• The Queen's 90th birthday celebration: More stars confirmed

    Gary Barlow and Dame Shirley Bassey have joined the line-up for the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations, which will be broadcast live on ITV on Sunday. They join an impressive line-up of stars including Katherine Jenkins, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne who are set to participate in the celebrations, hosted by Ant and Dec. Speaking about their involvement in the event, Ant and Dec said: "We are honoured to be hosting this special celebration of Her Majesty the Queen's 90th Birthday. This spectacular evening will bring together some of the best known names in the entertainment world who will perform with

  • Sophie Wessex says her daughter Louise didn't realise her grandmother was the Queen

    The Countess of Wessex has recalled the moment her daughter Louise realised that her grandmother is the Queen. The Countess was giving an interview with the BBC's Louise Minchin, when she was asked by the presenter if her children are starting to acknowledge that their granny is a highly important public figure. "It happened a little while ago," said Sophie laughing. "Well for Louise, actually, it was much more of a shock to the system. It was only when she was coming home from school and saying, 'Mummy, people keep on telling me that grandma is the queen.' "And I asked

  • Prince Harry tells autistic royal fan to 'keep making people smile'

    Prince Harry had a sweet exchange with an autistic royal fan from Canada during a walkabout in Toronto last week. The fifth-in-line told Dylan Atack to "keep working hard" and "make people smile" when Dylan told the Prince that he has autism. Speaking exclusively to HELLO! Online, Dylan recalled the moment Harry came over to chat. The Prince even treated his super fan to a selfie. "I knew before that he was a really nice person, and then when he came over to greet the crowds after and when he came over to me he was really down to earth," said

  • Kate's new sailing engagement announced

    The Duchess of Cambridge, nee Kate Middleton, will visit Portsmouth later this month to learn about projects inspiring young people to take up sailing. Kate will visit the headquarters of 1851 Trust, of which she is Royal Patron, on 20 May. There she will see how the trust works to inspire the next generation in sailing and science. Kate will first launch the 1851 Trust's two flagship sailing projects in partnership with UKSA and the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation. The Duchess will meet people involved in the project, which aims to encourage young people from diverse backgrounds to pursue the

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