• Prince Harry still waiting to meet Princess Charlotte

    Though he's back in the UK now, Prince Harry is still waiting to be introduced to his new niece Princess Charlotte. The royal uncle made the admission as he paid a visit to the Chelsea Flower Show on Monday. Less than 24 hours after arriving back in Britain from a week-long tour of New Zealand, the Prince said he had not yet met the newborn royal, who was born while he was away on a four-week attachment with the Australian Defence Force. Harry, 30, made a special appearance at the flower show to visit a garden designed by Matt Keightley,

  • Prince William's first appearance since birth of baby Charlotte

    Prince William has briefly left the Duchess of Cambridge with their newborn daughter Charlotte to support a cause close to his heart. The Prince attended a meeting of the United for Wildlife movement - a foundation he created with the Duchess, née Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry. It's the first time the father of two has been seen in public since he and Kate left Kensington Palace with their baby Princess and his big brother Prince George headed for their country retreat Anmer Hall. The Duke of Cambridge has arrived in Switzerland for the @united4wildlife Taskforce talks chaired by @WilliamJHague

  • Prince Harry and the Queen greet each other with a kiss at Chelsea Flower Show

    The affection between Prince Harry and his grandmother the Queen was clear to see as they warmly greeted each other on Monday at the opening of the Royal Chelsea Flower Show. The monarch's face was wreathed in smiles as 30-year-old Harry leaned down to plant a kiss on his grandmother's cheek. CLICK ON PICTURES FOR FULL GALLERY Harry greets his grandmother with a kiss on the cheek It was Harry's first engagement since touching back down in the UK after a month-long army secondment in Australia coupled with an official trip to New Zealand. The royal made a special appearance at the flower

  • Queen Elizabeth dresses down, drives herself to annual Windsor horse show

    While she always looks and acts regal, Queen Elizabeth stepped out looking uncharacteristically casual while attending the Royal Windsor Horse show. The reigning monarch is usually dressed to the nines for annual races such as Ascot and the Epsom Derby, but in early May, she decided to go casual for her off-duty day out. Photo: Getty Images Wearing a bright blue skirt paired with a white shirt, navy blue cardigan and blazer, the Queen looked pleased to be out and about. To prove how down-to-earth she really is, the sprightly 89-year-old pleased onlookers when she strode to her Range Rover later

  • Prince Harry pranks veteran royal photographer during New Zealand trip

    Prince Harry certainly is a royal known for his playful and lighthearted nature. So, it came as no surprise that while at an engagement in New Zealand on Friday, he took the opportunity to have a little fun with the paint on hand. The fiery red head was having his palm painted purple in order to add his handprint to a wall display at the Turn Your Life Around Trust when he quickly dashed over to long-time royal photographer Arthur Edwards and planted his paint-covered hand on the 74-year-old's forehead. Arthur Edwards has been photographing the royal family for decades

  • Prince Harry back in London but still has yet to meet Princess Charlotte

    During his seven day trip to New Zealand, Prince Harry couldn't stop gushing about brother Prince William and Kate Middleton's new daughter Princess Charlotte. Now, back home, the royal is eagerly waiting until he can meet his "beautiful" niece. The royal uncle made the admission as he paid a visit to the Chelsea Flower Show on Monday. Less than 24 hours after arriving back in Britain, the 30-year-old Prince said he had not yet met the newborn royal, who was born while he was away on a four-week assignment with the Australian Defence Force earlier this month. Prince Harry arrived at