• A $225,000 tiara from Princess Diana's family has sold

    A gorgeous £184,000 diamond tiara that belonged to a relative of Princess Diana has been sold. The Edwardian piece was purchased at a well-known art fair in Holland on Thursday. Set with over 800 old cut diamonds, the tiara was originally meant as a wedding gift for Lady Delia Spencer, Princess Diana’s great aunt, from her father Charles (the 6th Earl Spencer). On February 18, 1914, Lady Delia married the Honorable Sir Sidney Peel, the grandson of Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel. Princess Diana's great aunt owned this tiara At an estimated weight of 48 carats, the sparkling tiara is held

  • 6 reasons why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are perfect for each other

    With their charitable ventures, their sense of fun and their dreams of starting a family, it's easy to see why Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle are the perfect match. The British royal and the American actress are well suited to be the next couple up the royal aisle. At the wedding of Harry's friend in Jamaica, the pastor turned to the Prince and said: "It's your turn next, sir." And royal experts agree the time could finally be right for the world's most eligible bachelor to settle down. Here are six reasons why Harry and Meghan would

  • Baby Prince Oscar and Princess Estelle steal the show at mum Victoria's name day

    Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden celebrated her 'name day' at the Swedish palace with crowds of supporters on Sunday. The royal was joined by her husband, Prince Daniel, and their two children, Princess Estelle, five, and Prince Oscar, who has recently turned one. The little ones stole the show together, looking as cute as ever while wrapped up in coats and hats as they enjoyed 'Victoria day'. The day is celebrated every year on March 12 as each calendar day in Sweden is attached to a person's name, with numerous links to royals. READ: Prince Oscar of Sweden is spitting

  • A $225,000 tiara from Princess Diana's family has sold

    A gorgeous $225,000 diamond tiara that belonged to a relative of Princess Diana has been sold. The Edwardian piece was purchased at a well-known art fair in Holland on Thursday. Set with over 800 old cut diamonds, the tiara was originally meant as a wedding gift for Lady Delia Spencer, Princess Diana’s great aunt, from her father Charles (the 6 th Earl Spencer). On February 18, 1914, Lady Delia married the Honorable Sir Sidney Peel, the grandson of Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERY Princess Diana's great aunt owned this tiara Photo: TEFAF At an estimated weight of 48 carats, the sparkling tiara is held on its frame