• Fireman who attended Princess Diana's crash: 'I thought she was going to survive'

    A firefighter who attended the scene of Princess Diana's car crash in Paris has said he was certain she would survive. Xavier Gourmelon has spoken for the first time about that fateful night, and admitted he had no idea at the time that the lady involved was the Princess. "The car was in a mess and we just dealt with it like any road accident," he told the Sun. "The woman, who I later found out was Princess Diana, was on the floor in the back." Princess Diana was tragically killed in a car crash in a Paris tunnel on 31

  • Guess which royal has worked the most days this year so far

    New figures have revealed which member of the British royal family has worked the most days this year so far – Princess Anne. The Queen's diligent daughter has clocked up 114 days – roughly twice as many as other members of her family. Anne, 67, was followed by Prince Charles who has worked 93 days, Prince Andrew who has notched up 71 and Prince Edward who has completed 55 days. Meanwhile Prince Philip, who retired earlier this month, has spent 52 days on public engagements. The Queen has carried out 50 days and the Duchess of Cornwall 51. Both Prince William and

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take Heathrow Express home after epic Africa holiday

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shunned a chauffeur service as they landed at Heathrow airport on Tuesday morning. The down-to-earth couple instead joined fellow passengers on the Heathrow Express train, travelling from the airport to central London at the end of their romantic holiday in Africa. According to E! News, the Prince and his girlfriend kept a low-profile in the first-class carriage, where they were accompanied by a few personal protection officers. A source said: "The pair wore baseball caps and sat in the first-class carriage, reading magazines and chatting quietly. [Meghan] was smiley and giddy looking." The onlooker

  • Prince William, Kate and Prince Harry visit Princess Diana garden at Kensington Palace

    On the eve of their mother's death anniversary, Prince William and Prince Harry carried out an emotional engagement as they paid tribute to Princess Diana at Kensington Palace. The royal brothers, accompanied by William's wife Kate, visited the Sunken Garden in the grounds of the palace which this year has been transformed into a White Garden, dedicated to their mother. William, Kate and Harry were given a tour by head gardener Sean Harkin, along with gardener Graham Dillamore who knew the Princess from her frequent visits there. The royals learnt about the design and planning of the garden and

  • Prince William, Kate and Prince Harry's busy autumn schedules revealed

    As Prince William and Kate prepare for life in London, Kensington Palace has revealed their busy autumn diaries, which will see the royals carry out engagements in the capital and around the UK. The Duchess of Cambridge will continue to champion causes close to her heart – mental health and family breakdown – as she visits the Hornsey Road Children's Centre in London on Monday 4 September. Kate will tour the centre, which will host a discussion about perinatal mental health services, and meet parents who have benefitted from the charity's support. Her husband Prince William, meanwhile, will attend the

  • Princes William and Harry recreate touching scenes after Diana's death as they receive flowers from the public

    Prince William and Prince Harry surprised members of the public by taking part in an impromptu walkabout outside Kensington Palace on the eve of their mother's death anniversary. The royal brothers greeted fans who had waited patiently in the torrential rain, and helped gather and lay their floral tributes to Princess Diana at the palace gates. Standing under umbrellas, William and Harry took time to look at the photos and banners dedicated to the late People's Princess. They read cards and messages that fans had tied to the railings, in scenes reminiscent from 20 years ago when Prince Charles and

  • Kate reveals Princess Charlotte 'absolutely loves' to dance

    Princess Charlotte's proud mum Kate has revealed that her little girl has started to take dance lessons! The Duchess opened up about her little girl's new interest on Wednesday during her visit to the Princess Diana garden at Kensington Palace. While chatting to English National Ballet director Tamara Rojo about Diana's passion for dancing, Kate said of her two-year-old daughter: "She absolutely loves it." Kate revealed that Princess Charlotte loves to dance During the conversation with Tamara, Prince William opened up about Diana's "fantastic" dancing, saying: "She loved dancing, she was a fantastic dancer. We've been going through her music collection

  • WATCH: Queen Rania of Jordan’s children show off impressive musical talents

    Royal band! It looks like Queen Rania of Jordan has a pair of musicians on her hands. The 46-year-old monarch’s oldest son, Crown Prince Hussein, took to his Instagram over the weekend to show off his impressive guitar skills. The musical talents seemed to be matched by his younger sister Princess Salma, 16, who also rocked out in the clip.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERY #Repost @alhusseinjo ... ‎مع سلمى Jamming with SalmaA post shared by Queen Rania Al Abdullah (@queenrania) on Aug 26, 2017 at 9:27am PDT “Jamming with Salma,” the 23-year-old future King wrote alongside the video, which shows him strumming an acoustic