• Cousins Princesses Josephine and Athena steal the show at grandmother Queen Margrethe's birthday celebration

    The phrase "cousins make the best friends" rings true for Princess Josephine and Princess Athena. The young Danish royals stole the show at their paternal grandmother, Queen Margrethe’s 77th birthday celebration on Sunday, April 16. Josephine, six, and Athena, five, were all smiles as they played with each other on the balcony of Marselisborg Palace in Aarhus, Denmark.  The little Princesses stole the show at the Danish Queen's birthday celebration  Much to the amusement of Athena’s mum, Princess Marie, the animated Princesses exchanged laughs as they were photographed hugging and dancing, while making silly faces in the company of the Queen and

  • Prince William and Lady Gaga talk mental health stigma via FaceTime

    Prince William and Lady Gaga have teamed up to encourage more people to have an open conversation about mental health and to end the stigma around the topic as part of the Heads Together #oktosay film series. In a video broadcast live on Facebook, the pair enjoyed a candid conversation over FaceTime from their respective homes in London and Los Angeles. They discussed the powerful films that have been released showing people from all walks of life discussing their mental health challenges under the #oktosay banner. STORY: Prince William and Kate team up with stars to launch Heads Together videos Lady Gaga, 31,

  • Prince Harry talks having children in the future

    Prince Harry has revealed that he would "love" to have children one day. The fifth-in-line to the throne, who is currently in a relationship with Suits actress Meghan Markle, opened up to the Telegraph's Mad World podcast about having children. "I, of course, I would love to have kids," he said. "Yeah, I'm a godfather to quite a few of my friends' [children] … actually only five or six." READ: Prince Harry’s girlfriend Meghan Markle ends Reitmans clothing deal: full story here When asked if he thought he was a good godfather, he said: "I'd like to think so. But I think

  • Princess Eugenie promoted to role of director in job

    Exciting times for Princess Eugenie! The Queen's granddaughter has received a job promotion. The 27-year-old is now a director at Hauser & Wirth, a contemporary art gallery in London where she has spent the past two years working. A source told The Daily Mail's Sebastian Shakespeare: "Eugenie is working hard and doing a good job, the promotion is well deserved." Eugenie joined the Mayfair-based gallery in the summer of 2015. At the time a representative for the art house told HELLO! Online: "Princess Eugenie has joined Hauser & Wirth as an associate director, and we are delighted to have her

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton's marriage is sign of modern monarchy

    Prince William's marriage to Kate Middleton and Prince Harry's relationship with actress Meghan Markle would have been "inconceivable" if their father Prince Charles had not suffered trouble in his first marriage to to the late Princess Diana, according to the first-in-line's biographer. Author Sally Beddell Smith says the royal siblings have been given the freedom to enjoy happy relationships because of the difficulties faced by their mom and dad.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERYPrince Charles and Princess Diana's ill-fated relationship paved the way for a new royal perspective on love and marriage when it came time for sons William and

  • Princess Diana and Duchess Kate's Catherine Walker & Co connection: Video

    Thanks to Princess Diana and Kate Middleton, the first image that comes to mind when you think of Catherine Walker & Co is the British royal family. The London couture house, started in 1977 by the late Catherine Walker and her husband Said Cyrus, first found worldwide fame during the 1980’s when Prince William’s mother became a fan. The royal legacy is continued today by new generation clients like Duchess Kate and Lady Gabriella Windsor. Scroll down for video Many of Princess Diana's vintage Catherine Walker ensembles are currently on display at the Kensington Palace exhibition Diana: Her Fashion Story. Meanwhile,