• You'll never guess where Prince William watched the World Cup game: see the photos

    Prince William began his five-day tour of the Middle East on Sunday, and had a busy first day as he touched down in Jordan. He was no doubt sorry to be missing England's World Cup clash with Panama, however – as a loyal fan of the sport and president of the Football Association – but clearly he'd had things planned out all along, since he sat down with Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan to watch a repeat of the match on Sunday evening! Image: Instagram @KensingtonRoyal Kensington Palace took to their social media platforms to share some photos from inside

  • Prince William recreates the Duchess of Cambridge's childhood snap in Jordan

    Prince William has recreated his wife Kate's childhood photo in a sweet moment during his visit to Jordan. The father-of-three was touring the Roman ruins at Jerash when he came across the same rock that the Duchess of Cambridge played on when she lived in Jordan as a child. The iconic spot was marked with a large picture of Kate with her dad, Michael Middleton and sister, Pippa – which was released by her family ahead of her marriage to William back in 2011. William climbed onto the rocks himself to be photographed in the same spot before joking:

  • The signs that suggest Princess Beatrice will be Princess Eugenie's maid of honour

    It's the second royal wedding of the year, and the preparations are well and truly underway. And while everyone wants to know what Princess Eugenie will wear on her big day, there has also been lots of speculation over who she will pick to be her bridesmaids - and more importantly, her maid of honour. It's highly likely that role of head bridesmaid will go to the royal's older sister, Princess Beatrice, since there's no denying that the pair are extremely close. The move would not be a surprising one since the then Kate Middleton picked her younger sister, Pippa

  • Princess Diana's life story is being turned into a musical – all the details

    Move over Hamilton! A new musical about Diana, Princess of Wales is in production, with auditions taking place and the rehearsal process due to start shortly. The piece of theatre, aptly titled Diana, will premiere at La Jolla Playhouse in California next February. Read on for everything you need to know about the new musical… What is the Diana musical about? Diana is set in 1981, the year that the late royal married Prince Charles. The majority of the musical will focus on Diana in her twenties, and explore her relationship with Prince Charles, his affair with Camilla Parker-Bowles and Diana's

  • Why Zara and Mike Tindall haven't revealed baby daughter's name

    It has been a week since Zara and Mike Tindall welcomed their second baby daughter, and the pair have yet to reveal their newborn's name just yet – but why? The happy couple announced the news that they had welcomed their daughter on Tuesday in a statement from Buckingham Palace, which read: "Mrs Michael Tindall was safely delivered of a baby girl on 18th June, at Stroud Maternity Unit. Mr Tindall was present at the birth. The weight of the baby was 9lbs 3oz. The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Princess Royal, Captain Mark Phillips and Mike's parents,

  • Why Kate Middleton once sent Andy Murray a handwritten apology

    The Duchess of Cambridge was forced to apologise to one of her favourite tennis players, Andy Murray, back in 2013. Kate is a regular fixture at Wimbledon and often has the best seats in the house, but when she was heavily pregnant with Prince George five years ago, she was forced to skip the men's singles finale. Under strict doctor's orders, the Duchess was told she could "definitely not" attend. "I was very heavily pregnant with George so I wasn't able to turn up," Kate has previously revealed in BBC documentary, Sue Barker: Our Wimbledon. She added: "I wrote to

  • Watch the sweet moment Princess Charlotte waves off Prince Charles in his helicopter

    Prince William and Kate's adorable little girl Princess Charlotte was spotted saying a sweet goodbye to her grandfather Prince Charles after his visit to Kensington Palace. A video posted on Twitter by journalist Elad Simchayoff shows Charlotte waving enthusiastically to her granddad and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall as the couple prepared to board their private jet. Charlotte can be seen in the background behind the helicopter, wearing a pink dress and waving from the gates of her home. Scroll down for the video! The young Princess lives at Apartment 1A of Kensington Palace with her parents William and

  • New details of Prince Louis' christening revealed – and it's a change from Prince George and Princess Charlotte's

    Prince Louis is set to get christened next month at the same chapel as his older brother Prince George, but new details released on Monday have revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have broken tradition with their third child when it comes to timings. Unlike George and Princess Charlotte, who got baptised in the morning, Louis' christening will take place at 16:00 on 9 July. The statement released by Kensington Palace read: "The service will begin at 4pm and will last approximately 40 minutes." Louis will be baptised when he is 11 weeks old, and it will

  • Royal Ascot 2018: All the best photos – Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and more

    Royal Ascot 2018 kicked off exactly one month after the May 19 Royal Wedding – so its only fitting that newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should make their debut! The royal couple joined Queen Elizabeth II on the first afternoon of the five-day horse racing extravaganza, one of the most exclusive, and stylish, events on the summer social calendar. And while Kate Middleton didn't appear at Ascot until five years after her wedding to Prince William, the Duchess of Sussex jumped right into the action to join Prince Harry to present the trophy to the winner of the