• ALL the photos: How Savannah Phillips stole the show - and made Prince George and Princess Charlotte laugh

  • Prince Harry's discreet instructions meant Meghan Markle's curtsey to the Queen was perfect

    The Duchess of Sussex made a glamorous debut at the Trooping the Colour on Saturday as she joined the rest of the royal family at the annual event. And with Prince Harry by her side, Meghan knew just what to do, right down to giving the perfect curtsy to the Queen. The doting husband gave discreet instructions to Meghan while they were on the balcony, who can be seen asking him "say when" with regards to curtsying, to which he replied "now", ensuring that Meghan was in perfect timing with the rest of the family. Prince Harry made sure Meghan

  • Trooping the Colour: Prince Harry's calming words to 'nervous' Meghan Markle revealed by lipreader

    Prince Harry calmed his new bride Meghan Markle by talking her through every moment of Trooping the Colour on Saturday, 9 June, and making sure she knew exactly what to do. According to a lipreader, the American former-actress admitted to her handsome husband that she was "nervous" while standing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, but Harry knew just what to say to put her at ease. Harry explains all aspects of the day to his new wife Meghan Despite looking perfectly poised and elegant as she waved at fans gathered on the Mall, a lip reader told the Mirror that

  • VIDEO: Kate Middleton's amazing mum reflexes save the day yet again

    The Duchess of Cambridge has her hands full these days as a busy mum of three, and her impressive parenting skills were on full display yesterday when she managed to calm a tearful Princess Charlotte on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, who fell and bumped her head on the balcony railing during Trooping the Colour. The sweet little royal, 3, was playing around with her cousin, Savannah Phillips, when she lost her footing and took a tumble. But as you can see in the video below, Kate's lighting-sharp reflexes burst into action, and she scooped up her little girl, and comforted

  • Sarah Ferguson has the nicest thing to say about Prince Andrew

    Sarah, Duchess of York was beaming with pride on Saturday when her daughters Princess Beatrice and Eugenie stepped out with the rest of the royal family to take part in the annual Trooping the Colour celebrations. But it wasn’t just her children that she was proud of, but he ex-husband Prince Andrew too, who was taking part for the first time as Colonel in Chief of the Grenadier Guards. Taking to Instagram to pay tribute to Andrew, Sarah shared a photo of him in action, writing besides it: " Very proud of @hrhthedukeofyork Colonel of the Grenadier Guards #troopingthecolour

  • The Queen looked tired at Trooping the Colour because she barely slept the night before – here's why

    On Saturday, the Queen – as ever – delighted crowds on Saturday as she stepped out for Trooping the Colour to celebrate her 92nd birthday. Looking lovely in a sky blue coat and dress by Stuart Parvin and a hat by Angela Kelly, the royal was in great spirits, if not a little on the tired side due to a lack of sleep the following evening. Her Majesty's Racing Manager John Warren told Racing Post that the Queen had stayed up late to watch her horse race in the Belmont Gold Cup in the United States. The tiredness was certainly worth

  • Lord Guthrie, 79, in hospital after falling from horse at Trooping the Colour

    During Saturday's Trooping the Colour, Field Marshall Lord Guthrie, 79, was rushed to hospital after collapsing and falling from his horse just outside Buckingham Palace. Immediately after the fall, pictures show how officers rushed to his aid, while another led his horse away, and he was later taken to hospital. An army spokesperson said that the former head of the armed forces received "prompt" medical attention and is being looked after in hospital. An Army spokesman said: "Field Marshal The Lord Guthrie, Colonel The Life Guards, fell from his horse during the parade. He received prompt medical attention and

  • Kate Middleton dotes on George and Charlotte – who are reunited with cousin Savannah Phillips - during charity polo match

    The Duchess of Cambridge had a lovely day out with her oldest two children on Sunday when she took Prince George and Princess Charlotte to the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire to support Prince William, who was participating in the game. Photos show Kate wrapping her arm around George, who is dressed in a navy polo shirt and a pair of beige shorts. Kate, meanwhile, looks stylish in a light blue summer dress with a flared skirt, from one of her favourite high street shops, Zara. The doting mum was there to keep an

  • All the photos of Kate Middleton's fun day out at the polo with Prince George and Princess Charlotte