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Until now, the Duchess of Cornwall's future title should Prince Charles become King was to be Princess Consort. However, a revamp of the Clarence House website has seen statements featuring the title removed, fuelling speculation that Camilla may in fact be given the title of Queen. The name Princess Consort was decided on back in 2005 when Charles and Camilla married, but now this title has disappeared from the website's biography and frequently asked questions section. According to The Sun, the FAQ section had read: "Will the Duchess become Queen when The Prince becomes King?" As was explained at the
British fashion house Ralph and Russo have once again been tipped to be the dress designer for the upcoming wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Rumours continue to circulate around the bride-to-be's chosen couturier, fuelling speculation that the brunette beauty will stick with the designer that famously created her stunning engagement gown. Fashion insiders tell HELLO! that word is that the British haute couture fashion house has won the style war to create the most coveted wedding dress of the year - so is it time to give up the guessing game? Meghan wearing Ralph and Russo in her
Excitement is growing as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge approach the due date of their third child. The royal baby is expected to arrive in April but the exact date still remains a mystery to the public. Now bookmaker Coral has revealed it is offering odds of 8-1 on the couple's third child being born on the 29th April, which just happens to be their seven-year wedding anniversary. Previous reports have suggested the royal baby may arrive on 23rd April, St George's Day, with Coral offering odds of 4-1 on that date. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with
A British brewery has created a brand new beer in honour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming royal wedding - blending English and American hops to mark the special day. The team at the Windsor and Eton Brewery, just a few minutes down the road from Windsor Castle, where the couple will marry, created the pale ale after being inspired by the couple's first appearance together at the Invictus Games in Toronto last year. The limited-edition beer, called Harry & Meghan's Windsor Knot, is a special new version of the company's best-selling Windsor Knot, which was first brewed for