• Prince William to give speech at special Jewish fundraising dinner

    Prince William has his hands full raising two babies under two, following the birth of his second child Princess Charlotte in early May. But the future King is also filling up his work diary with various royal and charity engagements. On Thursday 11 June, William will attend a special fundraising dinner organised by Jewish Care to celebrate the charity's 25th anniversary. The health and social care organisation, which serves the UK's Jewish community in London and the South East of England, cares for older people and those with mental health needs. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Prince William will speak in front

  • Queen Máxima dazzles during first official visit to Canada

    Queen Máxima began her tour of Canada in style on Wednesday. The Dutch royal touched down in Ottawa with her husband King Willem-Alexander, showing off a stylish white, navy and magenta number, which she wore under a lace dress that matched her glamorous oversized hat. It was straight to work for the couple, who greeted well-wishers gathered to welcome them, before laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier and planting a tree together in grounds of Rideau Hall. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Máxima arrived in Ottawa in style on Wednesday Also on the agenda for the first day

  • Prince William reveals 'it’s a little bit early' for Prince George's first football match

    Prince William has opened up about his love of football in a new interview with BBC Sport commentator Gary Lineker - and revealed it may be some time before Prince George attends his first football match. When questioned on when the father-son milestone might be, William said: "I don’t know, I’ll have to pass that by the missus, see how I can get away with it!" "At the moment, being only 22 months, it’s a little bit early." Royal fans will no doubt be tickled by William's use of the word "missus" to describe his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, whom

  • Queen Elizabeth dons Imperial State Crown for Parliament opening

    Joined by her husband Prince Philip and other members of the British royal family, Queen Elizabeth donned her finest regalia for the state opening of Parliament in London. As tradition dictates, Her Majesty delivered a speech that outlined the government's plans for the coming session. It is the Queen's duty as Head of State to formally open Parliament and she has done so every year of her reign, except in 1959 and 1963 when she was pregnant. It comes as no surprise then that the 89-year-old royal appeared completely at ease, confidently fulfilling her task on Wednesday morning at the

  • Prince William set to address 1,400 guests at Jewish fundraising dinner

    It's clear Prince William takes his royal and daddy duties very seriously as he has been splitting his time between making several official engagements and spending time at home with wife Kate Middleton raising two babies under two. After a whirlwind tour last week, the Prince has been laying low following the birth of his second child Princess Charlotte in early May, but the future King is back to filling up his work calendar with various royal and charity engagements. On Thursday June 11, William will attend a special fundraising dinner organized by Jewish Care to celebrate the charity's 25th

  • Queen Máxima of the Netherlands dazzles in ruby tiara during Canadian tour

    On the same day Queen Elizabeth stepped out in her impressive crown jewels, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands traded her signature head-turning hats for some serious sparkle too as she and husband King Willem-Alexander continued their Canadian tour. Attending a State Dinner in Ottawa at Rideau Hall, Máxima accessorized her bright fuchsia fringed one-shouldered gown with a just-as-colorful headpiece: the Ruby Peacock tiara. CLICK THE IMAGE FOR MORE PHOTOSThe King and Queen with their hosts, Governor General David Johnston and wife Sharon Photo: Getty ImagesWearing the gorgeous 19th century diamond and ruby-studded heirloom, the famously exuberant royal looked to