• Royal Tour 2016: India ready to welcome Prince William and Kate

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are almost ready to embark on their royal tour of India and Bhutan, and India is well on the way with preparations to receive the couple. Photos reveal how security has been tightened at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai, as police barriers have been put in place to keep eagers fans excited to meet the Duke and Duchess from crowding the hotel. Photos also show cars undergoing security checks by police before being allowed to enter the premises. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Barriers have been placed around the hotel for extra security The couple will

  • Zara Tindall enjoys a day out at the races

    Zara Tindall gave the Grand National her royal seal of approval today as she arrived to watch the races. The 34-year-old looked stunning in a long burgundy coat and a cream fascinator as she joined the other spectators. The Queen's granddaughter visited the Grand National at Aintree in Liverpool with other celebrity guests including Coleen Rooney and Roxanne Pallett to cheer on her favourite to win. Wearing large sunglasses and carrying a grey bag, Zara looked to be in good spirits as she chatted to friends before the race began. The royal famously loves horse riding, and won a silver medal

  • Princess Charlotte has pink flower named after her ahead of 1st birthday

    In honor of Princess Charlotte's first birthday, Dutch flower company Deliflor have named a baby pink flower after the the baby royal. The chrysanthemum, which is pink with green tips, will be exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show in London, in May.The flower company, which is the world's largest chrysanthemum breeder, previously delivered a bouquet of flowers to William and Kate following the birth of the baby girl last May.CLICK FOR GALLERYPrincess Charlotte has had a chrysanthemum named in her honor Photo: Instagram/@kensingtonroyalThe Princess Charlotte chrysanthemum is being entered for Flower of the Year at the Chelsea Flower Show,