• Prince George 'being harassed by paparazzi', says Kensington Palace

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, have shared their fears over the "extreme lengths" that photographers will go to in order to capture images of Prince George. A letter issued by Kensington Palace has appealed to the world media to prevent the publication of unauthorised images of the two-year-old, stipulating that the Prince, like any other child, "deserves a safe, happy and private childhood". It states that "a line has been crossed" by some organisations using "increasingly dangerous" tactics, including the use of long range lenses to capture images of Kate and her son playing in private

  • The most stylish young royal vote – results coming soon

    On Tuesday, HELLO! Online asked readers to cast their vote for the most stylish young royal. Almost 30,000 readers from around the world cast their vote to decide which royal wins in the style stakes – and we'll be revealing the winner in the next issue of HELLO! magazine, out on Monday. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Readers cast their votes from a selection of ten well-dressed royals including the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton and the reigning Queen Máxima of the Netherlands. There's no denying that Duchess Kate is one of the nation's most popular icons. The doting mum

  • Duke and Duchess of Cambridge share concerns over 'harassment' of Prince George: Full letter

    Kensington Palace has today sent the attached letter to leaders of media industry bodies and standards organisations in the UK and in other international markets. In recent months, there have been an increasing number of incidents of paparazzi harassment of Prince George. And the tactics being used are increasingly dangerous. This letter is being published now to inform the public discussion around the unauthorised photography of children. It is hoped that those who pay paparazzi photographers for their images of children will be able to better understand the distressing activity around a two-year old boy that their money is fuelling.

  • Prince Carl Philip of Sweden takes adorable photo with a dog

    What's better than a handsome prince? A handsome prince with an adorable dog! Hearts around the world melted as Prince Carl Philip was photographed in Lindköping in southern Sweden on August 9 posing with a pooch. In the snap a casual, yet chic-looking Carl is wearing light colored pants and button down with a grey blazer and aviator sunglasses. He's all smiles posing with the unknown dog and proudly putting his wedding band on display. Prince Carl Philip yesterday in Lindköping. pic.twitter.com/UPatOLKmNP — Scandinavian Royals. (@crownprincely) August 11, 2015 Sweden's third in line to the throne is no stranger playing with pups. He and his new wifePrincess Sofia have their own

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton 'harassment' concerns for George and Charlotte: Full letter

    Kensington Palace has today sent the attached letter to leaders of media industry bodies and standards organizations in the UK and in other international markets.In recent months, there have been an increasing number of incidents of paparazzi harassment of Prince George. And the tactics being used are increasingly dangerous. This letter is being published now to inform the public discussion around the unauthorized photography of children. It is hoped that those who pay paparazzi photographers for their images of children will be able to better understand the distressing activity around a two-year old boy that their money is fuelling.

  • Kate Middleton and Prince William make privacy statement about Prince George

    Prince William and Kate Middleton have made a public declaration that their children need to have a "safe, happy and private childhood". In a letter issued via Kensington Palace, the couple say they want a normal upbringing for their little ones and "feel strongly that both Prince George and Princess Charlotte should not grow up exclusively behind palace gates" – and key to that happy, open life is to be free from prying paparazzi. Kate and William say they don't want Prince George and Princess Charlotte to "grow up exclusively behind palace gates" Photo: © Getty Images The letter continues,