• Prince William 'happy' that England are playing Iceland in Euros

    Prince William is well-known for his love of sports, and the future King chatted about supporting England and their chances of winning the European Championship at a charity dinner on Wednesday, revealing he was glad that England would be playing Iceland instead of Portugal. The Duke of Cambridge chatted to French chef Claude Bosi, and revealed he had watched the disappointing England vs Slovakia match earlier this week. "We're playing Iceland on Monday now. We're quite happy about that because we didn't want Ronaldo coming into form," he said. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Prince William watched England v Slovakia on Monday His wife, the Duchess of

  • Princess Eugenie and Chelsy Davy have sweet reunion at jewellery launch

    Princess Eugenie and Chelsy Davy proved they're still firm friends this week when they were reunited at an event in London. Chelsy, 30, launched her AYA jewellery range on Tuesday evening – and was over-the-moon when Eugenie arrived to lend her support. Despite the fact she split from Eugenie's cousin Prince Harry more than six years ago, Chelsy greeted her with a warm embrace and was beaming as they had a catch up in front of the cameras. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Princess Eugenie and Chelsy Davy reunited in London this week Eugenie, 26, looked smart and sophisticated in a

  • Queen Rania of Jordan and her lookalike daughter Princess Iman host feast for young orphans

    Queen Rania of Jordan had the most "adorable company" as she enjoyed iftar earlier this week. The mum-of-four sat down for a meal with young orphans and seemed captivated by her closest dining companion, a little boy who was seated next to her. Rania, 45, showed off her maternal side as she chatted away to the youngster and tended to him. She was accompanied by her daughter Princess Iman, who was learning the royal ropes from her mother. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Queen Rania and Princess Iman enjoyed iftar with a group of orphans The pair were visiting the Al Hussein Social

  • Queen Letizia's sweet embrace with mother-in-law Queen Sofia

    Queen Letizia of Spain shared an affectionate embrace with her mother-in-law, the former Queen Sofia, after presenting her with a trophy to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Drug Addiction Foundation (FAD), for which Queen Letizia is the president and Sofia is royal patron.  Dressed in a summery, pale pink dress with black laced lining, the Queen of Spain looked elegant and demure while celebrating the foundation's landmark birthday, accessorising the simple yet pretty dress with a pair of cream heels and with her brunette hair in loose curls. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY The pair embraced after Queen Letizia presented her mother-in-law with a trophy Her mother-in-law, Queen Sofia, looked equally glamorous in

  • Princess Claire of Luxembourg wows at National Day celebrations

    Princess Claire of Luxembourg showed off her style credentials when she stepped out in a chic black and white striped pant suit for the country's National Day celebrations. All eyes were on the royal as she took her seat alongside her husband Prince Félix for the patriotic parade.Adding a pop of color to her otherwise monochrome look, the 31-year-old opted for a bold red lipstick and bright orange watch. She finished off the outfit with large black, gold and pearl earrings.CLICK TO VIEW GALLERYPrincess Claire hit all the right fashion notes when she stepped out in a stylish pant suit on Tuesday Photo: Getty ImagesThe

  • Prince Harry gave his grandmother Queen Elizabeth the best compliment in front of David Beckham

    Safe to say Queen Elizabeth’s Thursday was better than most people’s. The 90-year-old was joined by her grandson Prince Harry and soccer player David Beckham for the 2016 The Queen's Young Leaders Awards held at Buckingham Palace.The project, which discovers, celebrates and supports exceptional young people from across the Commonwealth, ensuring a long lasting legacy for Her Majesty all over the world, recognized 60 individuals for their work that spans from HIV education, micro finance to recycling of hi-tech waste.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERYPhoto: Twitter.com/RoyalFamilyPrince Harry congratulated this year’s winners along with the thousands of others who were nominated at