• Princess Caroline reveals she didn't eat with her parents until she was 14

    Princess Caroline candidly opened up about her relationship with her parents, Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III of Monaco, in a new book in honour of her brother Prince Albert's 60th birthday titled Albert II of Monaco, The Man and The Prince. In it, the 61-year-old revealed that she and her siblings were not very close to their mum and dad when they were young. "Until we were 14, we wouldn't eat with our parents," she confessed. Instead, Caroline admitted that she and her brother, Albert, had a strong relationship with their nanny, Maureen Wood. She said, "For my

  • King Felipe all smiles at solo engagement post-viral video of Queen Letizia and Queen Sofía

    Keep calm and carry on was King Felipe's disposition as he stepped out for a solo engagement on Wednesday, 4 April, following a viral video showing his wife Queen Letizia clashing with his mother Queen Sofía. It was business as usual as the 50-year-old monarch visited "The Copero" military based in Seville, where he happily toured the facilities of the Electronic War Regiment No. 32. On Tuesday, 3 April, the day that Letizia and Sofía's video hit the web, Felipe and his wife made a somber appearance at a mass commemorating the 25th anniversary of the death of Infante Juan

  • Prince Philip receives flowers at hospital as police stand guard

    Prince Philip's friends and family are sending their best wishes to the 96-year-old following his hip replacement operation. A well-wisher was seen delivering flowers to his hospital on Wednesday, just hours after the surgery. Police officers have been standing on guard outside the King Edward VII hospital in central London, where Philip is recovering. The Queen's husband was admitted to hospital on Tuesday afternoon for the planned surgery. The following day, Buckingham Palace announced that the Prince was "in good spirits". In a statement they said: "The Duke of Edinburgh has undergone a successful hip replacement operation. He is progressing

  • A look at the best royal wedding bouquets: From Kate Middleton to Queen Letizia's

    Like the flowers chosen by any bride, royal wedding bouquets are often chosen for their meaning as well as their beauty. The significance of the blooms might be linked to the bride's roots – such as Australia-born Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, who included eucalyptus leaves from her homeland – or family customs, such as the traditional myrtle that nestled in Kate Middelton's flowers, a British royal family tradition. The bouquet can also express the bride's one-of-a-kind personality – like Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, who designed her long bouquet purple blooms. Scroll through to see these royal bouquets

  • Prince Charles responds to rumours that he has a personal toilet seat

    Prince Charles has responded to reports that he has a personal toilet seat that he takes with him while travelling overseas, and good-humouredly joked about the odd story. During a radio interview with Australia's Hit105, the first-in-line to the throne was asked whether it was true that he has his own toilet seat, to which he replied: "My own what? Oh, don't believe all that c**p!" The Duchess of Cornwall added: "Don't you believe that!" The story was originally published in a biography about the Prince titled Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles. Charles and

  • Queen Letizia of Spain all smiles after tense exchange with mother-in-law Sofia

    Queen Letizia of Spain put on a brave face as she made a solo appearance in Madrid, just days after she was seen clashing with her mother-in-law Sofia in church. Letizia was said to be inconsolable after the pair were filmed in a tense exchange – and the video went viral – but on Thursday, the queen was all smiles. She was pictured arriving at a conference, which explored the role of social media, looking typically elegant in a black suit and tweed jacket. Letizia smiled and waved at the cameras and showed no signs of awkwardness following her viral

  • What will happen to Meghan Markle's bouquet after the wedding?

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding will be a mix of modernity and tradition, but there's one custom the bride might choose to follow. Meghan, like Kate and many royal brides before her, may wish to send her bouquet to Westminster Abbey following her nuptials. A bride's flowers are typically laid to rest on the Grave of the Unknown Warrior – a tradition that began with the Queen Mother. When the Queen Mother married King George VI in 1923, she laid her bouquet on the tomb in memory of her brother Fergus, who was killed in 1915 at the

  • The Queen and Sir David Attenborough, both 91, have exciting new project in the works

    The Queen has teamed up with Sir David Attenborough on her ongoing project to create protected forests in all 53 Commonwealth countries. The monarch will sit down with the naturalist to discuss her work in a new documentary titled The Queen's Green Planet. In the documentary, David joined her Majesty at Buckingham Palace, where they discussed the trees in the grounds. In an already-released clip, she pointed out that one sapling was damaged, saying: "Somebody sat on it, I think, at a garden party." The pair will also discuss nature and conservation during the show. The documentary is titled The Queen's

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's next sporty outing revealed

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will make an appearance in Bath on Friday, as they attend the UK team trials for the Invictus Games. The couple, who made their first public appearance at the Invictus Games in Toronto in September, will join hopefuls for the 2018 Games at the University of Bath Sports Training Village. Harry and Meghan will join competitors as they try out the athletics track, before meeting the hopefuls taking part in the indoor sitting volleyball trials, ahead of the fourth Invictus Games in Sydney this October. It is sure to be a special engagement for Harry,

  • Kate Middleton and more royals are spotted in their wildest fashion moments

    Royals go wild for animal print! Check out some of our favorite animal print looks from Kate Middleton, Queen Letizia and