• Phil Collins spills his royal secrets, from bumping into Princess Diana at the dentist to his faux pas meeting the Queen

    Phil Collins has opened up about his long-standing relationship with the British royals in his new memoir, Not Dead Yet. The 65-year-old singer first got to know that family after he started working with Prince Charles' charities in the 1980s, which led to him becoming part of their "inner sanctum" by 1991. Now, 25 years on, he has now shared some interesting titbits from his run-ins with the royals, from bumping into Princess Diana outside the dentist to his faux-pas with the Queen. Phil Collins became close the royal family through his work with Prince Charles' charities According to Us Weekly, the star

  • BGT winner Richard Jones reveals which royal he'd love to play a magic trick on

    Britain's Got Talent winner Richard Jones is gearing up to perform some spectacular magic tricks at the Royal Variety Performance in December. The magician will pull out all the stops to impress the star-studded audience, which will include some members of the royal family. And if Richard, 26, gets the chance, he'll even ask Prince Charles to get involved. WATCH: Richard performs an exclusive magic trick for HELLO! "It would be great to involve any member of the royal family in one of my tricks," Richard told HELLO! Online. "Prince Charles is actually a member of The Magic Circle, which is

  • Princess Aiko of Japan, 14, misses school for a month due to 'exam stress'

    Princess Aiko of Japan, the granddaughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, has been absent from school for over a month due to poor health. An Imperial Household Agency official said that the 14-year-old princess has been suffering fatigue, caused by summer exam stress and the preparation for a school athletic event. She has missed school since the end of September and earlier this month her mother Crown Princess Masako, who has battled anxiety, took her to hospital. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Princess Aiko, pictured in 2010, has been suffering from fatigue According to Japan Times, Nobutake Odano, grand master of

  • Prince William chats babies with President Obama, makes wildlife speech

    Prince William made the 230 mile journey to Washington D.C. on Monday for a busy morning of activities. First up — meeting President Obama at the White House. The Duke of Cambridge arrived by 10 a.m. and before chatting with the president, he was given a tour of the historic building by Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Dr. Jill Biden. In the Oval Office, William caught up with President Obama and the topic of conversation – babies! President Obama welcomed Prince William into the Oval Office While William didn't reveal the gender of Prince George's sibling, he couldn't contain his excitement for

  • Prince Charles and Camilla land in U.S. for four-day visit

    Just weeks before the birth of Prince William and Kate Middleton 's second baby, those of us in America get a special royal delivery from Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall . The couple touched down in the U.S. on Tuesday for their official tour of the country where they will meet President Barrack Obama and visit Muhammad Ali’s hometown. Prince Charles and Camilla touched down in the U.S. on Tuesday Photo: Getty Images Although Charles and Camilla, who wore a Bruce Oldfield dove grey coat and dress, were meant to be greeted by Sir Peter Westmacott, he was unable to make it to the tarmac due to a car

  • Prince Charles and Camilla meet with President Obama after bowling trip

    It was the ultimate meeting of powers on Thursday as President Barack Obama met with Prince Charles and his wife Camilla. But the President joked Americans like the royal family more than their own politicians. Prince Charles and President Obama were all smiles in the Oval Office Photo: Getty Images Sitting in the Oval Office, President Obama told the Prince, "I think it's fair to say that the American people are quite fond of the royal family." Flattered, Charles replied that was "awfully nice to know." Obama added, "They like them much better than they like their own politicians." Attempting to push the lighthearted matter aside the

  • Prince Harry brings Queen Elizabeth into friendly rivarly with Michelle Obama ahead of the Invictus Games

    It’s on! A week after dining together at Kensington Palace, Prince Harry, President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle have taken to social media to show off their friendly Invictus Games competition. The first lady initiated the rivalry on Friday with some “fighting” words for the prince. Michelle tweeted, “Hey, ‪@KensingtonRoyal! Are you ready for ‪@InvictusOrlando? Game on.” Attached to the tweet was a video message from the American and her husband.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERY Photo: Getty Images In the clip, Michelle warned the royal saying, "Hey, Prince Harry. Remember when you told us to bring it at the Invictus Games?" President Obama then added, "Careful what you

  • Prince Harry gets a special treat thanks to this woman's past conversation with Princess Diana: The best moments from his Nottingham visit

    The best photos from Prince Harry's visit to