• Did you notice Shaggy break royal protocol at the Queen's 92nd birthday concert?

    Shaggy and Sting had the crowd up and dancing at the Queen's birthday concert last weekend, but did you notice the moment the Jamaican singer broke royal protocol? Security officials had briefed the artists before the gig at the Royal Albert Hall, warning them not to leave the stage at any time during their sets. The Queen and members of her family including Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle were all in attendance to celebrate the monarch's 92nd birthday in London. But Shaggy, 49, failed to heed the security warning and left the stage, even

  • Harry and Meghan choose Britain's Got Talent star to perform at royal wedding

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are taking a very hands-on approach to their wedding preparations. This week, Kensington Palace confirmed that the couple had chosen their music for their church service – noting that a "great deal of interest and care" had been taken in making their selection. Among those chosen to take part is Britain's Got Talent cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who has now revealed he received a personal phone call from Meghan asking if he would play at the 19 May nuptials. Sheku, 19, first came to the couple's attention when Harry watched him play at a charity concert

  • Prince William reveals whether he and Kate Middleton are getting any sleep following royal baby's birth

    Prince William has opened up about his brand new royal baby during his first engagement since the birth. The doting dad, who is technically on paternity leave, was asked about his wife Kate and their son as he arrived at Westminster Abbey to attend the Anzac Day service. "They're very well thanks," replied William, saying that everyone is "in good form, luckily". The future King added: "Sleeping's going reasonably well so far, so he's behaving himself, which is good." William, 35, was marking Anzac Day in London with his brother Prince Harry and Harry's fiancée Meghan Markle. The trio attended

  • Is the royal baby called Alexander? Prince William responds

    Royal fans have been anticipating the name announcement of the new royal baby since his arrival on Monday, with popular contenders including Arthur, Philip and Alexander – a name Prince William was quizzed about during his first public engagement since the birth. While at Westminster Abbey to attend the Anzac Day service on Wednesday, William said of the choice of name: "Alexander? “Funny you should say that," adding that Jerry is a strong name. Joined by brother Prince Harry and future sister-in-law Meghan Markle, the-dad-of-three also revealed that it was so far, so good when it comes to sleep.

  • Carole Middleton and son James visit Kate and royal baby at Kensington Palace

    Prince William and Kate's royal baby has had a new set of visitors! The Duchess of Cambridge's mother Carole Middleton and brother James were spotted visiting Kensington Palace on Wednesday, two days after the Prince was born. Carole was also on hand to help with the school run as she was pictured collecting Prince George, four, from school. On Tuesday, Kate's younger sister Pippa Middleton, who is reportedly pregnant with her first child, was pictured leaving the palace, having met her one-day-old nephew in private. Kensington Palace has yet to reveal the baby's name and title, although an announcement is expected

  • Why we probably won't see Meghan Markle until her wedding day

    Meghan Markle stepped out at the crack of dawn on Wednesday to attend the Anzac Day service in London with Prince Harry, where the pair were later joined at Westminster Abbey by Prince William. It is now thought that Meghan – who looked as stylish as ever dressed in a full-length grey Smythe coat, black hat and matching shoes – will most likely not be seen again now until her wedding day. Prince Harry and Meghan are set to tie the knot in less than a month now, which will see the royal family, famous faces and royal fans

  • The special significance of the car seat cover used to take home the royal baby

    As with their other two children, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge drove their son home from the Lindo Wing following his safe arrival on Monday, taking the newborn in a baby carrier with a white cover – which had a very special significance. This is because the cover was created by Pasito a Pasito – a Spanish brand - which from now until the end of May, is priced at just 65.90 euros. The Cambridge family have close links with Spain. Not only do Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two, have a Spanish nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion

  • Why Prince William and Kate have delayed the royal baby name announcement

    When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge proudly introduced their baby son to the world on Monday following his safe arrival, William told reporters that they would "very soon" to hear the name chosen for the little Prince. And while William seemingly hinted that the newborn may be called Alexander during his public engagement at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday to attend the Anzac Day service, an official announcement is yet to be made - despite both Prince George and Princess Charlotte's names being announced two days after their arrivals. This could well be because the couple didn't want to

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's sweetest photos

    Public displays of affection have historically been avoided by the royal family, but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are rewriting the