• Princess Diana's final resting place to undergo renovation

    The island where Princess Diana was laid to rest is undergoing extensive renovation work, it has been revealed. The work will be overseen by Diana's brother Charles Spencer and his wife Karen, and is set to be completed by August 2017 – in time to mark the 20th anniversary of the Princess of Wales' death. The late mother of Princes William and Harry was laid to rest on an island at the centre of the Althorp Estate, a stately home set within a 13,000-acre estate in Northampton owned by the Spencer family. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Princess Diana's final resting place will

  • The Duchess of Cornwall jokes she's the 'envy of all the ladies' as she cosies up to Tom Hiddleston

    The Duchess of Cornwall appeared star struck to meet Hollywood heart-throb Tom Hiddleston on Friday morning. Camilla joked that she would be "the envy of all the ladies" as she cosied up to The Night Manager star at the BBC Radio Two studios in London. The 68-year-old was at the studios to join DJ Chris Evans for a judges meeting for his children's writing competition, 500 Words. As she entered the studios Camilla was quickly introduced to Tom, who had just been interviewed on Chris' radio show. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY The Duchess of Cornwall met Tom Hiddleston at BBC Radio 2

  • Lady Sarah Chatto: All you need to know about the Queen's niece

    Lady Sarah Chatto is one of the lesser-known members of the royal family, but she has quickly gained popularity after her appearance in the BBC documentary Elizabeth at 90: A Family Tribute, in which she won over viewers with her down-to-earth nature and evident affection for the Queen. As the daughter of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, Sarah is 21st in line to the throne and the Queen's only niece. However she prefers to maintain a life out of the royal spotlight with her husband Daniel Chatto and their two sons, Samuel and Arthur. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Lady Sarah Chatto is

  • Queen Maxima glitters in gold at Amsterdam concert

    Queen Maxima made a dazzling appearance in Amsterdam this week as she and her husband, King Willem-Alexander, took part in the Liberation Day celebrations. In keeping with her reputation as one of Europe's most stylish royals, Maxima looked stunning in a glittering gold gown that fell to the knee as she arrived for the special celebratory concert in the city. The Argentina-born Queen wore her hair in loose tousled waves, and showed off her natural beauty with just a light touch of make-up. She waved warmly to the cheering crowds as she walked the red carpet with her husband. CLICK TO

  • The Queen is resplendent in pink as she makes school visit

    The Queen commanded all attention as she visited Berkhamsted School on Friday wearing a very colourful outfit. Her Majesty, who is known for her rainbow-coloured wardrobe, matched the sunny weather in a bright fuchsia dress, coat and matching hat. The Queen was visiting in her capacity as patron of the school, which is celebrating its 475th anniversary. Shortly after touching down in her helicopter, the monarch was greeted by pupils and teachers waving Union Jacks. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY The Queen is patron of Berkhamsted School Her first task was to inspect the school's Combined Cadet Force Guard of Honour. The Queen

  • Mia Tindall horses around with dad Mike at Badminton Trials

    Mike Tindall had his hands full while looking after his little girl Mia on Friday. The retired rugby star was on parenting duty at the Badminton Horse Trials in Gloucestershire, where his wife Zara was competing on day two of the tournament. The father-daughter duo made an adorable pair, with Mia sitting on top of Mike's shoulders. Clad in dungarees and a navy top, the fair-haired girl playfully distracted her dad, waving her toy around and bouncing up and down. At one point Mia jokily stuck out her tongue as Mike gave her a bemused look. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Mia Tindall