• Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reveal plans for carriage procession on wedding day

    Prince Harry and Meghan Marke's upcoming spring wedding has delighted royal fans around the world, and now newly released details on their big day have been revealed in a statement via Kensington Palace. Harry and Meghan have confirmed that their wedding service will begin at 12:00 at St George's Chapel, with The Rt Revd, David Conner, conducting the service. The Most Revd. and Rt Hon. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, will officiate as the couple make their marriage vows. Following their vows at 13:00, royal onlookers will get the chance to catch a glimpse of the newlyweds as they undertake

  • Everything we know about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding, from the dress to the guests

  • Princess Madeleine of Sweden is a fan of these hit TV shows – do you watch the same ones?

    Princess Madeleine of Sweden''s husband, Christopher O'Neill, has opened up about his wife in an exclusive interview with the Swedish men's fashion magazine, King. The 43-year-old American-British financier spoke candidly about the couple's lives together, while also revealing Madeleine's favourite TV shows. According to Chris, the mother-of-two is a huge fan of The Crown, a Netflix show which follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the beginning of her reign. He also revealed that Madeleine enjoys Suits, the show which made future British royal Meghan Markle's name. Speaking about their lives together, Chris told the magazine: "I've met the

  • Danish royals out in full force to visit seriously ill Prince Henrik in hospital

    Prince Henrik of Denmark has received more visitors in hospital after his condition sadly worsened. Queen Margrethe II's husband is being treated at the Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, and over the weekend, his family were out in full force to be at his bedside. The couple's eldest son Crown Prince Frederik was forced to cut short his stay in South Korea, where he was attending the Winter Olympics as an International Olympic Committee member, to return home to be with his father. He was pictured visiting the hospital with his wife Crown Princess Mary and their children Prince Christian, 12, Princess Isabella, ten,

  • Alice no longer bookies' favourite for royal baby name – find out what is

    With only two months to go before Prince William and Kate welcome their third royal baby, punters around the UK are placing bets on everything from the child's gender to his or her name. Alice was the bookies' favourite for a girl, but Ladbrokes now has Mary ahead of Alice, with odds of 7-1. It follows a serious gamble on the name in the north-west of England. Paddy Power has also slashed odds of the baby being called Mary from 12-1 to 3-1, while also suspending all bets on William and Kate's third child being a girl. After Mary, Ladbrokes

  • International Kissing Day: the best royal kisses of all time

  • What protocol? The best royal selfie moments of all time

    There's no official royal rule against selfies, although for the British royals posing for one is a rare event. Queen Elizabeth has previously revealed that she finds it "disconcerting" and "strange", Prince William in 2018 noted that he's "allergic to selfies" and the always-affable Prince Harry insisted to one well wisher during a visit: "No, I hate selfies... I know you're young, selfies are bad. Just take a normal photograph!" Still, for royal watchers and fans, when royals do stop to take selfies it inevitably creates sweet, candid and sometimes just plain hilarious pics! That's why we've gathered up