• Princess Mary shows off her royal living room – see how it compares to Kate's

    Similarities are often drawn between the Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Mary of Denmark's sense of style, and now royal fans have been given the chance to see how their homes compare after the Danish royals hosted a dinner at the royal palace, Amalienborg. Crown Princess Mary and her husband Crown Prince Frederik invited the Advisory Board of the Global Green Growth Forum for the dinner on Tuesday, welcoming them into the living room at the home they share with their four children. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary hosted

  • Royal fans don't let rain dampen their spirits at Patron's Lunch

    The Queen's 90th birthday celebrations may have been hit by heavy rain, but revellers at the Patron's Lunch didn't let the downpours dampen their spirits. Covered by plastic ponchos and patriotic Union Jack umbrellas, some 10,000 guests braved the wet weather for the festivities on the Mall. There was a great atmosphere among the crowd, who waved Union Jack flags and cheered while watching a parade which symbolised the Queen's reign through the decades from the 1950s until present day. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Guests were in high spirits despite the rain It included

  • The Patron's Lunch: the most memorable moments in pictures

  • The royals come out in force for Patron's Lunch celebrations

    The British royals were back out in force for the culmination of the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations on Sunday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry were among the senior royals who stepped out for the Patron's Lunch on The Mall. They left the palace by car and travelled to the top of the Mall before getting out to greet the crowds, shaking hands and chatting to delighted guests who had braved the rain especially for the occasion. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Kate wowed in a blue Roksanda Ilincic dress Princes William and Harry looked dapper for the occasion in navy suits, while Kate impressed in a

  • Read Prince William's sweet tribute to 'granny' and the Queen's light-hearted birthday speech

    Prince William added a personal touch to proceedings as he addressed the Queen at the Patron's Lunch on Sunday afternoon. Taking to the Admiralty Arch Stage on the Mall, William thanked his "granny" for everything she does for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren in a moving tribute.   After talking to the 10,000-strong crowd about his grandmother and the work she has done as Patron of over 600 charities, William turned his attention to the role she has as head of the royal family. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Prince William referred to the Queen as "granny" "Before I finish, I hope you

  • Why Prince Charles was a no-show at the Patron's Lunch

    While many members of the royal family joined the Queen and Prince Philip at the Patron's Lunch on Sunday, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall were noticeably absent. Instead the royal couple attended The Big Lunch in Brimpsfield, Gloucestershire. Camilla is Patron of The Big Lunch, which brings friends, neighbours and communities together to celebrate Her Majesty's birthday, and thus wanted to join local residents for the occasion. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall attended The Big Lunch in Gloucestershire Prince Charles and Camilla sat alongside revellers at the party, where they tucked into egg sandwiches,

  • Kate says George was 'very excited' at Trooping the Colour and reveals her favourite place to take her children

    Prince George made his second ever Trooping the Colour balcony appearance yesterday, and according to his mum, the Duchess of Cambridge, the third-in-line to the throne was "so excited."  Speaking to a well-wisher as she greeted the crowds on The Mall at the Patron's Lunch on Sunday, Kate revealed that Prince George had greatly enjoyed the big event the day before. According to the royal fan, Kate said: "I've honestly never seen him so excited. His face lit up." CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Kate told the crowds how excited Prince George was at Trooping the Colour The toddler, who will turn three in July, joined his parents and sister Charlotte on the balcony, and waved

  • Queen Elizabeth's birthday: 90 photos to celebrate the monarch's incredible life

    It is a time of true celebration. This weekend Queen Elizabeth officially turned 90-years-old and marked the milestone birthday with three days of celebations. Yesterday the royal was joined by her family at the annual Trooping the Colour parade held at the Horse Guards Parade in London.ALL THE BEST PHOTOS FROM TROOPING THE COLOUR Following the royal inspection, the monarch returned to her London residence, Buckingham Palace, and was joined by her great-grandson Prince George and great-granddaughter Princess Charlotte on the palace balcony to watch the RAF flyover presentation and to wave to well-wishes.To celebrate Her Majesty’s birthday, the royal family have released 90