• There's another Louis in Prince William and Kate Middleton's family

    Prince William and his wife Kate recently surprised royal fans when they revealed that they named their newborn son, Prince Louis Arthur Charles - a clear nod to the royal family. And while the name is a significant tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh's uncle, Lord Louis Mountbatten, and the Duke's maternal grandfather, Prince Louis Alexander of Battenberg, it has since been noticed that there's already another Louis in the family! The Duchess of Cornwall's daughter, Laura Lopes,named one of her eight-year-old twins, Louis. The Duchess of Cornwall has a sweet link to Prince Louis Laura, who also shares eight-year-old Gus

  • Prince Philip makes first public appearance since hip operation

    Prince Philip appeared to be in high spirits as he made his first public appearance since his hip operation last month. The Duke of Edinburgh joined his wife the Queen at the Royal Windsor Horse Show on Friday, and was pictured driving to the event. Her Majesty, who was dressed down in a gingham skirt, wax jacket and headscarf, briefly chatted to her husband through the car window before heading to enjoy the show. The Queen has attended the horse show every year since 1943, often accompanied by her husband. The monarch, who still regularly rides, always looks her happiest

  • Why Prince Harry will keep his beard for the royal wedding

    Prince Harry will have chosen his wedding day outfit months ago, but one question he'll be facing this week is whether or not he should shave off his beard as the big day approaches. The Prince, who served in the army for ten years, is expected to wear a military uniform at the ceremony, possibly that of the Captain General of the Royal Marines – his most recent and senior military title. But grooms who marry in uniform should technically be clean-shaven, army rules dictate. Historian Hugo Vickers explained that Harry wouldn't be able to wear an army uniform with