• Prince Charles' emotional visit to where great uncle Earl Mountbatten was killed

    Prince Charles' historic trip to Ireland continues with what will be the most personally moving engagement for him. The Prince of Wales is due to pay his respects at the spot where his beloved great uncle Lord Mountbatten was killed by an IRA bomb in 1979 during a fishing trip. The first day of Prince Charles and Camilla's tour of Ireland Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, the heir to the throne will visit the village of Mullaghmore in County Sligo, after attending a service of peace and reconciliation at St Columba's Church in Drumcliffe. The royal duo will also be

  • Princess Leonor of Spain is star of the show at her First Communion

    It was time to shine for Princess Leonor of Spain, who stepped out on Wednesday for her First Holy Communion. The nine-year-old, who is the heir to the Spanish throne, was accompanied by her parents King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain, as well as her younger sister Princess Sofía. Leonor was pictured arriving at the Asunción de Nuestra Señora church in Aravaca – just a few minutes' drive away from Madrid's city centre. The young princess was dressed smartly in her navy and grey school uniform, but added an all important accessory to her outfit, a rosary that she

  • Prince William given first personalised gift for baby Charlotte

    Prince William has been given the sweetest gift for his daughter Princess Charlotte, who he welcomed into the world on 2 May with his wife the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton. William was carrying out an engagement on Wednesday morning where he met the England Women's football team at St George's Park in Staffordshire. The team gave William a personalised football shirt for his two-week-old baby with her name Charlotte and the number one emblazoned across the back. The doting dad was pictured grinning and holding the shirt up appreciatively as he chatted to the female players on the pitch. CLICK

  • Prince William gushes Princess Charlotte is 'good,' reveals secret talent

    After taking two weeks off to help wife Kate Middleton with their newborn daughter, Prince William is back to his royal duties. There is no doubt that Princess Charlotte is clearly still on the royal's mind. He was honoring reggae star Brinsley Forde at Windsor Castle when the pair talked about their children. William confirmed two-week-old Charlotte was doing well. "She's fine. She's good," he said about his bundle of joy. Brinsley Forde chats to Prince William during the historic ceremony at Windsor Castle on Tuesday Photo: PA Speaking to People magazine, Brinsley added that he "congratulated [William] on Charlotte and