• Princess Madeleine is writing a children's book

    Mom, wife, Princess and now author! Princess Madeleine has added a new title to her resume. The Swedish royal is in the process of writing a children’s book, according to the Expressen. The 34-year-old, who lives in London with her husband Christopher O’Neill and their young children Princess Leonore and Prince Nicolas, revealed to the Swedish news outlet that she spends her time in the UK city, "working on a separate project, my book project," she said. The mum-of-two, who suffers from dyslexia, explained, "It’s a children’s book. You’ll see what is is soon. At the moment I

  • Prince Harry surprises rugby fans at England training

    Prince Harry was in high spirits as he carried out an engagement focused around one of his favourite sports – rugby. The athletic Prince was invited to Twickenham stadium in south-west London where he watched the England rugby team train. During the session, Harry, who excelled at rugby at school, watched the players prepare for their next Six Nations match. The Prince looked smart in a navy suit and blue shirt, mingling with other spectators in the stands. On previous occasions, Harry has got involved and showed off his own sporting skills on the pitch, but at Friday's engagement the

  • Inside the Danish royal family's ski holiday in Switzerland

    A look at the Danish royal family's recent ski holiday in

  • Prince Louis and Princess Tessy of Luxembourg granted 'quickie' divorce

    Prince Louis and Princess Tessy of Luxembourg finalised their divorce on Friday, almost a month after announcing that they were separating. The couple were not present at the proceedings but were granted a 'quickie' divorce at the Central Family Court in London, with the judge granting them a decree nisi in just a matter of minutes. Tessy had filed for divorce in January, citing Louis' "unreasonable behaviour" as grounds for their separation. Court documents made public revealed that a judge found she was "entitled to a decree of divorce, the marriage having irretrievably broken down, the facts found proved

  • Princess Cristina of Spain found not guilty in tax fraud case, husband jailed

    Queen Letizia of Spain’s sister-in-law, Infanta Cristina, has been found not guilty in the tax fraud case, which first began in 2010. King Felipe’s sister was acquitted of criminal conduct, while her husband Iñaki Urdangarin was sentenced to six years and three months in prison by the court in Majorca. According to the New York Times on Friday, the court accepted Cristina’s "argument that she had not been aware of any wrongdoing by her husband or the companies with which he did business," though she was "fined more than €265,000." READ: King Felipe takes his daughter Princess Leonor to her

  • Princess Cristina of Spain found not guilty in tax fraud case, husband jailed

    Queen Letizia of Spain’s sister-in-law, Infanta Cristina, has been found not guilty in the tax fraud case, which first began in 2010. King Felipe’s sister was acquitted of criminal conduct, while her husband Iñaki Urdangarin was sentenced to six years and three months in prison by the court in Majorca. According to the New York Times, on Friday, the court accepted Cristina’s "argument that she had not been aware of any wrongdoing by her husband or the companies with which he did business," though she was "fined more than €265,000."CLICK FOR FULL GALLERYPhoto: Carlos Alvarez/Getty ImagesThe 51-year-old's husband, a former Olympic handball medalist,