• The Queen and Sarah Ferguson laugh and joke together at Royal Ascot: see the pictures

    Sarah Ferguson was invited to join the royal family at Ascot on Friday - and though she wasn't included in the traditional carriage procession to mark the beginning of proceedings, she was granted the privilege of watching the racing from the prestigious royal box. The former wife of Prince Andrew even shared a joke with the Queen alongside her daughter Princess Beatrice and Lady Carolyn Warren, showing she still shares a close bond with the monarch.  The Queen had clearly said something very funny! Her invitation to the royal box appeared to signal that Sarah, who was once caught in a

  • Who will Prince William and Kate Middleton choose as godparents for Prince Louis? See the latest odds

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their third royal baby, Prince Louis, in April - and with the two-month-old's christening confirmed for 9 July, attention has turned to who the royal couple will choose to act as godparents to little Louis. It looks like Miguel Head, Prince William's soon-to-be former private secretary, is the predicted favourite to be godfather to the new Prince - since Ladbrokes have slashed his odds from 2/1 to 5/4 in recent weeks.  Miguel Head is favourite to be named godfather of Prince Louis Just behind in the betting is Tiggy Pettifier - formerly Tiggy Legge-Bourke - Prince Harry

  • Princess Eugenie's emotional tribute to late friend James Wentworth-Stanley

    Princess Eugenie took to Instagram on Saturday to pay tribute to Clare Milford Haven, the mother of her late friend James Wentworth-Stanley. Clare, who heads up a foundation in memory of James - who tragically took his own life at the age of 21 in 2006 - recently launched James' Place, the UK’s first non-clinical centre for men in suicidal crisis. Prince William officially opened the centre in Liverpool on Tuesday. "What an amazing achievement for this incredibly inspiring woman Clare," wrote Eugenie on her social media page.  Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and their mother Sarah Ferguson at James' funeral