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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived in Sunderland, where they will spend the day celebrating the city's vibrant arts scene and tour a new bridge. Prince William and Kate, who have just enjoyed a week off with their children, travelled up north for Wednesday's engagement. They began their visit at the Fire Station, one of Sunderland's most iconic buildings that has been converted into a music and arts hub. The royals charmed locals as they took part in a short walkabout outside the building; fans had waited in the hope of catching a glimpse of William, 35, and
Meghan Markle's charm and warmth has won over crowds as she tours the country with fiancé Prince Harry ahead of their royal wedding in May. And during the couple's recent visit to Edinburgh, the American actress seriously impressed onlookers as she spoke with a couple from the Philippines, who were celebrating their anniversary. After congratulating the excited pair, Meghan used the Filipino phrase 'salamat po', which means 'thank you' in Tagalog. The delighted lady can then be heard on camera exclaiming, "Oh my goodness, so sweet!" as Meghan moves on to speak to the next group of people. Meghan Markle
There isn't much that will make Anna Wintour part with her trademark sunglasses – not even the Queen. Her Majesty caused quite the stir on social media when she made a surprise appearance at London Fashion Week on Tuesday, but it was her front row companion Anna who set tongues wagging. The US Vogue editor chose not to remove her bug-eyed shades while talking to the 91-year-old monarch, who was seated next to her at Richard Quinn's fashion show. The pair appeared to be having a great time, chatting and smiling as Anna talked Her Majesty through the show. But
Grace Kelly's daughter Princess Stephanie went through many phases, including pop star and model, and her style went through many changes right along with her.
Watched on tenterhooks by hundreds of millions worldwide, the 1981 fairytale wedding of Diana Spencer and Prince Charles was, without doubt, the media event of all time. In 74 countries, viewers held their breath, then gasped as the bride stepped from the Glass Coach into the adoring sunlit world. Here, finally, was the first, feverishly anticipated glimpse of the wedding dress that was to become one of the most iconic in modern history.CLICK FOR FULL GALLERYDiana wore a stunning ivory silk taffeta gown with puffed shoulders and a billowing skirt for her trend-setting July 29, 1981 wedding to Prince
Couples that dress the same together stay together! See photos of all the adorable times that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out dressed in exactly the same
Queen Margrethe of Denmark's family – including sons Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Joachim, their wives Crown Princess Mary and Princess Marie, and the Queen's grandchildren – joined the monarch at Amalienborg Palace in advance of Prince Henrik's