Prince William, Kate and Prince Harry travelled to France to attend the Somme Centenary commemorations. The royal trio attended a vigil on Thursday night, and will be joined by Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester for commemorations on Friday. The battle of Somme took place on 1 July 1916 and is known as the deadliest battle in British history, with around 20,000 dead. The royal family are attending events across the Commonwealth to mark the battle's 90th anniversary. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Princes William and Kate attended a vigil at the Thiepval Memorial William, Kate
Making her last stop on her Let Girls Learn tour on Thursday, Michelle Obama landed in Spain and was greeted by Queen Letizia – resulting in a serious fashion face-off. First Lady Michelle has been busy highlighting the importance of education for young girls in poorer countries, and looked radiant in white when she arrived in Madrid. The 52-year-old paid homage to Spain in a pretty DELPOZO summer dress that fell just below her knees, which she teamed with stylish metallic sandals. Meanwhile Letizia, 43, made a statement in a red Nina Ricci dress and completed her look with nude court heels.
Prepare to get your royal beauty sleep! The Spencer family is opening the doors of Princess Diana’s childhood home, Althorp House in Northhampshire, England, to overnight guests in order to raise funds for charity.Scroll down for videoFunds from the weekend visits will go towards Whole Child — the charity of Diana’s brother Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer and his wife Countess Karen Spencer — which aims to improve conditions for children living in orphanages around the world.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERYPublic visitors can pay to stay at Princess Diana's childhood home Photos: Tim Graham/Getty Images"I've always thought of this house as contributing,”