• The Queen watches spectacular Battle of Britain 75th anniversary flypast

    The Queen has led members of the royal family in commemorating the 75th anniversary of the start of the Battle of Britain. The monarch stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace along with senior royals, including her husband the Duke of Edinburgh, the Duke of York and Prince William, to watch a majestic fly-past in remembrance of one of the most pivotal battles of WW2. Thousands of spectators and pedestrians looked to the skies as Spitfires, Hurricanes and modern-day Typhoons cruised over central London. Among the guests invited to witness the flypast at Buckingham Palace were six surviving pilots from

  • Monaco's Prince Albert, Princess Charlene's twins are crawling: new photo

    As Prince Albert is set to celebrate 10 years since his accession to the throne, the Monaco royal is opening up about two of his biggest accomplishments — his twins Gabriella and Jacques — with wife Princess Charlene. The 57-year-old spoke to French publication Nice Matin about the differences in his “marvelous” children's personalities and how his busy schedule makes it harder to spend time with his son, who is the heir to the throne, and daughter. He shared: “When they wake up, I try to spend time with them playing little games, giving them their bottles and change

  • Monaco's Prince Albert: 10 defining moments during decade on throne

    When he was enthroned on July 12, 2005, Princess Grace's only son Prince Albert of Monaco was a bachelor without a legitimate heir, painfully mourning the death of his 81-year-old father, Prince Rainier III. Fast-forward 10 years and the world knows a different Albert: a family man married to a statuesque and stylish Princess Charlene – a beautiful blonde not unlike his iconic mother – and who is father to not just one heir, Prince Jacques, but also a twin daughter Princess Gabriella, both just 8 months old. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY OF PRINCE ALBERT AND PRINCESS CHARLENE'S ROMANCE Prince

  • Prince William joins Queen Elizabeth for Battle of Britain anniversary

    It's been quite a week for the British royals, who recently celebrated the christening of Princess Charlotte on July 5. Now, members of the family are getting together again to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the start of the Battle of Britain. Queen Elizabeth stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on July 10 along with Prince Philip and Prince William to watch a majestic fly-past for the Battle of Britain 75th anniversary in remembrance of one of the most pivotal battles of WW2. Thousands of spectators and pedestrians looked to the skies as Spitfires, Hurricanes and modern-day Typhoons cruised