• Prince Harry: 'I'd love to have kids right now'

    Prince Harry has revealed that he would love to settle down and start a family. The 30-year-old admitted it would be great to have someone to "share the pressure" of royal life with, but he is waiting for the right woman to come along. "There come times when you think now is the time to settle down, or now is not, whatever way it is," he told Sky News correspondent Rhiannon Mills, adding that he is optimistic about his quest for love. "I don't think you can force these things, it will happen when it's going to happen. CLICK ON PHOTOS

  • Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist ask for charitable donations instead of wedding gifts

    The countdown has started for Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and Sofia Hellqvist 's wedding. The couple, who are set to marry in June, are making the final preparations for their big day and one aspect they have thought of recently is the issue of wedding presents. Carl Philip and Sofia have kindly requested that any gifts be made in the form of a charitable donation to the Prince Couple's Foundation, which they have set up specifically for the wedding. The foundation aims to promote and support children and youth in care and educational settings, according to the palace's official website. CLICK

  • Prince Harry takes part in pub quiz – but loses to his team of bodyguards

    Prince Harry delighted locals on New Zealand's tiny Stewart Island this week, as he took part in their local pub quiz. Harry spent a "hilarious" night at the South Sea Hotel – the only pub on the island – joining a team called The Ginger Ninjas, named in his honour. Despite being given an advantage with some royal-themed trivia questions – answers included Eton Mess and corgis - Harry and his team came second in the quiz. They were beaten by a group made up of Harry's personal protection officers, who excelled in the first round, answering questions about bodyguards. CLICK

  • Kate writes emotional letter in support of Children's Hospice Week

    The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, has written a heartfelt letter in support of Children's Hospice Week. Just days after welcoming her daughter Princess Charlotte, the doting mum took the time to write a letter in support of the cause. "For families of children with life-limiting conditions, every moment is precious and every memory needs to be cherished and celebrated," the letter from Kensington Palace said. "Children's hospices strive to create happy moments in the most difficult times any family could face. "I hope you will join me in supporting Children's Hospice Week and work to make every moment count

  • Prince Harry reveals: 'I'd love to have kids right now'

    Could Prince William and Kate Middleton's new little bundle of joy be making Prince Harry eager to settle down? The eligible bachelor recently revealed that he would love to start a family and admitted it would be great to have someone to "share the pressure" of royal life with, but he is waiting for the right woman. "There come times when you think now is the time to settle down, or now is not, whatever way it is," he told Sky News correspondent Rhiannon Mills, adding that he is optimistic about his quest for love. "I don't think you

  • Monaco's Princess Charlene matches her twins in Dior for baptism

    Despite being only a few months old, when Princess Charlene of Monaco's twins needed an outfit for a major occasion, their mom made sure they wore designer duds. Charlene decided upon Baby Dior for her little ones' baptism on Sunday, and made the sweet move to wear the same high-end French designer as her son Prince Jacques and her daughter Princess Gabriella. According to our sister magazine HOLA!, the fashion house created bespoke outfits for the twins, which consisted of long, flowing cotton gowns that came with matching bonnets. The dresses were finished off with delicate pleating, Calais lace trimming and floral embroidery. Photo: Getty Images Adding

  • Kate Middleton pens sweet letter in support of Children's Hospice Week

    Kate Middleton may be on maternity leave caring for new daughter Princess Charlotte and son Prince George, but the Duchess took the time to write a heartfelt letter in support of Children's Hospice Week. "For families of children with life-limiting conditions, every moment is precious and every memory needs to be cherished and celebrated," the letter from Kensington Palace said. The sweet note continued saying, "Children's hospices strive to create happy moments in the most difficult times any family could face. I hope you will join me in supporting Children's Hospice Week and work to make every moment count for