He is second in line to the throne, but that didn't stop Prince Charles from showing off his singing talent for TV presenters Ant and Dec during an evening at his Scottish home Dumfires House. The presenting duo and fellow dinner guests including Rod Stewart and his wife Penny Lancaster were treated to a rendition of Aberdeenshire song The Bonnie Lass o’Fyvie, which will be shared with the public in an ITV documentary When Ant and Dec Met The Prince: 40 Years of the Prince's Trust. Ant and Dec were joined by their wives Lisa Armstrong and Ali Astall, when they
With just a few months to go before the arrival of their first child, Princess Sofia of Sweden and her husband Prince Carl Philip are making sure everything is in order. The parents-to-be have been shopping at a baby and children's store, and they didn't leave empty-handed. The couple spent the Christmas holidays travelling locally to the southernmost tip of Sweden, Skane county. It was in a small shop that they were spotted by a young woman Alva Lennwall. The royal fan asked Carl Philip and Sofia, who is around six months pregnant, for a photo, and the couple happily obliged.
Royal fans got a special glimpse into the lives of Prince Charles, his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and his sons Prince William and Prince Harry on Monday evening, when the documentary entitled When Ant and Dec Met The Prince: 40 Years of the Prince's Trust was aired on ITV. Presented by Ant and Dec, the documentary shed light on the royal family's charity work spanning over the past four decades. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEOS Along the way, there were plenty of heartfelt moments as the Prince of Wales' sons spoke in a candid interview about their family lives away
Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip are getting ready for their baby's April birth, spending time over the New Year holiday looking for new clothes and gifts for the new Prince or Princess. The royal couple were spotted at a children's store, and even took the time star in a quick photo with a fan. During the shopping trip in Sweden's Skane County, pregnant Sofia, 31, and Carl Philip, 36, were spotted by fellow shopper Alva Lennwall, who said the Princess and her husband happily said, "Of course," when asked to pose for a picture. Prins Carl Philip