• 'Cool' Princess Isabella of Denmark asked this famous singer for a photo – see it here

    Just like any other youngster her age, Princess Isabella had a fangirl moment when she met her music idol. The Danish princess asked Brandon Beal for a photo and the American singer, who has reached number one in Denmark, happily obliged. Brandon shared a photo on Instagram of himself with his young fan, praising Isabella for being so "cool" and "down to earth". He wrote: "This Little Princess, is actually that...... a "Little Princess". What a pleasure and honour to meet Princess Isabella, and I must say if every princess was as cool, down to earth, and outgoing as

  • The Queen thanks fans for her 90th birthday wishes – with a tweet!

    The Queen has posted her second ever tweet to thank fans for the birthday wishes she received on social media. The 90-year-old monarch wrote and personally sent the message herself, with photo evidence proving that she did. Writing from the comfort of her home Buckingham Palace in London, the Queen tweeted: "I am most grateful for the many digital messages of goodwill I have received and would like to thank you all for your kindness. Elizabeth R." An aide confirmed in a follow-up post: "This tweet was personally sent by Her Majesty The Queen." CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY The Queen typed the

  • Sweden's Queen Silvia reflects on growing family as she celebrates 40th wedding anniversary

    Queen Silvia and King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden celebrated forty years of wedded bliss on June 19. To commemorate their landmark anniversary, Her Majesty reflected on the life and family she’s built with her husband.“40 Years have passed very quickly,” she said. “It’s clear that a lot has happened in our family.” Silvia continued, “Suddenly I have five grandchildren. It seems a lot of fun, like it happened only yesterday.”CLICK FOR FULL GALLERYPhoto: AFP/Getty ImagesDuring their four decades of marriage, the Swedish monarchs welcomed three children, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Madeleine and Prince Carl Philip, which have yielded