• Prince William drops a big hint about gender of the royal baby

    Prince William appeared to drop a major hint about the gender of his third child as he enjoyed a night out at the football this week. The 35-year-old royal joined fellow Aston Villa fans on Tuesday night, and was pictured celebrating as his team beat Cardiff City 1-0, thanks to a late winner from Jack Grealish. After the Championship game, William seemingly let slip the sex of his third baby, who is due this month. According to the Mirror, he told fans: "I'm going to insist the baby is called Jack", before adding after a pause: "…Or Jackie." William was

  • The Queen has given Prince Harry the ultimate gift

    Prince Harry has been named the President of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust. The news appears to have been revealed on the new website for the Trust, in which the Prince is named as the head of the charity. In the 'About' section of the site, it reads: "Our President, Prince Harry, recognises the potential the Commonwealth family has - with this generation's vision, passion, effort and connectivity – to make a lasting beneficial impact with their ideas for hopeful social change." Prince Harry has been named President The Trust's current projects include eradicating hunger with excess food, helping children gain an

  • Carole and Michael Middleton selling wedding decorations for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day

    With only weeks to go until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding, royal fever is taking over the nation. And it seems the Duchess of Cambridge's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, have also jumped on the bandwagon with their supply company, Party Pieces. The Middleton family business has stocked up on everything from Union Jack flags and bunting, to confetti and banners ahead of the 19 May nuptials. Carole and Michael Middleton are selling royal wedding pieces On the online website, customers can search "royal wedding" which brings up a whole host of royal-themed items. Carole, 63, launched Party Pieces in

  • Prince Philip receives first royal visitor after nine days in hospital

    Prince Philip has been recuperating at the King Edward VIII Hospital for the past nine days following a hip operation, and he has now received his first known visitor – his daughter, Princess Anne. The Princess Royal went to visit the 96-year-old on Thursday, just over a week after his operation on Wednesday 4 April, and later said her father was "on good form". The Queen is currently residing in Windsor but has been in touch with her husband, while Princes Charles and Andrew have been abroad during Philip's time in hospital. Princess Anne visited her father in hospital It is also

  • The Queen just made a change in the Buckingham Palace gardens inspired by David Attenborough

    The Queen has moved a sundial in the gardens at Buckingham Palace after Sir David Attenborough pointed out that it was positioned in the shade. Her Majesty asked the gardening team at the royal palace to move the ornament to a sunnier spot in the garden following David's observation last summer. The Blue Planet host joked about the sundial as he took a stroll through the palace gardens with the monarch while filming their ITV documentary, The Queen's Green Planet. Sir David noted that it had been "neatly planted in the shade", prompting the Queen to ask her head gardener:

  • Inside the Lindo Wing: Meet a mom who gave birth at the same exclusive location as Duchess Kate – video

    Did you ever wonder what its like to give birth in the ultra-exclusive hospital wing in London where Kate Middleton welcomed Prince George, Princess Charlotte and also, it is expected, royal baby number three? Meet Katherine Filkins and her baby daughter Isla, who was born at the Lindo Wing only seven months ago. In the video below, Katherine shares her unique insight into her stay and the luxury treatment offered in this private section of St Mary's Hospital in London, where staff and royal super fans are on call for William and Kate's new arrival!SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEODon't miss