• Prince George's 2nd birthday: Grandma Carole Middleton's tips for a great party

    Carole Middleton has proved herself to be a devoted grandma time and again, from being the first one to visit Prince George as a baby in hospital to taking him out for special days out on her own. So when he turns two on 22 July, the millionaire businesswoman – who founded Party Pieces, her successful party supplies company 28 years ago – will probably be keen to spoil her grandson with a fun-filled celebration. Carole recently shared her tips for children's parties in Little London magazine in her capacity as their new columnist. Carole Middleton founded Party Pieces with husband

  • Prince Albert and Princess Charlene show off their 'marvellous' babies at seven months old in HELLO! exclusive

    Seven months since their twins were born, Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco are thriving in their role as parents. The couple shared their joy at an exclusive photo shoot with HELLO! in the gardens of the Princely Palace. Holding Gabriella, while his wife holds Jacques, the 57-year-old sovereign described how much they are changing, saying the babies are now crawling. This week's issue contains stunning pictures of the royals with their adorable children. Charlene, 37, is looking the epitome of a yummy contented mummy in the photo shoot. Readers will be able to check if they can tell the

  • The Queen to mark 90th birthday with big 'street party'

    The Queen is set to turn 90 next year and in honour of her milestone birthday, preparations are already being put in place. The monarch, who has reigned for 63 years, will be recognised for her service to the community with a quintessentially British celebration – a colourful "street party". On Thursday it was announced that The Mall in St James' Park, London – the road leading up to Buckingham Palace – would be transformed into the biggest street party ever next year. The event will take place on Sunday 12 June 2016. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY The Queen's party is being

  • Prince William appears in sneaky selfie as he meets the England women's football team

    Prince William unwittingly became the star of a selfie on Thursday morning as he hosted breakfast for the England women's football team at Kensington Palace. The team – the Lionesses – were invited to meet the royal following their success at the FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada, where they came third overall. During the event, some of the athletes took the opportunity to take a sneaky picture of William, who was blissfully unaware that the photograph was even being taken. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY The Lionesses took a sneaky photo of Prince William during the Kensington Palace breakfast After welcoming

  • Princess Charlotte stars in beautiful christening photos taken by Mario Testino

    Prince William and Kate have released four official photographs of their newborn daughter Princess Charlotte, which were taken on the day of her christening last Sunday. The beautiful shots of the royal baby were taken by photographer to the stars Mario Testino. See this week's issue of HELLO! magazine out now for the christening details The images show Charlotte, who is just over two months old, surrounded by members of her family, including her great-grandmother the Queen. One picture showed doting mum Kate, 33, holding her daughter on her lap, while William, also 33, wrapped a protective arm around the couple's son

  • Prince George beams on baby sister Charlotte's big day

    Prince William and Kate, members of the British royal family and the Middletons were all thrilled to celebrate newborn Princess Charlotte's christening last week – but it was the second youngest member of the group, Prince George, who wore the biggest smile on the day. See this week's issue of HELLO! magazine out now for the christening details The royal darling, who is set to turn two later this month, couldn't contain his excitement on his sister's big day, as new photos released by Kensington Palace show. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Prince George couldn't hide his excitement on his sister's big

  • The Queen to mark 90th birthday with big 'street party'

    The Queen is set to turn 90 next year and in honour of her milestone birthday, preparations are already being put in place. The monarch, who has reigned for 63 years, will be recognised for her service to the community with a quintessentially British celebration – a colourful "street party". On Thursday it was announced that The Mall in St James' Park, London – the road leading up to Buckingham Palace – would be transformed into the biggest street party ever next year. The event will take place on Sunday 12 June 2016. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY The Queen's party is being

  • Princess Charlotte's christening: all the best details from the special day

    Princess Charlotte's christening was full of great moments, from the appearance of the royal baby in Queen Elizabeth's vintage stroller to little Prince George stealing the show in his red shorts and unpredictable toddler attitude. Here we put the focus on our favorite moments from the day. Meet the Cambridges While they've been seen separately since Charlotte's birth in May, the christening marked the first time that new parents Prince William and Kate Middleton and their two children have appeared together as a family of four. You could almost hear the ooohs and ahhs around the world as the adorable

  • See the pics: Princess Charlotte's official christening photos released

    After seeing the adorable shots from Princess Charlotte's christening of Prince William, Kate Middleton's family, the world is being treated to more snaps. The royal couple has released four official photographs of their newborn daughter, which were taken on the day of her christening last Sunday. The beautiful shots of the royal baby were taken by photographer to the stars Mario Testino.A Kensington Palace spokesman said: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their whole family had a wonderful day on Sunday and were delighted to share the special occasion with the thousands of people who came to Sandringham.