• George is Prince of the polo field watched by mum Kate

    The day after charming crowds at the Trooping the Colour parade, Prince George stole the show again at a polo match in Gloucestershire. Carefully watched by his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, the toddler turned the sports field into his own personal playground. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Kate keeps a firm grip on Prince George as he threatens to run amok Looking remarkably slim and healthy after giving birth to George's little sister just six weeks ago, the Duchess, née Kate Middleton, was seen getting up to dance with her eldest and chase him around. Princess Charlotte seemed to have stayed

  • William and Kate hire Crown Prince Haakon and Mette-Marit's former housekeeper

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have found a new housekeeper with a royal resume. After advertising for help for their country home, Anmer Hall, the couple have decided to hire 33-year-old Sadie Rice, who has previously worked for Norway's Crown Prince Haakon and his wife Crown Princess Mette-Marit. Sadie, who grew up on Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex, has previously worked as a maid in Buckingham Palace. She reportedly underwent three rounds of interviews – one with William and Kate themselves – before securing the job, and has already moved into the Norfolk residence, the Sun reports. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO

  • Prince William and Duke Of Edinburgh share a laugh at Magna Carta ceremony

    The warm relationship between Prince William and his grandfather the Duke Of Edinburgh was clear to see on Monday, as the pair shared a laugh at the 800th anniversary celebrations of the Magna Carta. During the ceremony, the pair chatted before William leaned over to include his grandmother, the Queen, in the joke. CLICK ON PICTURES FOR FULL GALLERY The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince William were in high spirits Monday's ceremony took place at Runnymede, where King John of England sealed the original document in 1215. The rededication ceremony saw the Queen unveil a plaque in memorial of the anniversary, as well

  • Order of the Garter: The Queen is all smiles in the sunshine as the British royals attend the annual service

    The British royals were out in force on Monday for the Order of the Garter, the most senior and the oldest British Order of Chivalry. The Queen led her family at the annual service, and was joined by her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, her children, Princes Charles, Andrew and Edward, and Princess Anne, and her grandson Prince William. The Queen was seen beaming as her family undertook the pomp and pageantry surrounding the event, walking through the grounds of Windsor Castle into St George's Chapel wearing their ceremonial robes and black velvet hats with white

  • Prince Charles reveals Princess Charlotte's latest milestone

    Princess Charlotte may only be 6 weeks old but she already sleeps through the night, Prince Charles has revealed. Speaking to guests at a Clarence House tea party on Wednesday, the Prince said his granddaughter is "much easier on her mum" than her older brother Prince George.Charles was hosting the event with his wife the Duchess of Cornwall to honor pilots and aircrew from the Battle of Britain Fighter Association, who fought in the Second World War. The 66-year-old royal made the revelation while chatting to one invitee, who recalled the conversation to the Press Association."We were talking about

  • Swedish royal wedding: Which tiara will Sofia Hellqvist wear?

    Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist are set to tie the knot on June 13 in a lavish ceremony held inside the Chapel at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. Of course, in addition to the bride's gorgeous gown, we'll also be keeping an eye out for which of the priceless tiaras from the royal collection Sofia may choose for her big day – and which of the gems might be worn by the ladies of the Swedish royal family. CLICK ON PHOTO BELOW TO SEE OUR SELECTION OF TOP TIARAS The Bragança tiara, worn here by Queen Silvia,

  • Prince George is Prince Harry's twin during Trooping the Colour debut

    Trooping the Colour is an event to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 89th birthday, but it seems her great grandson Prince George (naturally) stole the show. For his first time at the momentous occasion, the soon to be 2-year-old was not only a spitting image of his father Prince William, but also uncle Prince Harry. CLICK PHOTO FOR MORE ROYAL CUTENESS Prince George was enjoying the procession from Buckingham Palace Photo: Getty Images Last year, at just 11 months old, George missed the action, but he certainly made up for it on Saturday. The toddler, watched the procession from a room in Buckingham

  • Prince George's playful day out at polo with mom Kate Middleton

    The day after charming crowds at the Trooping the Colour parade, Prince George stole the show again at a polo match in Gloucestershire, England. Carefully watched by his mom, the Duchess of Cambridge, the toddler turned the sports field into his own personal playground. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY OF PRINCE GEORGE Kate keeps a firm grip on Prince George as he threatens to run amok Photo: Getty Images Looking remarkably slim after giving birth to George's little sister just six weeks ago, Kate was seen getting up to dance with her eldest and chase him around. Baby Princess Charlotte seemed to

  • Prince William shares a laugh with Prince Philip at Magna Carta ceremony

    It's been almost a month since we saw the endearing moment between Prince Harry and his grandmother Queen Elizabeth. On Monday, Prince William shared something special with his grandfather Prince Philip as the pair shared a laugh at the 800th anniversary celebrations of the Magna Carta. During the ceremony, the pair chatted before William leaned over to include his grandmother in the joke. CLICK ON PICTURES FOR FULL GALLERY The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince William were in high spirits Photo: Getty Images Monday's ceremony took place at Runnymede, where King John of England sealed the original document in 1215. The rededication