• Proud Princess Madeleine celebrates Prince Nicolas' first birthday: 'You are our sweetheart'

    It's a very special day in the Swedish royal household. Prince Nicolas, the son of Princess Madeleine and Christopher O'Neill, is celebrating his first birthday, and in honour of the occasion, his proud mother has shared a public message for her baby boy, along with a new photograph. "Happy Birthday Nicolas! You are our sweetheart and we love you to the moon and back," Madeleine wrote alongside a brand new image of her son, which shows him looking up at the camera with his bright blue eyes.  CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Princess Madeleine proudly shared a new photo of her son

  • See Prince William's cover for gay magazine Attitude

    Prince William has made history by becoming the first British royal to appear on the cover of a gay magazine. HRH made his debut in the new issue of Attitude magazine, just days after the tragic shooting in Orlando. William, 33, invited Attitude magazine and members of the LGBT+ community to Kensington Palace on 12 May to discuss their experiences of bullying and find out the subsequent effect it can have on a person's mental health. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Prince William became the first British royal to cover a gay magazine HRH was later photographed by Leigh Kelly for

  • Kate Middleton rewears Zara Phillips' wedding outfit for a garden party in Northern Ireland

    The recycling queen reigns supreme! A day after stepping out in a red ensemble from five years ago, Kate Middleton attended the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland's garden party in yet another previously worn piece from her covetable closet. For the Tuesday outing, the Duchess of Cambridge sported her gold brocade coat dress, which she wore to Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall's wedding in 2011.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERY Kate and William attended a garden party in Northern Ireland Photo: Carrie Davenport/Getty Images The 34-year-old's lovely coat is from DAY Birger et Mikkelsen. Kate paired the sunny piece with a stunning

  • Prince Harry writes letter to Orlando mayor after Pulse shooting

    Exactly one month after Prince Harry wrapped his Invictus Games in Orlando, tragedy struck the central Florida city on June 12 when a gunman took the lives of 49 innocent nightclub goers, while injuring an additional 53 others.A Kensington Palace spokesman confirms to HELLO! that the British royal has written to Mayor of Orlando, Buddy Dyer to express his sympathy over the worst mass shooting in American history. The young Prince also offered his support for the city that hosted his second international sporting event — which aids wounded and ill servicemen and women to inspire recovery and