• Prince Henrik stars in adorable new birthday portraits

    The Danish Royals have released two new portraits of Prince Henrik in honour of his birthday. The son of Prince Joachim and Princess Marie turned seven on Wednesday, and was photographed by Steen Brogaard ahead of his special day. The images show Henrik looking relaxed in a patterned blue shirt, jeans and Converse trainers. One snap shows the youngster leaning forward and resting his head in his hands, while another sees the birthday boy sitting on a window ledge – presumably at his family home. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Prince Henrik of Denmark turned seven on Wednesday Henrik is the ninth-in-line to the

  • Princess Sofia of Spain and her dad King Felipe meet the Real Madrid team

    A few days after Princess Leonor of Spain attended a football match with her dad King Felipe, it was only fair that her little sister Princess Sofia was treated to a similar experience. Sofia and Felipe were spotted arriving at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium in Madrid on Wednesday night, where they watched their home team Real Madrid score a victory over Manchester City. The father-daughter duo had the best seats in the house. And just as he was with his eldest daughter Leonor, Felipe sat next to his youngest and looked after her throughout the game. The inquisitive little girl was

  • Emma Thompson serenades Prince Charles at reception for Oscar winners

    Emma Thompson hilariously sang to Prince Charles during a royal reception held for British Oscar winners on Wednesday night. The Sense and Sensibility actress greeted the Prince and Duchess of Cornwall at the prestigious event, which was held at St James's Palace. Emma sang: "It's you! You look gorgeous," as the royal couple met their talented guests who had all won Academy awards for both onscreen and offscreen work, with names including Dame Judi Dench, Colin Firth and Sir Michael Caine. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Emma sang to Prince Charles during the reception During the reception, the famous crowd spoke about the future

  • Prince Harry: 'I don't have that many memories of my mother Princess Diana'

    Prince Harry has admitted that he doesn't have many childhood memories of his late mother Princess Diana. Harry was just 12-years-old when his mum was killed in a car crash in Paris, and has now revealed that his first-hand recollections of her are fading. Speaking to People magazine, the Prince explained: "I don't have that many memories of my childhood with my mum. I don't say, 'Right, I'm going to get involved in that because that's what my mum would want me to do', although inevitably once I'm doing it I think, 'Do you know what? She'd probably love this.'" CLICK

  • Watch this young amputee copy Prince Harry's epic 'boom' ahead of Invictus Games

    Prince Harry had the nation in stitches when he responded to Barack and Michelle Obama's Invictus Games video with an epic 'boom' drop. And now Harry has been served the same hilarious hand motion by Rio Woolf, a seven-year-old amputee. Rio was making an appearance on Good Morning Britain, in which he spoke about his passion for the Paralympics. The youngster is about to jet off to Florida to meet his heroes – the wounded men and servicemen – who are taking part in Prince Harry's Invictus Games. Charming viewers, Rio sent a message to the Prince, copying his famous 'boom'

  • Kate Middleton's three outfit changes in one day: The photos not to be missed

    Kate Middleton is on the go! Whether she was spending time at the park. Enjoying a nice lunch for a cause or getting in some play time with the kids, the Duchess maintained her chic style. Here is a look at all of Kate Middleton's moments from her engagements this week.