With five months to go until her big day, Princess Eugenie is in the middle of planning her wedding to Jack Brooksbank. But she now also has another very important project to focus on. The 28-year-old, who works as an associate director at art gallery Hauser & Wirth, has announced a new patronage in keeping with her love of the art world. Taking to Instagram this week, Eugenie wrote: "Very happy to announce that I am now Royal Patron of the Tate Young Patrons. This institution does remarkable work for the arts and I'm very proud to begin working
The BBC will be offering a very special opportunity to local communities in the UK on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding day - allowing a one-off dispensation so that members of the public can come together and take part in the 19 May celebrations. The unique dispensation allows those celebrating the royal wedding through special events - such as parties in town halls, community centres and streets across Britain - to screen the event live without needing to purchase a licence. The rule will also apply to shops and events such as agricultural shows. Harry and Meghan will marry on
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a new set of royal neighbours! The Sun has reported that Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, who will also marry this year, have moved into the Kensington Palace cottage adjacent to Harry and his fiancée. It is thought that the 28-year-old Princess and Jack, 31, moved into their new home the very same day the Duchess of Cambridge went into labour with new baby Prince Louis - so it was a busy day for the royal family! Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have moved to Kensington Palace Eugenie and Jack are now living at the three-bedroom
Britain is gripped by royal wedding fever ahead of Prince Harry's marriage to Meghan Markle on 19 May. The happy couple are set to get their fairytale ending when they tie the knot later this month – but not every royal romance has a happy ending. In fact, in April 2010, Sweden was rocked by the news that Princess Madeleine had called off her engagement to then-fiancé Jonas Bergstrom, amid allegations he had been unfaithful. The scandal made headlines around the world; it was the first time in recent history than any royal wedding had been cancelled, and Jonas'
The Royal Mint revealed on Tuesday a new coin design that will commemorate the next momentous occasion for the royal family - the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle! Available on The Royal Mint website from 1 May, the design has been created by Jody Clark - the Royal Mint’s coin design team member who created the current effigy of Her Majesty the Queen in 2015. This is the latest royal figure Jody has depicted in his designs. Following the announcement of their engagement, The Royal Mint was granted a private sitting with Prince Harry and Meghan at
What do you give the couple that has everything? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have asked for charitable donations instead of wedding gifts, but it's thought Harry's grandmother the Queen will present the newlyweds with a very generous present. Her Majesty is expected to give the couple their very own stately home, just as she did with Prince William and Kate when they married in 2011. The Queen bestowed Anmer Hall – one of her most luxurious houses on her Sandringham Estate in Norfolk – to William and Kate in 2013, two years after their wedding when it was finally
Two pupils from Flakefleet Primary School in Lancashire have recreated a perfect date for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – by going on a trip to Blackpool! Wearing face masks of the engaged couple, who are due to be married on 19 May, the two youngsters skipped on the beach together, played in the arcades, went shopping for handbags and even went dancing at the Blackpool Tower Ballroom! Speaking about filming the adorable video to HELLO!, Flakefleet's headteacher, Dave McPartlin, said: "Brodie and Betsie loved the filming, they were so excited and had great fun with me and one
Jeremy Paxman on marrying into the royal family: 'I don't think you want to become a princess if you can avoid it'
Jeremy Paxman has spoken candidly about the difficulties that come with marrying into the British royal family on the ITV documentary, The Royal Wives of Windsor. The first part of the two-part show, which aired on Monday, looked at royal brides including Diana, Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker-Bowles ahead of Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle. Speaking about the realities of becoming a royal through marriage, Jeremy said: "Every girl dreams of being a princess and actually I don't think you want to become a princess if you can avoid it." The documentary looked at royal weddings In the documentary,
See the adorable never-before-seen picture of the Queen casually posing with Zara Phillips on her wedding day
A never-before-seen picture of the Queen and her granddaughter Zara Phillips from her wedding day in 2011 has just surfaced and it is one of the most adorable pictures of the duo we have ever seen. The snap, which currently stands in the reception of Holyroodhouse and was spotted by royal fan Elaine Duff, shows the monarch and bride smiling broadly at the wedding reception. In the rare picture, the proud grandmother of the bride can be seen in her pink blush dress coat and feathered hat, while carrying her signature handbag and matching white gloves. Zara, meanwhile, looks stunning
Everyone loves a customized present – even the royals! Check out members of royalty who have personalized sports team souvenirs, cellphone cases, tote bags and
A photo gallery of best-dressed royals including Queen Letizia of Spain, Kate Middleton, Charlotte Casiraghi and