• Kate takes Prince George and Princess Charlotte to watch horse trials

    The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, enjoyed a family day out with her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte over the weekend. The 34-year-old took the youngsters to see the horse trials at Houghton Hall International Horse Trials near their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall. The royals were spotted cheering on the competitors in the crowd, with onlookers telling regional newspaper Lynn News, that they "looked very relaxed and were obviously enjoying themselves". CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Kate took Prince George and Princess Charlotte to watch some horse trials Prince William and Kate are friends with Lord Cholmondeley, who owns

  • Prince Harry to hand over US soldier's Invictus Games medal to the hospital that saved her life

    Prince Harry is set to fulfil his promise to US soldier Sergeant Elizabeth Marks by presenting her Invictus Games medal to staff from the British hospital that saved her life. Elizabeth had asked Harry to donate the gold medal she won for the 100m freestyle swimming event at the Invictus Games in May, saying it was her chance to "give something back". During a meeting at Kensington Palace, Harry will greet members of staff from Papworth Hospital in Cambridge who treated Elizabeth when she collapsed with a serious lung condition and was placed on life support for ten

  • Bhutan's baby prince looks adorable in new official portrait

    King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema have released an adorable new photo of their baby son, who is nearly four months old. The image is the June instalment of an online calendar released by the Royal Office, and was published in dedication to Queen Jetsun Pema, who turns 26 on 4 June. The sweet portrait reveals that the baby prince is growing up fast, with a full head of hair. He gazes into the camera while lying down on a yellow blanket and wearing a white Babygro. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY The Bhutanese royals have released a new portrait

  • Jazmin Grace Grimaldi attends lavish gala with her father Prince Albert of Monaco

    Prince Albert of Monaco is rarely seen out and about with his daughter Jazmin Grace Grimaldi, but over the weekend the pair made a rare outing in Monte Carlo. The prince and Jazmin, 24, attended a Formula One gala dinner on Sunday, although they arrived separately and were not pictured together. While Albert is a regular fixture at the Monaco Grand Prix, it's not often that his daughter takes part in such events. Jazmin was dressed to the nines for the formal affair, wearing a black netted top and a flowing waterfall skirt. The pretty

  • Princess Charlene of Monaco and Jazmin Grace Grimaldi attend Monaco F1 Grand Prix

    During a Monaco F1 Grand Prix weekend that featured appearances by everyone from Patrick Dempsey to Prince Albert's 24-year-old daughter Jazmin Grace Grimaldi, fashionable royal Princess Charlene of Monaco got into the racing spirit in style. The royal revved up the glam in a chic white jumpsuit that featured a pink stripe down the pant leg, and finished off her sporty ensemble with a pair of white stilettos. CLICK FOR FULL GALLERY Princess Charlene mastered sports-chic at this year's Monaco Grand Prix Photo: Getty Images Prince Albert joined his wife at the international racing event. Following the final lap,

  • Queen Elizabeth's dogs steal the show on Vanity Fair cover celebrating her 90th birthday

    Surrounded by corgis is exactly how Queen Elizabeth wanted to be photographed for Vanity Fair. Her majesty landed the cover of the magazine’s Summer Issue joined by her four show-stealing canine companions — Holly, Willow, Vulcan and Candy — in honor of her 90th birthday. The photo, which was part of a series of portraits shot by renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz, shows England’s longest-reigning monarch at home in her element at Windsor Castle. Annie told Vanity Fair, “The most moving, important thing about this shoot is that these were all her ideas."CLICK FOR FULL GALLERY Photo: Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair “[The Queen] wanted