• The Queen's most memorable speeches

    As the Queen prepares to celebrate her ninetieth birthday, we take a look back at some of the most memorable speeches she has made throughout her record 63 year reign, as documented in Ingrid Seward's new book, The Queen's

  • Prince Harry to shun hotels and stay with local family on Nepal trip

    When royals go on tour they can have their pick of the best hotels, which offer excellent five star services. But Prince Harry has other plans. It's been revealed he will be shunning the more lavish route by staying with a Nepalese family. The Prince, 31, will sleep in a small, rural home in a remote hillside village, a palace source has told HELLO!. Prince Harry will travel to Nepal in the Spring The reason why Harry wants such a different experience is the fact that he "has been moved by the stories of resilience of the Nepali people following the earthquakes

  • Prince William and Kate unite to support suicide prevention

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are tackling the issue of suicide on a day of joint engagements in London. Prince William and Kate continued to show their commitment to raising awareness of mental health issues by visiting St. Thomas' Hospital on Thursday morning. Wearing a smart green Erdem coat and her hair down in loose waves, the Duchess looked typically chic as she arrived at the hospital alongside her husband. The royal couple learned about the work being done at the hospital to prevent suicide and to support those who have been bereaved by suicide. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL

  • Prince William flies to the rescue of sick toddler and leaves him with special souvenir

    Prince William made an extra effort to cheer up one young patient who he flew in to rescue in his air ambulance. The Duke of Cambridge created a balloon animal out of a blue surgical glove, which he passed out of the cockpit to patient Luke Sawyer. The three-year-old from Little Dunmow in Essex had suffered an anaphylactic shock triggered by eating a snack containing peanuts, and was picked up by Prince William and his colleagues for treatment. CLICK TO VIEW FULL GALLERY Prince William made Luke Sawyer a balloon animal from a surgical glove After the youngster was treated for the potentially

  • See what Prince William did for a toddler after an air ambulance rescue

    It looks like we can add 'making balloon animals' to the list of Prince William's talents! The Duke of Cambridge created the impromptu toy out of a surgical glove to calm a sick toddler after his air ambulance swept in to rescue the tot from an allergic reation.Three-year-old Luke Sawyer from Little Dunmow in Essex, England had suffered an anaphylactic shock triggered by eating a snack containing peanuts, and was picked up by the Prince – an East Anglian Air Ambulance pilot – and his colleagues for treatment.CLICK TO VIEW FULL GALLERYPrince William made Luke Sawyer a balloon animal

  • Prince Harry in Nepal: Why he'll skip hotels and stay with a local family

    Sure, royals are used to staying in Palaces and luxury digs when they travel abroad, but there are certainly some exceptions. For example, Prince Harry has other plans for his trip to Nepal on March 20 – he'll be staying with a local family instead. The Prince, 31, will sleep in a small, rural home in a remote hillside village, a Palace source has told HELLO!.CLICK HERE FOR FULL GALLERYPrince Harry will travel to Nepal in the Spring Photo: Getty ImagesThe reason why Harry wants such a different experience is the fact that he "has been moved by the

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton join forces to promote mental health causes

    Prince William and Kate Middleton have been showing their commitment to raising awareness of mental health issues in young people, and on Thursday the royal couple joined forces for the cause. The Cambridges tackled the sensitive issue of suicide as they visited St Thomas' hospital in London. CLICK HERE FOR FULL PHOTO GALLERY OF THE VISIT Wearing her favorite shade of green, the Duchess arrived with Prince William at the hospital on Thursday morning, the first of a series of engagements the two have planned for this week. While at St Thomas' the royal couple learned about the work