The Queen has opened up about her great granddaughter, Princess Charlotte. The royal chatted about the two-year-old to mum Ellen Clay, who visited Sandringham House on Monday to watch her daughter, Ellen, receive a bible. Upon presenting the gift to Ellen, the Queen asked her if she "looked after" her little sister, to which Ellen responded that it was the "other way around". The Queen replied: "It's like that with Charlotte and George." QUIZ: How well do you know Princess Charlotte? Charlotte 'keeps an eye' on George Following the encounter with Her Majesty, Ellen said: "She asked if Emily looked after Hadleigh
Prince William and Kate's royal tour details revealed – tea with Princess Victoria, dinner with Alicia Vikander and more!
Kensington Palace has announced some exciting details of Prince William and Kate's upcoming tour to Sweden and Norway. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit the two countries from Tuesday 30 January to Friday 2 February, undertaking the visit at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. This will be William and Kate's first official visits to the countries, and their first time to Stockholm and Oslo. The Duke and Duchess will be welcomed by members of the royal family in each respective country. In Sweden, they will be treated to a special luncheon by King Carl XVI
Fans were recently treated to old photos of Meghan Markle wearing a tiara at her prom, but it'll be a few months yet before we see Prince Harry's fiancée donning another extravagant headpiece. The reason is simple; unmarried women do not traditionally wear royal tiaras. HELLO!'s Acting Royal Correspondent Tracy Schaverien explained: "We won't be seeing Meghan in a tiara until her wedding day as royal etiquette dictates that only married ladies can be loaned the Queen's jewels. "Back in the day, a tiara was a status symbol for aristocratic ladies and a sign that they were married and unavailable