• Young royals have their own WhatsApp group, Mike Tindall reveals

    The royal family are keeping up-to-date with wedding plans and the Duchess of Cambridge's third pregnancy via WhatsApp, Mike Tindall has revealed. The 39-year-old and his wife Zara, 36, are expecting their second baby in the same year that both Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie will marry, and Prince William and Kate will welcome another baby. And Mike revealed that with so much going on, the family are using the messaging service to stay in close contact. "Me, my brother and then a few of Zara's side like her brother Pete and the cousins are on WhatsApp groups," he

  • Monaco's Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella show off strong twin bond

    There was nothing but sibling love between Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella as they marked a first with their parents on Friday, January 26. The Monaco twins made their debut attending the annual boat burning event as part of the Sainte Devote celebration. The three-year-olds were joined by their doting dad Prince Albert and mom Princess Charlene at the symbolic festivities, which celebrates Monaco’s patron saint. Jacques, who had a red race car handy, and Gabriella looked adorable for the official outing coordinating in navy outerwear. Grace Kelly's grandchildren showed off their strong twin bond holding hands and sweetly hugging during the celebration.

  • Prince William and Kate visit Stockholm, Sweden: See the Royal tour photos for day one

  • Competitive Prince William and Kate go head-to-head at hockey – find out who won!

    Prince William and Kate's competitive sides were brought out on the first day of their royal tour of Sweden and Norway, as the couple took part in a hockey penalty shootout. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were given three attempts each as they tried to score goals at Vasaparken, an outdoor ice-skating venue in the centre of Stockholm. William just pipped Kate to the post, scoring two goals over Kate's one. The pregnant Duchess, who was hockey captain at school, was in high spirits as she tried her hand at bandy hockey. She concealed her baby bump in a

  • Princess Eugenie celebrates engagement with sister Beatrice

    It's been a week since Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank announced their plans to marry, and to celebrate the happy couple headed to the exclusive Arts Club in Mayfair on Monday night. They were joined by their close family and friends, including the bride-to-be's sister, Princess Beatrice. Wrapped up warm in a black tweed style jacket, the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson beamed with delight as she left the iconic venue alongside her fiancé. Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank celebrated their engagement on Monday night Like her sister, Beatrice opted for muted tones, wearing a simple navy dress

  • Meghan Markle to break royal protocol by giving speech at wedding

    Meghan Markle is expected to break from royal tradition at her forthcoming wedding to Prince Harry, by giving a speech at their reception. The Sunday Times reports that the former actress will deliver an "affectionate" toast to thank her new husband, the Queen and her friends and family. Meghan may even dare to make a couple of jokes, the report adds. Her father Thomas Markle, who has largely kept out of the spotlight since the engagement news, is not expected to give a father-of-the-bride speech in front of the 800 or so guests gathered at Windsor. The 73-year-old retired lighting

  • King Felipe of Spain celebrates 50th birthday by giving daughter same honour as the Queen

    King Felipe of Spain gave a truly heartwarming speech to his daughter Princess Leonor, as he presented her with the Order of the Golden Fleece on Tuesday. The king was celebrating his 50th birthday and to mark the milestone, Felipe bestowed his 12-year-old daughter with one of the country's highest honours. Addressing his firstborn, Felipe said: "Today, Leonor, you are taking a very important and symbolic step towards your future role, which began on 19 June 2014, when, by constitutional rights, you were named the Princess of Asturias and given other titles that traditionally belong to the heir to the

  • Prince William and Kate attend gala with Swedish royals and Hollywood stars

    All eyes were on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Tuesday night as they stepped out to attend a black tie dinner at the Residence of the British in Stockholm. The couple were in high spirits as they spoke to members of the Swedish royal family, Hollywood stars and representatives from government at the glamorous event on day one of their royal tour of Sweden and Norway. William and Kate were joined by Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden, as well as Hollywood royality. Among the guests were Oscar-winning actress Alicia Vikander and film star Stellan