• Prince George and Princess Charlotte's Christmas candy canes: the inside story

    Remember those photos of Prince George and Princess Charlotte holding Christmas candy canes outside the Middleton family church in Englefield, Berkshire? Prince William and Kate's two children were the picture of sweetness and had fans cooing at the sight. George, three, was pictured eating his candy cane as he left St Mark's holding his father's hand while Charlotte, who turns two in May, poked the gravel with hers. Rev. Nick Wynne-Jones revealed that his Christmas sermon attended by the Cambridge family and the Middletons, including James and Pippa, had been about Jesus being a "rock". The candy canes had been given

  • How Princess Diana's legacy will be celebrated this year

    Princess Diana's legacy will be celebrated with a special exhibition at Althorp, her ancestral home, later this year. The beloved royal's brother Earl Spencer will host the event, which will feature the inspiring stories of young people who are "Walking in her Shoes" and a fundraising gala for the Diana Award in June. The exhibition, which is being organised by the charity – the only one to carry the Princess's name – is one of a series of events taking place throughout her 20th anniversary year to celebrate her qualities of kindness, compassion and service. Diana was tragically killed in a car