Prince George loves sculpture, his proud mum, the Duchess of Cambridge, has revealed. Kate was guest of honour at a lavish arts dinner at the Natural History Museum on Wednesday evening, and she told fellow guests that her toddler especially enjoys visiting the museum to see the dinosaur models. The 34-year-old royal met with representatives from five museums short-listed for a £100,000 prize from the Art Fund at the event, and then presented the award at the gala dinner. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Duchess Kate said Prince George loves visiting the Natural History Museum Nicky Wilson, from Jupiter Artland in West
Rod Stewart had some very special guests at his recent concert in Madrid. Spanish royals King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia made an unexpected visit to the Teatro Real – and looked like they thoroughly enjoyed the show. But Letizia and Felipe didn't get the VIP treatment you'd expect. Instead they entered discreetly through a side door and, avoiding the royal box, hung out with the other attendees. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY King Felipe and Queen Letizia enjoyed date night at a Rod Stewart concert They were seen singing and laughing along to Rod's show, but somehow managed to refrain from getting up
The Duchess of Cambridge and the Countess of Wessex have made their Snapchat debut, and it's all thanks to tennis star Serena Williams. The Wimbledon champion met Kate and Sophie following her win at the Wimbledon semi-final on Thursday and filmed the three of them together to send to her fans on Snapchat. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO In the nine-second video, Serena said: "So I'm in the in-crowd now, I'm with royalty!" before panning the camera to the Duchess of Cambridge, who smiled at the camera before putting an arm around Sophie and bringing her into the shot as the three laughed together.
The Queen is used to receiving bouquets of flowers and cards from well-wishers, but this time she got quite a surprise when a member of the crowd gave her an entirely different gift; a bag full of toys to give to two of her great-grandchildren, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The Queen looked amused as she received the shopping bag full of gifts while greeting the crowd in Dundee on Thursday. Her Majesty was visiting Scotland to open Slessor Gardens at the V&A Dundee Community Garden when she was handed over the carrier bag. The presents given to her by a