• Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle don’t need their wedding banns read

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle don't need their wedding banns read, the Church of England has confirmed. Wedding banns are typically a legal requirement in Church of England weddings, which means that your plans to marry are announced in church on three Sundays in the three months ahead of your wedding. However, according to the Church of England's spokesperson, the couple's choice of chapel means that the declaration isn't necessary as St. George's Chapel is a Royal Perculiar.  Harry and Meghan will tie the knot on 19 May Chatting to HELLO!, the spokesman said: "Marriage Banns are only read where services

  • Who lives in Kensington Palace? Meet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal neighbours

  • A month-by-month timeline of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's fairy tale romance

    With just nine days to go before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot, we're taking a look back at their whirlwind, royal romance. The couple were introduced in 2016 by a mutual friend, whose identity they have protected, and a year later, their engagement was announced. Read on for the month-by-month timeline of their blossoming relationship… July 2016 This is when Harry and Meghan are first said to have met, after being set up by a mutual friend. Some reports claim fashion designer Misha Nonoo, the ex-wife of Harry's school friend Alexander Gilkes, played matchmaker. Misha is good friends

  • Kate Middleton and Prince William's young bridesmaids and page boys: Where are they now?

    Nine days to go till Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walk down the aisle at Windsor Castle. In honour of their special occasion, we have decided to reminisce on Prince William and his wife Kate's big day, which took place at Westminster Abbey on 29 April 2011. Just like most royals couple, the wedding was a huge affair, with around 1,900 guests invited to the religious ceremony and some 600 people then invited to a luncheon at Buckingham Palace, hosted by the Queen. But the nation were certainly in awe of their young bridesmaids and page boys. Here at

  • Prince William to join DIY SOS for Grenfell Tower project

    The Duke of Cambridge is set to join the crew of DIY SOS as part of a major project to support people affected by the fire at Grenfell Tower in London. Prince William will meet the BBC show's host Nick Knowles on Tuesday 15 May to see how they are helping the community by building a new community centre and replacing a boxing club that was destroyed by the fire in June 2017. During his visit to the site, William will meet volunteers who have been helping to complete the ambitious project and chat to local residents affected by the

  • The Queen will be one of the first to see Meghan Markle's wedding dress - find out why

    Millions of viewers around the world will be watching with baited breath to catch that all-important first glance of Meghan Markle in her wedding dress on 19 May, but there is one member of the royal family who will have already had a sneak peek at the bride's beautiful gown - the Queen! Her Majesty is expected to see Meghan's designer dress at Windsor in the days leading up to the royal wedding, to ensure she approves of the design. HELLO!'s royal correspondent Emily Nash explained the tradition while speaking on royal podcast On Heir this week. "We understand that