Princess Charlotte will be baptised in front of a select group of family and invited guests on Sunday. All eyes will be on Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, as they make their first public appearance as a family of four with their baby daughter and the adorable Prince George. Other members of the royal family confirmed to attend the service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham include the Queen and Prince Philip. It is believed the christening date was selected specifically to take place before Her Majesty heads to Balmoral for her annual summer
Princess Charlene of Monaco is known for her designer outfits and elegant style, so it's no surprise that she managed to make even a wetsuit look fashionable. The 37-year-old swapped her everyday attire for the sportswear, for a charity engagement organised by the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation last week. The royal, who was accompanied by her husband Prince Albert, helped host a water safety event in the seaside town of Porto-Vecchio in Corsica. As a former Olympic swimmer, Charlene was in no better position to lead the session with the help of paddleboard world champion Stéphanie Barneix and four-time free
Mario Testino has been chosen as the official photographer to capture Princess Charlotte's christening on Sunday. Kensington Palace has confirmed the news, announcing that the Peruvian artist, who was once tipped to photograph Prince George's own baptism, will take on the role. A truly fitting choice, Mario has worked with members of the British royal family countless times before. The 60-year-old, who said he was "overwhelmed and honoured" to be chosen, was also the creative mastermind behind Prince William and Kate's beautiful engagement photos. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Mario Testino said he was "overwhelmed and honoured" to be chosen It comes as
While Kate Middleton may be the world's inspiration for fashion and hairstyles, it's actually her father-in-law Prince Charles who is helping to change the beauty industry. Famed hair stylist Daniel Galvin Jr. tells HELLO! about how his affinity with the environmentally-conscious first-in-line to the throne has inspired many of his natural products – and tells us which royals, from the Duchess of Cornwall to Prince George, have tried them out. Daniel, whose brand Galvin & Galvin has just released a new line of organic baby products, explains his relationship with the Prince began in 2001 when his shampoo caught the attention of
Prince William and Kate Middleton have invited members of the public to celebrate Princess Charlotte's baptism on Sunday. The royal couple have asked for an area outside St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham to be opened to the public so well-wishers can see the two-month-old baby before and after the service.While the christening inside the church is open only to invited guests, it is expected that thousands of royal enthusiasts will congregate outside to get a rare glimpse of the family all together.Princess Charlotte's christening will take place on Sunday Photo: Getty ImagesA statement released by Kensington Palace said
Princess Charlene of Monaco is known for her elegant style and designer duds, so it's no surprise that the royal could even make a wetsuit look fashionable. The 37-year-old, who is a former Olympic swimmer, looked like a Bond girl as she hosted a water safety event on Tuesday for children in Ponte Vecchio, Corsica. Organized by the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation and the CEFSSA 40, the event was geared towards teaching children aged 7 to 11 water safety for the prevention of drowning, basic first aid and "raising awareness to the risks associated with the sea, discovery of the marine environment as well as
Mario Testino has been tapped to photograph Princess Charlotte's christening later this week. Kensington Palace confirmed that the Peruvian photographer, who is one of Princess Diana's favorite photographers and has worked with the royal family numerous times, is happy to have the opportunity to photograph the christening. Photo:Getty images The 60-year-old, who said he was "overwhelmed and honored" to be chosen, was also the creative mastermind behind Prince William and Kate Middleton's beautiful engagement photos. Mario's relationship with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge makes their decision to use the trusted photographer no surprise for the little princess' big day.