Prince William and Kate might have kept the world waiting for four days before announcing the name of their newborn baby son, Louis Arthur Charles. But it has now been revealed that the little boy could have also been left without a royal title. It's only thanks to his great-grandmother, the Queen, that the week-old royal will be known as HRH Prince Louis of Cambridge. The Queen stepped in to overturn a rule which meant that only the monarch, their children, grandchildren and the first grandson of the Prince of Wales got royal titles. Under the 1917 rule, Prince
Meghan Markle's best friend Jessica Mulroney might live all the way out in Canada, but that doesn't mean that she hasn't been there for her closest pal throughout her royal wedding planning - in fact, it seems that the pair have been working on organising the big day together since the start. According to The Sun, Jessica arrived in London this weekend to help Meghan with the final details for her upcoming marriage to Prince Harry - including one last fitting for the elusive wedding dress. Jessica has been helping Meghan with her fashion choices for the wedding Fashion stylist and PR
Prince William and Kate celebrated seven years of wedded bliss over the weekend, but their plans may have been put on the backburner on Sunday. Undoubtedly, the couple had their hands full with their newborn son, Prince Louis, who was born one week ago, and their older children Prince George and Princess Charlotte. As they do every year, the royals marked the day in private, but through the years, William and Kate have had public engagements, or the Duchess has been expecting. In the case of their fourth anniversary, Kate was overdue with Princess Charlotte. The couple celebrated their first
After a busy few days, it seems the British royal family will be stepping away from the spotlight this week. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently relishing time with their newborn son, Prince Louis, who was born last Monday. With Kate on maternity leave and William taking a few weeks off from official royal duties, the couple will most likely be staying at their private residence in Kensington Palace. They will most likely next be seen together at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which will take place at Windsor Castle on 19 May. William and
All eyes are on the world's royals, from Britain to Spain — it's a wonder that anyone can keep up! Here is HELLO!'s compilation of the best photos and royal news of the month all in one place.