• Prince Harry celebrates birthday with former girlfriend Cressida Bonas

    Prince Harry rang in his 31st birthday surrounded by a group of close friends on Tuesday evening – as well as his former girlfriend, actress Cressida Bonas. Having taken part in an official engagement in Sussex on Wednesday, the handsome royal flew back to London by helicopter to spend the evening with his friends and former love at the Cross Keys pub in Chelsea. Harry and Cressida's appearance together, which comes as it has emerged that Cressida, 26, has split from her latest beau Edward Holcroft, will no doubt spark rumours that the pair will rekindle their romance. Harry and Cressida

  • Duchess Kate makes first solo engagement after birth of Princess Charlotte

    She has a new hairstyle and is ready to get back to work after taking a brief maternity leave. The Duchess of Cambridge is expected on Thursday at the Anna Freud Centre. Making her first solo public engagement since the birth of Princess Charlotte, the young mother will support the centre's work on promoting mental health in children, a cause close to her heart. The Duchess, née Kate Middleton, has kept a low profile since giving birth on 2 May. The 33-year-old is thought to have been at her and Prince William's country retreat Anmer Hall while adjusting to life

  • Duchess Kate back at work and showing off new fringe

    Looking relaxed and on good form, the Duchess of Cambridge got back to work on Thursday after taking a brief maternity leave. The Duchess, née Kate Middleton, was showing off her much talked about new hairstyle, which features a fringe and wearing a chic houndstooth-print dress by Ralph Lauren. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Kate visiting the Anna Freud Centre on Thursday On her first solo engagment since the birth of Princess Charlotte, the young mother had decided to visit the Anna Freud Centre, which promotes mental health in children, a cause close to her heart. She greeted chairman of the

  • The Queen uses Skype to stay in touch with her grandchildren

    The Queen might have just made history as Britain's longest-reigning monarch, but she likes to keep up to date with modern technology. The 89-year-old royal has revealed that she uses online chat service Skype to stay in touch with her granddaughter Zara Phillips. Her Majesty made the revelation while making her annual visit to the Women's Institute in Sandringham. "She's very much in the modern world, and as most grandparents know, if they want to keep in touch with their families these days that’s what they have to do," Yvonne Browne, vice president and chair of the group, told People. CLICK

  • Kate Middleton's hairstylist shares inspiration behind her new look

    When Kate Middleton stepped out after two months away from the spotlight, she surely impressed with her new hairstyle – and those new bangs. It has now been revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge turned to her trusted hairdresser Richard Ward to make the change. Richard, someone Kate has relied on in the past to transform her brunette locks into those flawless blow-dries, appeared on British channel ITV's This Morning to talk about the new style. Dubbed the "gringe" – a play on "fringe,", the British word for bangs – the cut is essentially a grown-out bang. Duchess Kate showed

  • Kate Middleton makes first solo appearance after birth of Princess Charlotte

    She has a new hairstyle and is ready to get back to work after taking a brief maternity leave. The Duchess of Cambridge is expected on Thursday at the Anna Freud Centre. Making her first solo public engagement since the birth of Princess Charlotte, the young mother will support the centre's work on promoting mental health in children, a cause close to her heart.The Duchess, née Kate Middleton, has kept a low profile since giving birth on May 2. The 33-year-old is thought to have been at her and Prince William's country retreat Anmer Hall while adjusting to life

  • Kate Middleton returns to royal duties after maternity leave

    Putting her maternity leave to an end, Kate Middleton is back on royal duty. On her first solo engagement since the birth of Princess Charlotte, the Duchess opted for a houndstooth dress by Ralph Lauren and a blow-dried style that showed off her new bangs. The mom-of-two was in London visiting the Anna Freud Centre, which promotes mental health in children, a cause close to her heart. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY OF KATE'S DAY OUT Kate visited the Anna Freud Centre on Thursday Photo: Getty Images The center is named after the daughter of Sigmund Freud, who was also