• Prince Harry's Invictus Games heading to America

    Prince Harry has announced that the next Invictus Games will be staged in Orlando, Florida. The 2016 event will take place from 8 – 12 May, and will see wounded servicemen and women from around the world compete in a variety of sporting events, from wheelchair basketball to road cycling. Harry – who is the patron and driving force behind the Invictus Games – said he hoped America would set the bar "even higher" than London, which staged the inaugural competition last year. The Prince, 30, made the announcement in a video message recorded before he left the UK for

  • Princess Estelle steals the show at mum Princess Victoria's 38th birthday celebrations

    All eyes were on Princess Estelle as she helped her mother, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden to celebrate her 38th birthday on Tuesday. The adorable three-year-old waved to the crowds as she joined her mum and dad Prince Daniel for the family celebrations. In keeping with tradition, the Swedish royals had travelled to their official summer residence of Solliden Palace on the island of Ӧland, where they usually mark Victoria's birthday. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Princess Estelle waved to the crowds at Princess Victoria's birthday celebrations The family were joined by King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia for the celebrations, which

  • Prince George turns 2: a look through the young royal's adventures so far

    It's hard to believe that Prince George is almost two. The last 12 months have been eventful to say the least, with plenty of opportunities for royal fans to coo over pictures of the adorable tot. As his July 22 birthday approaches, HELLO! looks back at his most memorable moments from the past year. The most momentous occasion in George's life so far occurred in May when the arrival of Princess Charlotte made him a big brother. Royal watchers were delighted when Prince William brought him to the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's hospital to visit his newborn

  • Prince Harry bringing the Invictus Games to the USA

    Prince Harry is making his way back to the states. He has announced that the next Invictus Games will take place in Orlando, Florida from May 8 to May 12, 2016 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The games will see wounded servicemen and women from around the world compete in a variety of sporting events, from wheelchair basketball to road cycling. Harry – who is the patron and driving force behind the Invictus Games – said he hoped America would set the bar "even higher" than London, which staged the inaugural competition last year.The Prince, 30,

  • Sweden's Princess Estelle is extra cute for mom Princess Victoria's birthday

    Sweden's Princess Estelle certainly stole the show with her mini umbrella during Princess Victoria's 38th birthday celebration on Tuesday. The adorable 3-year-old waved to the crowds as she joined her mom and dad Prince Daniel for the family celebrations.In keeping with tradition, the Swedish royals had traveled to their official summer residence of Solliden Palace on the island of Ӧland, where they usually mark Victoria's birthday.CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR MORE CUTENESS FROM ESTELLEPrincess Estelle with her parents at the birthday celebrations Photo: REXThe family were joined by King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia for the celebrations, which saw