Members of the royal family were out in full force to attend the opening day of the Chelsea Flower Show on Monday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made their debut at the horticultural event, joining regular guests of honour Prince Harry, the Queen and Her Majesty's daughter Princess Anne. The Queen's son Prince Andrew and his daughters Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie were also spotted arriving. William and Kate, who have never visited as a couple, made a very sunny appearance. The Duchess, 34, opted for a bright and summery look, wearing a recycled green Catherine Walker coat dress. CLICK TO VIEW
It's a favourite pastime of the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry, whose father Prince Charles and grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh were keen players in their day. But to many outsiders, Polo is a mysterious blur of galloping ponies, mallets flying, tight white trousers and a little too much Champagne.So with the UK Polo season now well underway, HELLO! teamed up with luxury whisky brand Royal Salute to find out more and take a crash course in the "Sport of Kings". HELLO! royal correspondent, Emily Nash, took a crash course in the 'Sport of Kings' It's a sticky, humid day
Prince Charles has touched down in Belfast to start his three-day tour of Northern Ireland. The future King was unaccompanied by his wife the Duchess of Cornwall as she is due to arrive in the country on Tuesday. Charles headed to his first engagement of the day – a visit to Queen's University Belfast. He was greeted by First Minister Arlene Foster as he officially launched the university's Global Research Institute. The institute is home to the Centre for Secure Information Technologies, which carries out pioneering work on cyber security. Earlier this year Charles awarded the centre with a
Royal flowers in the bloom! The royal family and a few other big names kicked off the start of the summer social season at the Chelsea Flower Show at the Royal Hospital in London. Here is a look at all of the colorful moments from the event.