• Prince William and Kate have sent the cutest thank you cards from Princess Charlotte

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have sent thank you cards to those who posted a card or gift to Princess Charlotte on her birthday back in May. One excited royal fan spoke to HELLO! Online about receiving the very special note from Prince William and Kate, on behalf of their one-year-old.   The front of the card features a portrait that Kate took in honour of her daughter's first birthday, showing the little Princess dressed in a pink and white floral dress with a pink cardigan while looking up, her hand resting on a Wheels on the Bus children's book. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Jess shared a snap of

  • Her Royal Cuteness Princess Leonore of Sweden carries out her first engagement – aged 2!

    Princess Leonore of Sweden is one very accomplished two-year-old. The little girl has carried out her first official engagement and to mark the occasion, Leonore travelled to her duchy, Gotland province. The young royal was accompanied by her proud parents Princess Madeleine and Chris O'Neill, who were on hand to show little Leonore the ropes. The trio arrived on Friday and kicked off the day with a visit to a horse farm. The number of horses on the island have declined dramatically since the nineties, but a few farmers still breed them. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Princess Leonore

  • Danish royals issue rare public statement after growing controversy over state-funded salaries

    The Danish royal family have taken the rare move of issuing a public statement amid the growing row over which of Queen Margrethe's eight grandchildren can expect to receive a salary funded by the state. Royal House spokeswoman Lene Balleby told the state broadcaster DR that only Crown Prince Frederik's son Prince Christian will be paid a salary when he comes of age. "It is not the expectation, nor has it ever been, that anyone other than Prince Christian should have the salary when the time comes," she said, according to a translation by the Danish edition of The Local. CLICK

  • Danish royals issue rare public statement after growing controversy over state-funded salaries

    The Danish royal family have taken the rare move of issuing a public statement amid the growing controversy over which of Queen Margrethe’s grandchildren can expect to receive a salary funded by the state.Royal House spokeswoman Lene Balleby told the state broadcaster DR that only Crown Prince Frederik’s son Prince Christian will be paid a salary when he comes of age. CLICK FOR FULL GALLERYThe royal spokeswoman has stated that only Prince Christian (bottom right) will receive a state-funded salary when he comes of age“It is not the expectation, nor has it ever been, that anyone other than

  • Queen Letizia wears sparkling $19.90 earrings from Zara

    Queen Letizia of Spain is known for her style (especially her amazing collection of shoes), and her ability to regally rock a priceless tiara. But as she stepped out for an official engagement this week, she showed that swoon-worthy jewels don't have to break the bank, donning a pair of gem-encrusted earrings that looked like they could be from the royal family's treasures, but actually cost under $20. CLICK FOR FULL PHOTO GALLERY Queen Letizia's earrings are from Zara and cost just $19.90 Photo: Getty Images, zara.com For a sunny spring day visiting the 'El Bosco' 5th Centenary Anniversary Exhibition at