• Prince Harry makes a rare stand – see what made him speak out

    Prince Harry has denied a report that he is "furious" at the treatment of British soldiers who are being investigated for alleged war crimes. The Sun published a story over the weekend, claiming that Harry wants more support for the troops facing prosecution. However a palace communications secretary has been forced to rubbish the claims on behalf of the Prince. "The Sun front page carries a story claiming Prince Harry had told 'pals' that he had strong views about a government policy issue around prosecutions of soldiers," a statement read. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY A report claimed that Prince Harry wants more support

  • The most pampered pooches in Britain? A look at the Queen's corgis' royal menu

    The Queen's corgis have been keeping the monarch in good, canine company ever since she was a little girl. But life as a royal pooch is more luxurious than you might imagine! Not only do the pampered pets have their own exclusive menu, Prince William, Prince Harry and other royals even provide their four-legged friends with freshly-hunted food. The Queen, who has famously called her corgis her "her family", makes sure her trusty companions are treated like true members of the royal clan. So what exactly do the most pampered pooches in Britain dine on? We spoke to former royal chef

  • Princess Eugenie releases impassioned video to support Salvation Army's campaign against modern slavery

    Princess Eugenie has released an impassioned video - on behalf of the Salvation Army - to raise awareness about modern slavery. She talks about the charity's #askthequestion social media initiative, which encourages members of the British public to ask companies what they are doing to ensure their supply chains are #slavefree. "I've had the chance to see first-hand what The Salvation Army can do for victims of trafficking and modern slavery," the royal explained. "This year I went to visit a safehouse and I was completely astonished by the work that they do and by the survivors who have come

  • Duchess Kate joins the Queen, Prince William and Prince Harry to welcome Olympic and Paralympic heroes

    The Queen was joined by her grandsons Prince William and Prince Harry, and her elegant granddaughter-in-law Kate as she hosted a reception at Buckingham Palace to honour the Olympic and Paralympic heroes on Tuesday night.   The Duchess chats with @TeamGB Olympic Champion @NicolaAdamsMBE at tonight's #GBHeroesLDN reception pic.twitter.com/4RfgYA5NGP— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) October 18, 2016 They royals mingled with many of the stars of the Rio 2016 Olympic games, circulating the palace's State Rooms, discussing victories and congratulating the athletes on their successes.CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY  Kate stunned in Alexander McQueen, wearing a floor-length white gown emblazoned with patriotic red poppies.   The Duke & Duchess of

  • Princess Charlotte and Prince George: future Olympians in the making?

    Princess Charlotte might have a future at the 2032 Olympic Games. Duchess Kate revealed on Tuesday evening during a reception for Team GB and Paralympic medalists that her 17-month-old daughter has taken an interest in an Olympic sport — equestrianism. While conversing at Buckingham Palace with equestrian triple-gold medalist Natasha Baker, the Duchess of Cambridge admitted that her little girl has a “passion” for horses.CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Prince George likes fencing After chatting with the 34-year-old royal, Natasha revealed, “[The Duchess] said Charlotte is really enjoying her riding which is great to hear, and I said we may see her here on a line-up in

  • Prince Harry can hold his own with the British women's hockey team: 'He's big on banter'

    Prince Harry is always full of jokes and during Tuesday's celebration with Great Britain's Olympic and Paralympic athletes, it was no different. The 32-year-old royal greeted the Olympic women's field hockey team with his charm and good humor. "Prince Harry described me as a crab and was impersonating me," goal keeper Maddie Hinch said while laughing about the Prince's impression of her winning goal-saving skills.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERY Harry met with Great Britain's women's field hockey team Photo: Yui Mok / PA Wire/PA Images The ladies could also see him fitting in quite well. "He's big on the banz and

  • Queen Elizabeth and family pull out all the stops for Great Britain's top athletes: All the photos

    Queen Elizabeth opened up her doors to Team Great Britain's Olympic and Paralympic athletes for a