Prince William has spoken out about England bowing out of the World Cup after losing to Croatia, saying that he "couldn't be more proud" of the team's efforts in the tournament. The royal, who is the president of the Football Association, tweeted: "I know how disappointed @England must feel right now but I couldn't be more proud of this team and you should hold your heads high. You've had an incredible World Cup, made history, and gave us fans something to believe in. We know there is more to come from this @England team." Loading the player...
In today's Daily Edit we join The Countess of Wessex at Centre Court as she watched Roger Federer lose to South African Kevin Anderson. We hear what Prince William had to say about England's defeat in the World Cup and how Holly Willoughby's son was reduced to tears after Croatia beat England 2-1 last night ... All this and more in HELLO!'s daily update - available every day from 5pm. Join us each day to make sure you're up to date with all the news about your favourite celebrities and royals. Scroll down for video WATCH VIDEO BELOW Loading the player...
Uh oh! Looks like Prince George got a little over excited. A new video has revealed that the four-year-old royal received a mini ticking off from his nanny, Maria Borrallo, while watching the flypast during the RAF service at Buckingham Palace earlier this week. While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge waved to the crowd from the balcony, George and Charlotte were allowed to watch from a side window while accompanied by their nanny, but it appeared that the future King's exuberance overflowed and after a couple of words from his nanny, he was removed from the window while
Prince Charles is a proud grandfather-of-three, and by the sounds of it, he has his hands full! The future King hinted that they can be rather cheeky during a visit to Kew Gardens on Thursday, as he got chatting about life at his Highgrove home. Charles was presented an oriental beech sapling for his beech tree collection, but joked that it would need protecting from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's two oldest children, Prince George and Princes Charlotte. "I mustn’t let my grandchildren get hold of this," he said. Charles is also granddad to baby Prince Louis - who
Duchesses Kate and Meghan to unite at Wimbledon ladies' finals – and cheer on friend Serena Williams
The Wimbledon ladies’ finals are set to have a double dose of royal glamour this weekend, as the Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex are confirmed to be attending the match together on Saturday afternoon. Kate and Meghan will take to the royal box to watch the game, and it is sure to be a memorable experience for Meghan in particular, as she’ll watch her close friend Serena Williams compete against Angelique Kerber for the chance to win a record-breaking 24th grand slam title. The Duchess of Cambridge is Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club
The Duke of Sussex has teamed up with Sir Elton John to launch a new global coalition focused on treating HIV infections in men, it was announced on Thursday. Prince Harry, who has followed in his late mother Diana, Princess of Wales' footsteps as a prominent supporter of HIV/ AIDS charities, will join the musician at the International Aids Conference in Amsterdam later this month to launch the initiative with the International AIDS Society. It is not the first time Harry and Elton have worked together to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS. Sir Elton, who founded The Elton John AIDS Foundation in 1992,