• The Queen's 90th birthday marked with pomp and ceremony at Trooping the Colour

    Saturday marked the Queen's official birthday and this year was extra special as Her Majesty turned 90. The monarch attended the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony in style – an event she has taken part in every year of her reign, except in 1955 when it was cancelled due to a national rail strike. Looking as bold as ever, the Queen, who was attending her 64th parade, was the focus of all attention in a bright green coat and dress by Stewart Parvin. She was supported by her husband Prince Philip, who travelled with his wife in The Queen's Carriage from Buckingham Palace.

  • Princess Charlotte makes her Trooping the Colour debut with big brother Prince George

    All eyes were on the youngest members of the royal family at Saturday's Trooping the Colour parade. Fans were thrilled to see Princess Charlotte make her first appearance at the ceremony, joining her big brother Prince George and the rest of the royal family on the balcony at Buckingham Palace. Wearing a pretty pink dress and a bow in her hair, Princess Charlotte was held in the arms of her mother the Duchess of Cambridge. It is the first time the one-year-old has been seen in public, and her appearance prompted huge cheers from the crowds who had

  • The Queen surprises in bold green outfit

    The Queen surprised the crowds on her arrival at the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony by wearing a show-stopping bold green outfit. Her Majesty's vibrant green coat and dress, by Stewart Parvin, and hat by Rachel Trevor, made her instantly recognisable to the huge crowd of well-wishers who had gathered to celebrate her birthday. The Queen, who is attending her 65th Trooping the Colour, accessorised her look with a matching green umbrella and pink flowers in her hat, along with a Brigade of Guards brooch. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY The Queen wore a bold green outfit According to the monarch's daughter-in-law, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, the Queen chooses bold

  • Sophie Wessex's children make joint parade debut at Trooping the Colour for grandmother's 90th birthday

    This year's Trooping the Colour was a particularly special one for the royal family. The Queen was marking her 90th birthday and in honour of the milestone event, her family members rallied around her in full force. Her two youngest grandchildren Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn took part in the parade for the first time together. Louise, 12, and James, eight, rode in the Balmoral Landau carriage with their parents Prince Edward – the Queen's youngest son – and his wife Sophie Wessex. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY James and Louise made their first joint appearance at the Trooping the Colour

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  • Meet the 10-month-old who is the spitting image of Prince George

    A baby boy has left members of the public doing a double take because of his striking resemblance to Prince George. Alfie Simmons-Ronco, ten months, has the same blond hair and brown eyes as the third-in-line to the throne, and even shares George's "cheeky" personality too. Speaking to HELLO! Online, Alfie's mum Fabiana Ronco said she first noticed the resemblance when strangers began to approach her on the street to tell her how much her son looked like the two-year-old Prince. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Alfie Simmons-Ronco looks just like a young Prince George Fabiana

  • Kate Middleton turns heads in pretty pink Philip Treacy hat

    All eyes were on Kate Middleton on Saturday morning as she arrived at the Trooping the Colour ceremony in a carriage alongside the Duchess of Cornwall.While we loved the white Alexander McQueen coat that she previously wore to her daughter Princess Charlotte’s christening, it was the pale pink Philip Treacy hat that caught our eye. A new headpiece for Kate, the stunning accessory was tilted and featured a beautiful flower trim. Making sure the hat took centre stage, Kate kept her glossy locks in a chic chignon.CLICK TO VIEW GALLERYKate looked lovely in pale pink Photo: Getty ImagesAt Princess

  • Prince George borrows one of his dad Prince William's old outfits

    Prince George looked as adorable as ever when he was carried out onto the balcony at Buckingham Palace on Saturday. Gazing in awe at the planes overhead, the little Prince entertained the crowds with his cheeky grin, but his facial expressions weren't the only thing that royal fans noticed, many were quick to recognise the little boy's outfit.The third-in-line to the British throne had borrowed one of his dad's childhood outfits – Prince William originally wore the short and shirt combo to attend his brother Prince Harry’s christening in 1984.CLICK TO VIEW GALLERYPrince George looked adorable as he waved