• Queen's best friend and cousin Margaret Rhodes dies aged 91

    The Queen's beloved cousin Margaret Rhodes sadly passed away aged 91 on Friday. The first cousin of her Majesty, who was interviewed many times by HELLO! magazine, was visited by the monarch at her home in Windsor after she reportedly became ill in November. Margaret was also a god daughter of King George VI and was a bridesmaid at the wedding of the Queen and Prince Philip. She was the daughter of the 16th Lord Elphinstone and Lady Mary Bowes-Lyon, who was the sister of The Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth. Margaret married writer Denys Gravenor Rhodes in 1950, where the late Princess Margaret acted as one

  • Princess Beatrice accidentally cut Ed Sheeran's face while 'knighting' James Blunt at party

    Princess Beatrice accidentally left a cut on Ed Sheeran's face while jokily knighting James Blunt with a ceremonial sword at a party. According to reports, the Princess went to 'knight' the You're Beautiful singer after he joked he wanted to become a 'Sir', but didn't realise that Ed was stood directly behind her, causing him to nick him on the cheek as she swung the ceremonial sword over her shoulder. The 25-year-old singer was taken to hospital to get stitches, and although one source told The Sun that the star "could've been blinded", the Thinking Out Loud singer was in

  • The Duke of Cambridge releases statement in support of Prince Harry and his girlfriend, Meghan Markle

    Prince William has released a statement supporting his brother after Prince Harry requested that the public respect his girlfriend Meghan Markle's privacy. Kensington Palace released a short statement to the Telegraph at the request of the Duke of Cambridge which confirmed that he fully supported his younger brother's decision to release the statement. It read: "The Duke of Cambridge absolutely understands the situation concerning privacy and supports the need for Prince Harry to support those closest to him." The statement was released after it was initially reported that the second-in-line to the throne was unhappy that Prince Harry had released a heartfelt statement