• Kate Middleton’s favourite designer speaks out after criticising Meghan Markle’s wedding dress

    One of the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite fashion designers, Emilia Wickstead, has spoken out following claims that she accused the Duchess of Sussex's wedding dress designer - Givenchy's Clare Waight Keller - of copying one of her gowns. In a statement posted to the brand's official Instagram account, she wrote: "I am extremely saddened by the commentary that has appeared in the press and on-line over the past few days. Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex looked absolutely beautiful on her wedding day and I have the utmost admiration and respect for her." The designer posted a statement to Instagram She

  • How Kate Middleton is just as hands-on with Prince George and Princess Charlotte after Prince Louis' birth

    The Duchess of Cambridge is often praised for her hands-on parenting style, and following the birth of her third child Prince Louis in April, Kate has showed no signs of slowing down. The royal has been getting to grips with caring for her newborn, while also ensuring that her older children Prince George and Princess Charlotte don't feel left out. This means that even though she has fewer hands than children, the mum-of-three will go out of her way to make sure all of her youngsters are showered with love. Over the weekend, Kate, 36, was spotted in Norfolk at

  • Meghan Markle's coat of arms: why is the crown around the songbird's neck?

    The internet was left stumped after Meghan Markle's new coat of arms was released last week, with many quick to point out that the songbird's crown is around its neck and not on its head. Some took to Twitter to share their concern, noting that the bird looked "distressed" and as if it was being "strangled" by its headpiece. But the explanation is simple. There is nothing sinister or negative about the design, which was approved by the Queen beforehand. When a person marries into the royal family, the crown on their animal is drawn on their neck, while those

  • Prince Frederik and Princess Mary of Denmark's sweetest moments: video

    The Danish royal family has had plenty of reason to celebrate this month! Not only has their future king, Crown Prince Frederik, just turned 50, but Frederik and his wife Crown Princess Mary also recently marked their fourteenth wedding anniversary in mid-May. The royals tied the knot in 2004 in Copenhagen, with Australia-born Mary uprooting her life Down Under to make the official move to Denmark to be with her prince. The couple went on to welcome two sons and two daughters: future heir Prince Christian, Princess Isabella and twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine. Watch our video below

  • Where Kate Middleton, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are spending their half-term break

    School's out! Prince George and Princess Charlotte are on their half-term break, which means no classes to attend and a lot of playtime at home. The young royals will be bonding with their new baby brother Prince Louis, who is one month old, and spending time with their parents Prince William and Kate. It's thought that Kate is making the most of her children's week off school and has taken them to their country home in Norfolk – Anmer Hall. Over the weekend, she was spotted at Houghton Horse Trials with George and Charlotte. The equestrian event is held in

  • Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding was third most watched - guess who topped the list!

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stunned royal fans across the globe when they exchanged vows in a beautiful ceremony at Windsor Castle last week. It has since been revealed that a combined audience of 11.5 million people tuned into to watch the magical moment on 19 May. However, the ratings were a third lower than those who tuned in to watch the marriage of Harry's brother, Prince William and Kate Middleton. Approximately 17.6 million tuned in for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal wedding in 2011. Millions tuned in to watch Prince Harry and Meghan's royal wedding Surprisingly, the Duke

  • Will Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle attend Wimbledon together?

    The Duchess of Cambridge is technically on maternity leave until the autumn, but there is one summer event in London that she rarely misses – Wimbledon! Kate is a massive tennis fan and as patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, she has even more reason to attend the south west London tennis tournament. Prince William's wife was a regular on the Wimbledon circuit long before she joined the royal family. The Duchess has previously revealed that she and the Middletons would queue up every year to watch the tennis. Nowadays, Kate and William are often guests

  • Prince Harry's cousin shows how charity runs in the family

    Prince Harry's cousin Ben Elliot, 42, showed big-hearted charitable gestures run in the family when he hosted a celebrity poker night to raise money for Grenfell tower victims. The philanthropist and businessman raised more than £135,000 at the Quintessentially Foundation event, sponsored by partypoker, at The Ned in London attended by 250 guests including Lady Alice Manners, Otis Ferry, Spiderman Tom Holland, rapper Stormzy, Boxer Carl Froch and celebrity chef Melissa Hemsley. Guests were treated to a lavish champagne reception accompanied by canapés of lobster, tiger prawns, rump of lamb and truffled mac and cheese before being tempted with prizes such

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are going to the Netherlands – find out why

    Prince Harry will reportedly visit the Netherlands this summer and will most likely be joined by his new wife, Meghan Markle. The Duke of Sussex will travel at the end of July for his work as founder and patron of the Invictus Games; the sporting tournament for wounded servicemen and women is slated to take place in The Hague and Rotterdam in 2020. Ahead of the Games, local news outlet Nederlandse Omroep Stichting has reported that Harry will visit the Netherlands. It's unknown whether Meghan will make the trip, but it's likely that she will to show her support for

  • The nine most eligible bachelors now Prince Harry is officially off the market: video

    Now that Prince Harry is officially off the market, having tied the knot to former actress Meghan Markle last week, we've decided to see which royal bachelors are yet to find their soulmates. Hailing from the UK to all the way to Brunei, there are plenty of eligible bachelors in the world to daydream about. One of the most handsome princes is Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece and Denmark - who happens to be the 19-year-old godson of Prince William. The British royal who was just 16 when he attended the christening of his godson in London. Other top picks

  • Royals going shopping: All of the best pictures of royalty hitting the stores

    Like regular folks, members of the royal family enjoy shopping for food and

  • All the seriously stunning tiaras spotted at Crown Prince Frederik's 50th birthday party

    There were some seriously stunning royal tiaras spotted at Crown Prince Frederik's 50th birthday dinner held at Christiansborg Palace in

  • Monaco's royal bride-to-be Marie Chevallier shows off her engagement ring – see the photo

    Although Princess Stephanie of Monaco announced her son Louis Ducruet’s engagement to Marie Chevallier in February, we hadn’t yet had the chance to publicly see the ring that Grace Kelly's 25-year-old grandson gave his fiancée when he popped the question. Marie showed off her new diamond accessory over the weekend at the Amber Lounge U*NITE 2018 'Race Against Dementia' fundraiser, where Louis stepped out with his future bride and fellow royals Prince Albert, Pauline Ducruet and Princess Alexandra of Hanover.CLICK PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERYPrincess Stephanie's son Louis Ducruet and his royal bride-to-be Marie Chevallier attended the Monte-Carlo