baby

    Prince Harry is running out of time if he wants to be around for the arrival of the royal baby. The prince was in London for a brief stopover at the weekend, but is heading back to Australia on Monday to continue his secondment with the Australian army. It means he might not be able to meet his new niece or nephew until mid-May. Harry, 30, is flying down under to spend time with army units in Perth and Sydney before embarking on his first tour of New Zealand from May 9 until May 16. Prince Harry will likely miss the

  • Model Doutzen Kroes celebrates Dutch King Willem-Alexander's birthday

    Model Doutzen Kroes showed her patriotism for her home country by decking out in orange garb to celebrate King's Day. The blonde beauty shared a picture of her and her 4-year-old son both wearing orange wigs to celebrate King Willem-Alexander turning 48. The Dutch native was one of millions of people who dressed up for the occasion, which is a national holiday. The King arrived in Dordrecht, a city close to the port of Rotterdam, to participate in a full day of celebrations with thousands of well wishers in orange-colored outfits greeting him. Celebrating our kings birthday #koningsdag #Kingsday #funday #EveryoneInOrange A photo posted by Doutzen Kroes

  • Princess Madeleine of Sweden takes daughter Leonore to meet the Pope

    Princess Madeleine of Sweden had the honor of meeting with Pope Francis on Monday, and to mark the special occasion, the royal made it a family affair. Madeleine brought her daughter Leonore to the event, while the princess' mom Queen Silvia and Madeleine's husband Chris O'Neill were also invited. In keeping with papal tradition, Madeleine and Queen Silvia were dressed in black and partially covered their heads with lace veils. Only Catholic queens and queen consorts are permitted to wear white in the presence of the Pope, following the privilège du blanc rule. Chris O'Neill, Princess Madeleine and Princess Leonore arrive