• William and Kate champion a cause close to their hearts on day three of their royal tour

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, kicked off another busy day on their royal tour by meeting a group of vulnerable young people in New Delhi. Prince William and Kate learned about the work carried out by charity Salaam Baalak, which provides care and protection to street and working children in Delhi and the surrounding areas. The royal couple first visited the charity's contact centre near New Delhi's railway station - where thousands of children end up each year to escape a range of personal circumstances. They then visited a residential home that provides temporary shelter for

  • Prince Harry discusses his relationship with his 'boss' the Queen in new BBC documentary

    Prince Harry has opened up about his relationship with the Queen for a new BBC documentary to commemorate her upcoming 90th birthday. The 31-year-old said he considers the monarch to be his "boss" in an interview set to air in the BBC One show, called Elizabeth At 90 - A Family Tribute. Created by film-maker John Bridcut, the insightful programme will see various members of the royal family take part and contribute their own personal insights into the monarch's life. It will also feature exclusive footage from the Queen's personal ciné films, recorded by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh,

  • Prince William and Kate charmed by young boy at campfire celebration

    As the sun set on day three of their royal tour, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, escaped the hustle and bustle of city life and headed to the Kaziranga National Park in the state of Assam. Touching down from New Delhi on Tuesday afternoon, the couple were given a warm ceremonial welcome and greeted with bouquets of flowers. William and Kate had the chance to relax and settle down around a campfire, where they chatted and mingled with locals. They were treated to dance and musical performances – a colourful and very fun introduction to

  • Dressed-down William and Kate set off on safari for day four of their royal tour

    After enjoying a night of traditional music and dance, it was an early start for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, on Wednesday morning as they headed off on safari. The royal couple, who are on day four of their royal tour of India and Bhutan, looked excited to be setting off for their tour of Kaziranga National Park, smiling and waving to onlookers as they drove away on a Jeep. CLICK TO VIEW FULL GALLERY William and Kate looked excited to be heading off for their tour The park is a World Heritage Site and a wildlife conservation area

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton champion a cause close to their hearts on royal tour

    On day three of the royal tour, Prince William and Kate Middleton started the day off by visiting a group of at-risk youth in New Delhi. The royal couple learned about the work done by the Salaam Baalak Trust, which provides a safe space for children who are working or on the streets of Delhi and other surrounding areas. The Duke and Duchess first visited the charity's contact center near New Delhi's railway station - where thousands of children end up each year to escape a range of personal circumstances. They then visited a residential home that provides temporary shelter

  • Prince Harry on his relationship with Queen Elizabeth: 'I always view her as my boss'

    In a new BBC documentary Prince Harry has spoken out about his special relationship with his grandmother Queen Elizabeth. In the BBC One Show, called Elizabeth at 90 - A Family Tribute, the monarch's grandson reveals that he considers her to be his "boss". Created by film-maker John Bridcut, to commemorate Her Majesty's upcoming 90th birthday, the insightful programme will see various members of the royal family take part and contribute their own personal insights into the monarch's life. It will also feature exclusive footage from the Queen's personal ciné films, recorded by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, and

  • Kate Middleton's budget buys: Where to get her $40 dress and $19 earrings

    Here's your chance to get Kate Middleton's royal tour look - without breaking the bank. She pulled off a casual red dress with elegance for her third day of the royal tour - where she joined husband Prince William for a round of engagements around New Delhi - and lucky for fans of Kate, the dress comes at a very affordable price. The long-sleeved floral-printed maxi dress in question is from budget brand Glamorous and while it usually retails for $76 is currently on sale at Boem Boutique for $40. With its floating floor-length skirt and paired with flat

  • Kate Middleton adds personal touch to her Anita Dongre maxi dress to make it her own

    We have been loving Kate Middleton's royal tour wardrobe so far and now we have discovered how the royal personalized her Anita Dongre dress to make it her own. Showing her support for local designers during a cricket match on Sunday, Kate wore a dress by Mumbai-based Anita Dongre and looked radiant. Now Anita has opened up about her shock and delight at one of her designs being worn by the Duchess. CLICK FOR FULL GALLERY Fashion designer Anita said she was shocked and delighted to see Kate wearing one of her designs Photo: Getty Images Speaking to The Telegraph, Anita explained: "Her

  • Prince Harry honors victims of 2015 Tunisia attacks

    Prince Harry carried out a solemn engagement on Tuesday to pay tribute to the victims of last year's Tunisia terrorist attacks. The 31-year-old attended a service at Westminster Abbey on April 12 in honor of those killed. Prior to entering the church, Harry laid a wreath on behalf of Queen at Westminster Abbey's Innocent Victims Memorial to commemorate the lives lost from the attacks.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERY Photo: Getty Images Attached to the wreath, which was adorned with white peonies and roses, was a personalized note from the British Royal. The card read: "In memory of those who lost their lives, Harry." Once inside the service, the Invictus Games