• Prince Harry comforts siblings who lost their mother: 'It will get better'

    Prince Harry always knows the right the thing to say, especially to those who are trying to work through grief. The royal recently reassured a pair of siblings, who like him have lost their mother, that things will "get better." Eleven-year-old Emily Briggs and her brother Isaac, 13, met Harry at the annual rugby match between the Royal Navy and Army Twickenham stadium in London on Saturday. The 32-year-old offered support and comfort to the pair after learning that their mother died in a cycling accident last year. Prince Harry met 11-year-old Emily and 13-year-old Isaac while at at the annual

  • Princess Charlotte: who does she most look like?

    Happy birthday Princess Charlotte! The little girl is celebrating her second birthday on Tuesday 2 May, and in honour of her big day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released a sweet portrait of their daughter. Fans were quick to comment on how much Charlotte has grown, reminiscing on the day she was a mere tot, being cradled in her mum Kate's arms outside the hospital. And while many agreed that Charlotte is the picture of cuteness, there was some disagreement as to who she looks like the most. Several royal watchers shared their opinions, saying that Charlotte bears

  • Princess Diana's gardener speaks exclusively to HELLO! of his royals memories

    Kensington Palace is one of the biggest tourist attractions that London has to offer, and royals including Queen Victoria, Princess Margaret and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have all enjoyed residences in the state apartments there. But the palace is still perhaps best known as home to Diana, Princess of Wales, who lived in the royal palace from her wedding to Prince Charles in 1981 until her death on 31 August 1997. Loading the player... var track = function (evt_name) {

  • Prince William calls for € 1.5 million compensation for private photographs released of the Duchess of Cambridge

    Prince William has called for € 1.5 million compensation over private photographs of his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, which were taken without consent and published in France’s Closer magazine back in 2012. In a statement, read by the couple’s lawyer, Jean Viel, at a court in Naterre, France on Tuesday, William said that the harassment "reminded us of the harassment that led to the death of my mother, Diana Princess of Wales". The pictures, taken by a long-lens camera, were printed on the front and inside pages of the magazine alongside an article titled "Oh my God!" Prince William

  • Princess Charlotte: Things you didn't know about William and Kate's daughter

    Who does Princess Charlotte take after? Where does the little royal get her clothes? All these questions and more