• This is the best picture you will see of Kate's blossoming bump

    The Duchess of Cambridge has given onlookers the first real glimpse of her baby bump. Kate, who is due to welcome her third child with Prince William in April, has kept her tummy largely under wraps throughout her pregnancy, covering up from the winter weather in a series of stylish coats. But on Wednesday, her pregnancy curves were clearly visible during a visit to Bond Primary School in Mitcham, where she joined young students as they took part in the Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative. The 36-year-old stepped out in her go-to tennis outfit, including a white track jacket from Clarice

  • Prince William surprises with new hairstyle

    Prince William has debuted a surprising new look during his visit to a children's hospital in London on Thursday. The second-in-line to the throne appeared at Evelina London to meet the children, families and staff at the hospital as part of the charity Step Into Health, which aims to help veterans find work in the NHS after serving, and is in partnership with the Royal Foundation. READ: Prince William speaks about being best man to 'best mate' Prince Harry CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Prince William debuted a shaved head  Fans of the royal family were quick to praise William's new look on Twitter, with

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle dazzle crowds in Cardiff following train delay

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have once again charmed crowds as they arrived in Cardiff to carry out their third joint engagement on Thursday afternoon. The couple, who are set to tie the knot in Windsor on 19 May, were greeted with cheers and applause from well-wishers who had waited outside Cardiff Castle - as early as 7am - in order to catch a glimpse of the loved-up duo. Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, were held up an hour after their Great Western Railway train service from London Paddington was delayed en route. More pictures here Meghan Markle turned heads

  • QUIZ: How well do you know Buckingham Palace?

    As the Queen and Prince Philip's official London residence, Buckingham Palace is the most famous home in the UK. Over the years we have seen the royal family waving from the balcony or popping in for the annual Christmas party - but just how much do you actually know about the building, its gardens, and its rich royal history? READ: The Queen's jewels were kept safe in a biscuit tin during the war Take our Buckingham Palace quiz below  For example, did you know that the Palace is named after an 18th century politician - who was titled the Duke of Buckingham - who

  • All the best photos from Harry and Meghan's visit to Cardiff

  • Meghan Markle delights fans by breaking royal protocol – find out what she did

    Meghan Markle broke some very important royal protocol during her official engagement in Cardiff on Thursday - but it made her fans very happy! The soon-to-be royal signed an autograph for a young girl who had queued for hours outside Cardiff Castle to get a glimpse of the couple, while her fiancé Prince Harry stood by her side. Schoolgirl Caitlin Clark, ten, asked Meghan to sign her book and the 36-year-old readily obliged, signing; "Hi Kaitlin" - albeit with a K - and adding a heart and a smiley face. Caitlin, however, did not mind the slight misspelling. "I don’t really