• Prince Harry performs traditional Maori haka war dance: watch video

    Prince Harry is a fast learner. The British royal mastered the moves to a traditional Maori haka in just 20 minutes on Wednesday, as part of a day of activities at Linton Military Camp, the largest army base in New Zealand. After arriving by helicopter on the fifth day of his week-long tour, Harry spent just over quarter of an hour behind closed doors being taught the haka, before taking part in a display in front of the cameras. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY Prince Harry takes part in a Maori military haka "Given the time restraints in trying to teach him, I

  • Queen says about Princess Charlotte: 'We love having another girl'

    The arrival of a little girl in the royal family prompted jubilation across the nation and the Queen was as thrilled as fans. On Tuesday the proud great-grandmother spoke for the first time about the birth of Princess Charlotte on May 2, sharing her excitement with guests at a Buckingham Palace garden party. Wreathed in smiles and dressed in a sunny shade of yellow, the Windsor matriarch told well-wishers: "We love having another girl." CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY The Queen shared her excitement with guests at a Buckingham Palace garden party According to the Daily Mail, the Queen made the comments

  • Prince William's first engagement after welcoming baby Charlotte announced

    It's been less than two weeks since Prince William welcomed his second baby into the world – a daughter Princess Charlotte – but the dutiful royal is already filling up his diary with official engagements. William is set to make his first high-profile appearance since his child's birth on Wednesday 20 May, Kensington Palace have confirmed. Pick up this week's special souvenir edition of HELLO! magazine for all the latest royal baby news. William will travel to St George's Park in Staffordshire to meet the England Women football team in his capacity as President of the Football Association. The team are preparing

  • Prince Sébastien graduates from college as Grand Duke Henri is awarded honorary degree

    It was a proud moment for Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg at the weekend – and something of a double celebration for the family – as the royal’s youngest son, Prince Sébastien, graduated for college on the same day his dear dad was awarded an honorary degree. CLICK ON PICTURE FOR GALLERY Prince Sébastien and Grand Duke Henri © Franciscan University of Steubenville / Seth Harbaugh Both father and son were decked out in ceremonial robes to attend the graduation ceremony at the Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio, where 23-year-old Sébastien has been studying for the last few years. On

  • Princess Mary of Denmark braves the rain to play football with kids

    Not even the heavy rain could stop Crown Princess Mary of Denmark from carrying out an official engagement on Tuesday. The beautiful royal braved the elements to take part in an event with local children in Aalborg, the fourth largest city in the country. Mary, who has four kids of her own with Crown Prince Frederik, swapped her usual glamorous outfits for more casual wear, sporting a waterproof jacket, black cropped trousers and a pair of trainers. The Australian-born beauty was visiting the Aalborg Football Club, where the youngsters were participating in a training session with Klubfidusen. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL

  • Clarence House responds to publication of Prince Charles' private letters

    Clarence House, the private office of Prince Charles, has given a reponse after the future King's private letters written to the Labour government ten years ago were published. A selection of Charles' memos was made public on Wednesday, following a lengthy legal battle between government and The Guardian. The British newspaper group had called for Charles' letters to be released under the Freedom of Information Act, while government had vetoed the campaign. A total of 27 letters were released – ten from Prince Charles, three from his private secretaries and 14 from ministers. They were addressed to senior members of government. CLICK

  • The Queen and Duchess of Cornwall enjoy a giggle together at annual Windsor horse show

    The Duchess of Cornwall followed royal protocol on Wednesday and dropped one knee and curtsied as she greeted the Queen - before the pair then shared a giggle. The two looked in high spirits as they enjoyed the Royal Windsor Horse Show and settled in for an afternoon of racing. CLICK ON PICTURES FOR FULL GALLERY While the reigning monarch is usually dressed to the nines for annual races such as Ascot and the Epsom Derby, the Queen decided to go casual for her off-duty day out. Wearing a bright blue skirt paired with a white shirt, navy blue waistcoat and blazer

  • Prince Harry loses to bodyguards during trivia night at Stewart Island pub

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

  • Prince Harry tests out moves during traditional war dance in New Zealand

    This is Prince Harry like we've never seen him before. The British royal stuck out his tongue, slammed on his chest and yelled with a crowd of soldiers as he performed moves to a traditional Maori haka war dance Wednesday as part of a day of activities at Linton Military Camp, the largest army base in New Zealand. And the Prince was a quick learner! After arriving by helicopter on the fifth day of his week-long tour, Harry spent just over 20 minutes behind closed doors being taught the haka, before taking part in a display in front of the

  • Queen Elizabeth joyful about Princess Charlotte: 'We love having another girl'

    It seems like the the Queen is just as excited as the rest of the world to welcome a new little princess. On Tuesday, the proud great-grandmother spoke for the first time about the birth of Princess Charlotte. Sharing her excitement with guests, the royal said, "We love having another girl," while at a Buckingham Palace garden party. The Queen shared her excitement with guests at a Buckingham Palace garden party Photo: Getty Images One of the guests at yesterday's garden party, 84-year-old Susan Pollack, shared with reporters, "I told her I'm so happy at the arrival of another baby. I