• Why Royal Ascot is the perfect way for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to mark their first month of marriage

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex tied the knot in a fairytale wedding on 19 May, and exactly one month on, another royal family affair is taking place in Ascot. The annual racing event begins on 19 June, and it is expected that the Queen, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and the Countess of Wessex will be among those in attendance. Having gone to the opening day in recent times himself, Prince Harry is now choosing to mark his one month anniversary with Meghan there – making her debut at Royal Ascot even more memorable. Harry has previously travelled in a carriage

  • Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson to sit together at Princess Eugenie's wedding?

    Princess Eugenie is the next member of the royal family to get married, and we can't wait! The youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson will be tying the knot with fiancé Jack Brooksbank on 12 October, and all key members of the royal family are expected to be in attendance to celebrate their special day. One thing that is on many people's minds too, however, is whether or not Andrew and Sarah will sit together at the ceremony after Andrew walks his daughter down the aisle. Although they are no longer married, Andrew and Sarah have remained close

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's next official visit announced - are they visiting your city?

    The new Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be visiting Dublin, Ireland on their next official royal outing, Kensington Palace have confirmed! The newlyweds will be travelling to the city on 10 July, where they will enjoy an overnight stay before leaving on the next day. Kensington Palace tweeted: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Dublin, Ireland on 10th & 11th July. The visit is at the request of Her Majesty’s Government. They are looking forward to learning more about Ireland's history and experiencing its rich culture, as well as meeting the people who are shaping the

  • Three royal couples are celebrating their wedding anniversary today - find out who!

    It's been 19 years since Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex exchanged vows at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. The royal couple, who have since welcomed two children together, are not the only royal who are celebrating their wedding anniversaries, since the pair share the same wedding date with Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel as well as Victoria's parents, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden. Here at HELLO!, we take a look back at each royal romance. Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex The Queen's son and public relations consultant Sophie Rhys-Jones, now known as Countess

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make glamorous debut at Ascot – all the best photos

  • The best moments of Prince William, Kate Middleton and other royals at Ascot – video

    It's that time of the year again when the Queen is joined by her family at Royal Ascot. A highlight in the royal calendar, Her Majesty is usually accompanied at the horseracing event by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, her grandchildren Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie and her daughter Princess Anne, among other royals. Prince William and Kate made their spectacular joint debut in 2016, while this year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expected to attend for the first time as the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Watch our video below to relive the highlights… MORE:

  • Daily edit: Meghan Markle's Ascot debut and more – video

    In today's Daily Edit we take a look at the Duchess of Sussex's Royal Ascot debut. We also reminisce about the three royal weddings that took place on this day in recent history.... And we speculate on Sarah Ferguson's role in her daughter, Princess Eugenie's wedding .... All this and more in HELLO!'s daily update - available every day from 5pm. Loading the player... var track = function (evt_name) { dataLayer.push({

  • Why Meghan didn't wear her name tag at Ascot - even though Kate always does

    Although the Duchess of Cambridge is perhaps one of the most famous women in the world, Kate will always don a name badge while enjoying the Royal Ascot. However, royal fans were surprised to see that Meghan Markle wasn't wearing a name tag while attended the prestigious equestrian event for the first time on Tuesday. Some eagle-eyed fans were quick to point out that the new Duchess of Sussex was indeed given a badge, as she was spotted holding it next to her clutch bag – so why didn't she put it on? Loading the player...

  • Tearful Queen Máxima of the Netherlands makes rare statement about sister's death

    Queen Máxima of the Netherlands tearfully paid tribute to her younger sister Ines, who died two weeks ago, as she returned to royal duties on Tuesday. The Dutch queen gave a rare statement during her visit to the UMC Groningen Proton Therapy Center, which was her first official appearance since her sister's death. "I'm so pleased to be back at work at this centre, which helps so many people suffering from cancer," said Máxima. "People who are ill, but who haven't lost hope to recover. My sweet and talented younger sister Ines was also ill. She was unable to find

  • See how the Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary!

    Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex made sure they celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary in style! The couple were among the guests who joined the Queen and other senior members of the British royal family at Royal Ascot on Tuesday afternoon. Taking part in a horse-drawn carriage procession, the pair greeted crowds alongside newlyweds, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have also marked one month of their marriage. Loading the player... var track = function (evt_name) { dataLayer.push({

  • Zara and Mike Tindall's baby has already broken a royal record

    Zara and Mike Tindall's baby might have been born on Monday, but the tiny royal has already broken a royal record! The newborn baby girl, who is Princess Anne's fourth grandchild and the Queen's seventh great-grandchild, is believed to be the heaviest royal baby born in recent years, with Buckingham Palace confirming that she weighed 9lbs 3oz. The record was previously held by Peter and Autumn Phillips' eldest daughter, Savannah, who weighed 8lbs 8oz when she was born in 2010. Zara and Mike's daughter weighed 9lb 3oz Savannah was followed closely by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third child and

  • VIDEO: All the times Prince William was the best dad

    Prince William and Kate have made no secret of wanting to give their children a normal childhood, and tend to keep Prince George, Princess Charlotte and baby Prince Louis out of the spotlight. But on the few occasions that members of the public catch a glimpse of the young Cambridges with their parents, it's clear to see that William shares a very special bond with each of his children. See our favourite dad moments in the video below, from the Duke playing with his kids on a royal tour, to their snow-filled ski holiday… MORE: William's cutest dad moments in

  • Royal Ascot: Queen Elizabeth, Prince Harry's day at the 2015 races

    Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have been getting plenty of quality time with their grandchildren over the past few days. Prince William spent his Monday with them at a celebration for the Magna Carta while Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice, Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall had a fun Tuesday with their grandparents at the opening of Royal Ascot. CLICK ON PICTURES FOR FULL GALLERY The Queen was all smiles at the royal outing Photo: Getty Images Greeted with huge cheers, the Queen was joined by Harry, Philip and Harry's uncle, Prince Andrew, in the horse-drawn carriage, as the royal procession made its way

  • Royal Ascot 2016: Queen Elizabeth continues with a vibrant hue and more

    The royals descended on to the racetrack for the 2016 Royal

  • Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel's royal romance in photos

    Prince Daniel and Crown Victoria´s most adorable

  • Royal Ascot: The British royal family at the 2017 races – PHOTOS

    Kate Middleton, Queen Elizabeth and more of your favorite members of British royalty gather for the

  • Queen Elizabeth leads the British royal family at the Order of the Garter ceremony in Windsor

    See the photo highlights as the British royal family take part in the 700-year-old Order of the Garter ceremony at Windsor

  • What is the dress code at Royal Ascot? Find out the fascinating style rules with our 60-second cheat sheet

    Attended by the British royal family each June, and with nearly $10million in prize money up for grabs by some of the world's finest racehorses, Royal Ascot is not only synonymous with elegance, it also has one of the most strict dress codes of any event on the social calendar. In the Royal Enclosure, where admission starts at £1,200 (around $1,600), ankle-exposing trousers and Bardot tops are banned, and modest necklines and full hats – or a fascinator with a solid base of at least four inches – are required. The rules are evolving, though! In 2017, jumpsuits were

  • The British royal family at Ascot: Watch all of their best-ever moments – video

    The month of June is an exciting one for royal watchers, with Queen Elizabeth hosting garden parties at Buckingham Palace, the British royal family in their historic regalia for the Windsor Castle Order of the Garter ceremony and last but certainly not least, the always spectacular turnout – and fashion moments! – at Royal Ascot. From the Queen and Princess Diana to Kate Middleton and, in 2018, newly-minted royal Meghan Markle, the royal guest list (and Ascot's famously strict dress code!) has always made the horse racing extravaganza a major event to watch. To see your favourite members of