• Princess Charlene and Prince Albert baptise their twins Gabriella and Jacques in Monaco

    There was much joy in Monaco on Sunday when Prince Albert and Princess Charlene's five-month-old twins were baptised. The royal couple stepped out in the May sunlight with their daughter Princess Gabriella and son Prince Jacques for the ceremony at the Cathedral of Monaco. Shortly after the twins had arrived in the capable hands of their nannies, proud parents Albert and Charlene drew up at the picturesque church to carry the youngsters inside. Charlene, 37, looked radiant in a cropped ivory top and elegant matching skirt, and happily cradled her son in her arms. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Proud parents

  • The Queen joined by her family to mark 70th anniversary of VE Day

    The Queen has led senior members of the royal family in attending a thanksgiving service at Westminster Abbey, to mark the 70th anniversary of VE Day. The ceremony was being held to thank those who had dedicated their lives to bringing peace in Europe, and to remember those who had fallen during World War Two. Joining the Queen in the celebrations were her husband Prince Philip and her sons Princes Charles, Andrew and Edward. The first-in-line to the throne was accompanied by his wife the Duchess of Cornwall. Around 1,000 veterans and their families, as well as Prime Minister David Cameron,

  • Princess Charlene shines at her twins' perfect christening

    Having stayed somewhat out of the spotlight since becoming a mum for the first time in December 2014, Princess Charlene of Monaco was more confident than ever when she stepped out for her twins' christening on Sunday 10 May. The statuesque royal was radiant and animated at the baptism ceremony, showing just how much motherhood suits her. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY The day of celebrations went without a hitch, which, according to People, is down to Charlene's impeccable planning skills. Sources told the magazine that the Princess oversaw everything; from the Dior christening gowns, which she had started planning

  • Prince Harry's New Zealand visit kicks off with kids, puppies and loads of cheer

    Prince Harry's weeklong stay in New Zealand started on Saturday just as his trip to Australia ended at the Sydney Opera House — with lots of cheer and greetings from royal fans. After touching down in the country's capital Wellington, Harry was met by Prime Minister John Key and taken to Government House where he took part in a traditional "wero", or challenge, from a Maori warrior on the lawn. Photo: Getty Images Harry picked up a ceremonial dart that was placed on the ground in front of him, showing that he came in peace. A Maori call of welcome then