• Did Meghan Markle cry when she said yes to the dress? See what her best friend has to say

    Did Meghan Markle tear up when she said yes to the dress? In a recent interview on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Meghan's close friend, Priyanka Chopra, seemed to hint that the former Suits actress certainly did shed a few tears after choosing her wedding dress. Andy asked the Quantico star several questions about the royal wedding, and joked that if she couldn't answer he would simply interpret her facial expression. When he asked if Meghan cried when she found her dream dress, the actress smiled widely, leading Andy to say: "Oh she did!" Priyanka's fellow guest on

  • How Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are spending their final days before the royal wedding

    There are only two weeks to go before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot in what will undoubtedly be the wedding of the year. The Prince has cleared his diary and has no official engagements before the big day; the next time royal watchers can expect to see the couple is when they base themselves at Windsor to make last-minute wedding preparations ahead of Saturday 19 May. Like most lovebirds, Harry and Meghan will spend the next couple of weeks tying up loose ends to make sure everything goes to plan on the day. The pair have been

  • The surprising link between Prince Harry and Meghan and Prince Charles and Diana's royal weddings

    Although they are nearly 40 years apart, there is a surprisingly link between the weddings of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and the Prince's parents, Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, all thanks to a member of the Household Cavalry. Lt. Col James Gaselee will be leading the soldiers who will escort the newly married couple during their first carriage procession as husband and wife, and the commanding officer just happens to be the brother of Sarah-Jane Gaselee, who was a bridesmaid at Charles and Diana's royal wedding back in 1981. Harry and Meghan will tie the knot on

  • Can you find Prince Louis in this tricky royal baby cartoon?

    Prince Louis is less than two weeks old but he's already made a ton of friends! The little boy is seen playing with dozens of other tots and the Queen's corgis in his luxurious royal nursery, complete with a butler, but can you spot Louis amid the chaos? Channelmum.com has created the tricky puzzle in celebration of the royal baby's birth and given us a clue – Louis is the only baby wearing a crown on his head. "Looking for Prince Louis isn't as easy as it sounds," site founder Siobahn Freegard said. "While he may have the most hipster

  • The special roles Meghan Markle's parents will have at the royal wedding

    Kensington Palace has confirmed that Meghan Markle's father Thomas Markle Sr. will walk his daughter up the aisle on the day of the royal wedding. Her mother Doria Ragland will also have a special role on the day, accompanying Meghan to St George's Chapel in Windsor in the same car. It's thought that Meghan's dad will already be waiting for the bride at the church entrance. Speculation had been mounting for months, with reports claiming that Thomas, a retired Emmy-award winning lighting director, would do the honours. But Thomas, 73, has shied away from the spotlight ever since his daughter's

  • Meghan Markle will have no maid of honour – find out why

    Meghan Markle won't have an official maid of honour for her wedding day to Prince Harry, as she couldn't decide between her closest friends! Following a briefing at Kensington Palace, it was confirmed that due to having a very close-knit group of friends, Meghan didn't want to choose one particular maid of honour, and instead each of her closest friends will have an active role and will be supporting her on her wedding day. On the day in question, Meghan will travel to the church with her mum, Doria Ragland, before making a brief stop where Doria will make

  • Revealed: This member of the royal family will not attend the wedding

    Prince William and Kate's third son, Prince Louis, will not attend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding on 19 May at Windsor Castle, it has been revealed. Despite the couple's other two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, reportedly having key roles at the wedding of the year, the newest addition to the family will stay at home. Prince Louis would be just under one-month-old on the big day, making him too young for such a big affair. His mum, the Duchess of Cambridge, is expected to attend with her husband Prince William, who will act as Prince Harry's best man. HELLO!'s

  • Discover the special role Diana's siblings will have at the wedding

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding is right around the corner now, and Kensington Palace have revealed more details about the wedding, and confirmed that Diana, Princess of Wales' siblings will be involved in the wedding as part of Harry's wish to give his mother's side of the family a role on the special day. While all three siblings, Sarah, Jane, and Charles will be attendance, Lady Jane will give the reading at St. George's Chapel. The couple have said that they are honoured to have Lady Jane representing her family while celebrating the memory of Harry's mother. Diana's siblings

  • Revealed: when Prince Harry will finally meet Meghan Markle's father Thomas

    Prince Harry will meet Meghan Markle's father Thomas for the first time in a couple of weeks. Kensington Palace has confirmed that Harry will meet his future father-in-law just a few days before the royal wedding on Saturday 19 May. Thomas and his ex-wife Doria Ragland will arrive in the UK in the week of the wedding. During those days, Harry will be able to get to know Meghan's father. Thomas and Doria, who Harry has met before, will also be introduced to members of the royal family, including the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall and

  • Who is Princess Diana's sister Lady Jane Fellowes? Everything you need to know

    Princess Diana's siblings will attend the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle later this month, but there is one member of the family who will play a starring role – Diana's older sister, Lady Jane Fellowes. Jane, 61, will give a reading at the Windsor ceremony, while her sister Lady Sarah McCorquodale and brother Earl Spencer will be among the wedding guests. Jane has largely kept out of the spotlight since her sister Diana's tragic death in 1997, but Harry has always remained close to his mother's side of the family. The Prince introduced Meghan to some of

  • Everything you need to know about Princess Margaret's first love, Peter Townsend

    We feel like we know members of the royal family, and their strict traditions, better than ever thanks to the hit Netflix show, The Crown. One of the key storylines in season one was Princess Margaret's desire to marry Peter Townsend, and the heartbreak when she decided to call off the engagement as the only way she would be allowed to marry was to be removed from the line of succession. But what do we know about the man behind the ill-fated romance? Peter was the King's Equerry Group Captain Peter Wooldridge Townsend was a Royal Air Force officer, and was