• Mike Tindall reveals how daughter Mia has adjusted to being a big sister

    New dad Mike Tindall has revealed that his daughter Mia is loving being a big sister to baby Lena - something that has been helped by the fact that their friends and well wishers have been showering her with gifts. The former rugby player opened up about how his two-week-old daughter is settling into the family as he promoted the Val d'Istance Challenge, a charity ski event which will take place next March in Val d’Isere and will be in aid of three important charities to the former rugby player: the Matt Hampson Foundation, Wings for Life and The Cure

  • Prince William sends personal Twitter message following England's World Cup win

    It's a night that will go down in football history for England fans, so much so that Prince William even posted a rare Twitter message following the nation's win against Colombia during the World Cup. Using the official Kensington Palace Twitter account, the 36-year-old royal revealed his pride as he wished England the best of luck for the next round. He wrote: "I couldn’t be prouder of @england - a victory in a penalty shootout! You have well and truly earned your place in the final eight of the #worldcup and you should know the whole country is right

  • Andre Agassi just confirmed what we secretly already knew about Kate Middleton

    Andre Agassi has confirmed what all fans thought – and secretly already knew – about the Duchess of Cambridge. The former World No. 1 tennis champion has opened up about meeting Kate, who is a big supporter of his, at the Wimbledon semi-finals in 2012. The Duchess and Prince William were seated alongside Andre and his wife Steffi Graf in the Royal Box, and the two couples were pictured greeting and chatting to each other. "She was a complete doll," Andre told HELLO! at Wimbledon this week. "I really thought she was incredibly pleasant. She was lovely. We didn't chat a whole lot but she was

  • The Duchess of Cornwall reveals the one food royals should never eat

    The Duchess of Cornwall opened up about her and her husband Prince Charles' food habits during a special episode of MasterChef Australia, and revealed the one food that royals should never eat - garlic! When asked what royals would rather avoid, Camilla said: "I hate to say this, but garlic. Garlic is a no-no." When the host asked her if it was because they spend so much time chatting to people, she agreed, saying: "Exactly. It's always so - you just have to lay off the garlic." Camilla spoke about Charles' favourite foods Camilla added that Prince Charles was a huge fan of

  • Why Prince Harry missed England's big World Cup game

    The Duke of Sussex was forced to miss England's momentous World Cup match to celebrate the achievements of a friend who completed an epic fundraising bike ride on Tuesday. Prince Harry, 33, joined other guests at the Wheels Down Ball to mark Dean Stott's gruelling 13,670-mile cycle trip from the tip of South America to the most northerly part of North America. The glamourous event fell on the same night as England progressed past Colombia in the knock-out stages of the World Cup, which are being held in Russia. Prince Harry missed England's World Cup game against Colombia on Tuesday Harry,

  • Mike Tindall reveals how royal family reacted to his new nose

    Mike Tindall has opened up about the royal family's reaction to his nose being straightened after it was broken several times during his career as a rugby player. Chatting to HELLO! while promoting the Val d'Istance Challenge, a charity ski event which will take place next March in Val d’Isere, the former England captain admitted that he had to undergo the procedure, explaining: "I was getting a lot of headaches and my sinuses were fully shut so he had to drill me some new ones so it needed to be done." He revealed that not even the royal family

  • Royals are the latest stars in stripes

    Check out the motif that's currently reigning in the royals' wardrobes: