• The Duchess of Cornwall pays an 'uplifting' visit to London hospice

    Her husband may be one of Britain's most successful living artists, but the Duchess of Cornwall does not enjoy painting alongside him. Camilla, 68, admitted she is left wanting to throw her "toys from the pram" whenever she joins the Prince of Wales for an art session. Charles has sold more than £6m worth of prints of his own watercolour works over the past 25 years, making him one of the country's best-selling painters. But his wife revealed she does not share his talent during a visit to the Royal Trinity Hospice in Clapham, south London. She told retired doctor Peter

  • HELLO! photos of Denmark's Princess Marie and family feature on Danish palace website

    HELLO! was invited into Denmark's royal Amalienborg Palace to conduct a rare interview and photoshoot in honour of Princess Marie's 40th birthday, and to honor Queen Margrethe's 44th year on the throne. This week, three pictures from the magazine shoot, which show Marie, who celebrated her birthday on Saturday, with husband Prince Joachim and their children, were released on the royal family's Kongehuset website.Photos taken during a HELLO! magazine shoot now feature on the Danish palace websiteThe Paris-born royal is pictured in a reception room with her daughter Athena on her lap, while her doting husband Joachim and her

  • Queen Máxima of the Netherlands visits Pakistan for the first time

    Máxima of the Netherlands was the queen of chic as she carried out her first engagements during her three-day visit to Pakistan, which kicked off on Tuesday. On day one, King Willem-Alexander's wife looked elegant in her chocolate brown silk blouse and elaborately patterned skirt, adding a pop of color to her look with turquoise oval drop earrings. CLICK HERE FOR FULL GALLERY Queen Máxima is on a three-day visit to Pakistan Photo: Getty Images The Dutch royal is visiting in her role as the United Nations secretary general's special advocate for inclusive finance for development. The focus of time

  • Prince Harry enlists Katherine Jenkins as first celebrity ambassador for the 2016 Invictus Games

    The first celebrity ambassador for Prince Harry’s second Invictus Games has been named. Welsh singer and former Dancing with the Stars contestant Katherine Jenkins was announced this week as the organization’s ambassador for the games being held in Orlando, Florida this upcoming May. In a statement, Katherine said, “Supporting the men, women and families who serve our country has always been an important part of my life, and I am extremely honored to serve as an Ambassador for the 2016 Invictus Games.”Photos: Getty Images She added, “I look forward to celebrating and honoring the sacrifices of veteran and active duty service members and their families from around the