• The Queen's personal Twitter account has changed – find out the new handle

    Ever since it launched in 2009, the Queen's personal Twitter account has used the name The British Monarchy. However royal fans will no longer find the account under the same name as its handle has been changed to the very fitting The Royal Family. The account is operated by members of the Queen's office and provides updates, pictures and videos from Buckingham Palace about the work and activities of the monarch and her family. Over the years it has amassed 2.19 million followers. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY The Queen sent her first tweet in 2014 While the Twitter account was opened years ago, it

  • Prince Harry lays wreath at ANZAC Day dawn service

    Prince Harry marked the start of ANZAC Day commemorations in the UK by laying a wreath at Wellington Arch in London on Monday morning. The 31-year-old attended the dawn service, which marks 100 years since the day was first observed in the UK. Crowds had gathered in the early hours for the service, which took place at Hyde Park Corner. Dressed in a smart black overcoat with his army medals proudly pinned into place, Harry appeared sombre as he laid the wreath in honour of the New Zealanders and Australians who died at war. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Prince Harry laid a

  • President Obama says he only came to London to meet 'adorable' Prince George

    Not many people could get away with going to meet President Obama in their pyjamas, but Prince George is the adorable exception to the rule. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted a dinner for the President of the United States and first lady Michelle Obama last week, allowing little George to stay up past his bedtime to meet them. Following their meeting, the President gave a speech in London and joked he only came to meet two-year-old George. CLICK TO VIEW FULL GALLERY President Obama joked he only came to London to meet Prince George He said: "I guess you all know

  • Will this be Kate and Prince George's next official outing?

    They made a sweet picture last week, playing at home at Kensington Palace with Prince George sitting atop a rocking horse in his bathrobe and pyjamas. His mum the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, crouched down to talk to her son and introduced him to the US President Barack Obama. After George's surprise appearance at the private dinner, royal fans are naturally wondering if the two-year-old will join his mum Kate at an upcoming engagement. Next week on Wednesday 4 May, the Duchess is scheduled to visit Hampton Court's Magic Garden to officially open its new children's play area. CLICK TO

  • Prince Harry's funny birthday gift to the Queen revealed

    Prince Harry treated his grandmother the Queen to a very special birthday gift last week at a dinner held in her honour. The playful royal showed off his theatrical talents by performing a short cabaret with ventriloquist Nina Conti – and Harry had everyone in stitches with his hilarious skit. Read the full report in this week's HELLO! magazine, on sale now in all good newsagents and available to download on iPad, android, kindle fire and more formats. Or subscribe today to make sure you don't miss an issue! The Prince was more than happy to act as Nina's dummy and

  • Queen Rania of Jordan meets young refugees and hears stories of 'unspeakable horror'

    Queen Rania of Jordan was moved to tears as she paid an emotional visit to the Kara Tepe refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos on Monday. The mum-of-four met several refugees, including young children and babies who have suffered "unspeakable horror". The royal visited the camp in her capacity as advocate for the International Rescue Committee, which provides legal counsel, health and protection services and psychological support to refugees. Rania met two Syrian families and one Afghan family, who have applied for asylum and are anxiously awaiting their results. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Queen Rania visited the Kara Tepe refugee