• Why Prince Charles may not live at Buckingham Palace when he is King

    Prince Charles may not live at Buckingham Palace when he is King, a new report has suggested. According to The Sunday Times, the first-in-line to the throne has plans to make the palace a more business-like "monarchy HQ". Sources suggest he would continue to host state banquets, diplomatic receptions and the like at Buckingham Palace, and may even provide space for his private office and communications team, but that he and his wife Camilla would remain at Clarence House, his London home formerly occupied by the Queen Mother. There are also murmurs that Charles, 68, would open the palace to

  • Prince William to meet Sir David Attenborough while pregnant Kate recovers at home

    Prince William has another exciting engagement in the diary – joining Sir David Attenborough at the world premiere of his new series, Blue Planet II. The Duke of Cambridge, who continues to carry out royal duties while his pregnant wife Kate suffers from Hyperemesis Gravidarum at home, will attend the premiere at the BFI Imax Cinema at Waterloo next Wednesday. William will also meet composer Hans Zimmer and selected guests and schoolchildren who have been invited to the special screening. Before the show starts, the Prince will join youngsters from Lionel Primary School in Brentford in the cinema foyer, where

  • Duchess Kate stars in new video aimed for children – watch it here

    The Duchess of Cambridge has starred in a new video encouraging children to talk about their 'big' and 'small' feelings. Kate, who is pregnant with her third baby, filmed the short introductory clip for her patronage, the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families. In the video, she reveals how the charity worked with children to create a special animation designed for them to talk about their feelings. "It helps us all talk about our mental health," said Kate. "What to say and who to talk to when we have feelings that are too big to manage on our