• Lionel Richie dedicates Princess Diana's favourite song to Prince William

    There was a touching moment when Prince William met Lionel Richie and the American entertainer shared a special memory of Princess Diana. Performing before guests in Alexandra Palace, the honey-voiced crooner serenaded the future King with Hello – telling the audience that it was the Princess' favourite song. Lionel Richie spoke of meeting Princess Diana at a concert in London "Many years ago I had the pleasure of meeting Princess Diana and tonight we have Prince William here," said the 65-year-old. He went on: "I must tell you it is a pleasure to be with all of you but especially this gentleman,

  • King Felipe of Spain strips sister of her title

    Spain's King Felipe has issued a decree stripping his sister Infanta Cristina of her title as Duchess of Palma, the palace has announced. The royal is currently facing trial on charges of tax evasion, and the decision was made to revoke her right to use the title. The decree was signed by her brother Felipe VI and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and came into effect at midnight on 11 June. Cristina's lawyer stressed that his client is "in complete agreement" with her brother's decision, and that she comunicated her desire to give her title voluntarily "days ago". In December, a

  • Eddie Redmayne and Benedict Cumberbatch lead the Queen's Birthday Honours list

    Eddie Redmayne and Benedict Cumberbatch will soon have another award each to add to their growing collection after being listed in the Queen's Birthday Honours. The British actors, who came head to head throughout awards season, have both been recognised for their services to drama. Oscar-winning Eddie is set to continue his incredible year with an OBE, while Benedict has been named a CBE. Although they have yet to make an official comment on the honour, both actors will likely be delighted to add yet another accolade to their vast collection of awards. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Eddie Redmayne and

  • Sofia Hellqvist dazzles at pre-wedding dinner

    Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist have made their first appearance to kick off their wedding weekend. The couple stepped out in the harbour of Stockholm on Friday night along with other members of the royal family and guests for a private dinner ahead of the official ceremony on Saturday, 13 June. Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist arriving at their pre-wedding dinner Though it's not official quite yet, Sofia looked every bit the princess as she dazzled in a blue floor-length Zuhair Murad gown that featured an embellished bodice with short sleeves. Her future husband looked dapper in a classic

  • Lionel Richie sings Princess Diana's favorite song for Prince William

    Lionel Richie made a charity event he was attending on Thursday with Prince William a bit more special by sharing a story about Princess Diana. There to help raise money for Jewish Care, which supports people suffering from diseases such as dementia, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, the legendary performer brought up a memory of his own and serenaded the future King with the song "Hello," telling the audience that it was the late Princess' favorite song. Lionel Richie spoke of meeting Princess Diana at a concert in London Photo: Getty Images "Many years ago I had the pleasure of meeting Princess Diana

  • Duchess of Cornwall reveals quirky baked-bean clutch at charity event

    When it comes to the Duchess of Cornwall's fashion sense we can always expect to see elegant, which is why she turned heads on Thursday when she stepped out at charity event with a quirky new accessory. Donning a blue dress, white blazer and pearls, Camilla paired her classic ensemble with a unique sequined clutch bag shaped like a can of baked beans.The glitzy number was created by British label The Rodnik Band and showed off a side of the royal we haven't seen before when it comes to fashion.The glitzy bag has been created by The Rodnik Band

  • King Felipe of Spain strips sister Infanta Cristina of her title

    Spain's King Felipe VI has issued a decree stripping his younger sister Infanta Cristina, currently facing charges of tax evasion, of her title as Duchess of Palma. The Palace announced that the decree to revoke her right to use the title, signed by the King and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, came into effect at midnight on June 11.Cristina's lawyer stressed that his client is "in complete agreement" with her brother's decision, and that she communicated her desire to give her title voluntarily "days ago."In December, a judge ruled that Cristina could be tried on two counts of being